Meet Hobbs! Hobbs is a gentle, loving guy who wants ALL of your attention. We believe Hobbs is an American Bulldog mix, and we know that at 102 lbs, he’s large! Hobbs is very true to his breed... loyal, affectionate, and strong, but don’t let his size intimidate you. When his big, block-headed, squashy face, breaks into a bulldog grin, he’s simply irresistible. And when this charming guy leans into you asking to have his belly rubbed, his butt scratched, or better yet, when he wants to sit in your lap, you’ll be hooked. Hobbs is completely house trained, crate trained and he has impeccable manners—he knows all his basic commands and does very well on-leash (well, that’s good!), and he is calm—so he is great in the house. Hobbs does really does love his people, but his size isn’t good for small kids, but children 13+ would be great. Bulldogs need a strong, confident leader who will give them structure, exercise and lots of love, and Hobbs is no exception. Hobbs loves long walks “on the beach” or anywhere else you chose. And remember, he has great leash skills; he can probably run longer than you if you are jogging. Don’t you need a jogging partner? If you are looking for a companion who is loving, affectionate, gentle and great company, and you meet all the requirements: strong leader, experience with large breeds, no other animals or young children...you won’t find a more perfect guy...Hobbs can be both your best buddy and your confidant. Why are you waiting?
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