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; Braxton gets along well with all female dogs and most males. He would prefer not to live with young alpha male dogs and is looking for a home without strangers dropping in unannounced as he likes to protect his home and family and he can't tell the difference between a pool boy and a robber unless they have been properly introduced as a welcomed friend. He is a great guy who has been through alot and would love a home of his own and a family to play and cuddle with.
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