I am a loving, outgoing, affectionate, enthusiastic boy! Despite my previous experience, I love to spend time with people!
In January 2013 , I was found on a doorstep extremely malnourished. For the next several days, I was treated for malnutrition, dehydration and organ failure. They weren’t sure if I would even make it through. With the kindness of the folks at Humane Society and All Breed Rescue & Training, I have made an amazing recovery.
BREED: American Staffordshire Terrier mix
GENDER: Neutered Male
BIRTHDATE: January 2009
WEIGHT: 54 poundsâ
I am crate trained. I am a very smart boy and I love to work, with my focus and determination I would be a great training companion! Due to my previous health condition, I do have some specific dietary needs that the staff at ABRT would be happy to discuss in detail.
I am good with some other dogs. I love to play and can be rambunctious and and a bit rude at times. No cats.
I get very excited and would probably do best with children 10 and up.
balls, balls, balls, balls, balls! Did I mention I love balls? I am a big fan of the flirt pole. Oh, and I love stuffed and squeaky toys. I just love to play, really!
I would love a space to run, jump, and play. I would love to be your constant companion!
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