Finn is an American Bulldog/shepherd mix with one brown eye and one blue eye. He weighs about 60 lbs. Finn loves being around people. His favorite things are to cuddle, give kisses, and peanut butter filled kong balls. He doesn’t dig and rarely barks, when he does it’s for good reason. He is potty trained and knows the command “sit.” Finn gets overwhelmed easily while on walks around other dogs.. He gets over stimulated and whines, pulling toward the dog (he is very strong) He would greatly benefit from training to help with this. Finn is currently living with another dog in his foster home and they get along well. They like to wrestle. Finn likes being an inside dog and going outside to potty, then back inside. No cats for Finn.
FINN ACR13052 is a male Shepherd American Bulldog mix,
with one blue eye and one brown eye.
He is white and tan, weighing about 55 lbs,
and is 2-3 years old.
This friendly dog loves being with people, and getting petted.
Finn is fair on a leash, with some pulling.
He is interested in other dogs and what's going on around him.
From Finn's foster: Finn is an approx. 2 year old Shepherd/ American Bulldog mix. He is about 55 lbs, neutered and up to date on shots. This friendly boy loves being around people. Finn knows how to 'sit' and is used to being crated at night and while I'm at work. Finn gets along well with my dog, but not cats. His favorite things are cuddling and laying on his dog bed. Finn enjoys going on walks early in the morning before it gets too busy. He does need practice walking on a leash around other dogs (he shows too much interest and is strong when he pulls). He doesn't require a lot of exercise to be calm and well behaved in the house.
If you'd like to set up meet & greet with this handsome boy please contact Lucy Parks at 530-852-1515
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