Bruiser is an awesome, handsome boy who is 10 years old. Bruiser lived with 2 canine siblings until his owner passed away. He is happy, lovable, playful, loves to play fetch, go on walks and he is housebroken. Bruiser walks well on a leash, learns commands quickly and is great with his foster's 2 little dogs (5 pounds and 14 pounds.)
His foster mom says 'Bruiser has the run of the house when we are home and is not destructive. Since he is currently not used to a crate he is confined to a large area when alone but does goes into is crate voluntarily to play on occasion.' Bruiser has some arthritis in his hind legs, which is only evident when he climbs a flight of steps. He enjoys long walks and plays just like other dogs. Bruiser adores the neighborhood teenagers but has not been around small children.
Bruiser is not a barker, not hyper, not a beggar at the table. He is calm, loves sitting on the sofa and snuggling and is an all-around great dog. Some family will be really lucky to adopt Bruiser
For more information on Bruiser please contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bruiser's adoption fees have been generously paid for by FoBCAS volunteer Cindy K., through the 'Save a Senior' adoption program.
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