This is one good-looking boy, named T-Bone. From the photos he appears black, but he is really a darkish brindle and quite handsome in person (pictures don't do him justice!).
He is crated trained and gets along with all dogs, including a 12 lb Pekenese. He also does well with children and is non-reactive to cats. T-Bone is a lady’s man and follows me everywhere. He is young and energetic, so he may not be best suited for tiny children or apartment living, unless it's with an avid walker or jogger. A fenced yard and exercise or play mate would be ideal for this guy.
T-Bone was found hiding behind a large clay pot in front of a community vegetable garden and what a find this guy is. He's quiet, sweet and just an all-around good boy.
Age: 2 y/o
Weight: 50 lbs
Temperament: Gets along with kids and dogs of all sizes; non-reactive to cats
Vetting: Neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm negative
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