I'm young but very laid back for my age, very friendly and a little goofy.
BREED: American Staffordshire Terrier
COLOR: Gray brindle
GENDER: Neutered male
BIRTHDATE: Nov 2015
WEIGHT: 60 pounds
I was abandoned at a local vet clinic with parvo when I was 6 months old. There were a number of employees at the hospital that would have loved to have taken me home but they all had too many pets already. My foster mom says that I learn quickly and have a special aptitude for tracking and nose work. I ride well in the car, either in a crate or loose, and love to go places where I can hike or swim.
I love playing with other dogs but I do play hard. Guarding my food bowl has recently become a problem for me but ABRT will be helping me with that problem. I was around cats as a very young dog but haven't been around any recently.
Love, love children especially over the age of 5.
Wubba is my favorite toy. I especially like Water Wubba because I can swim after it.
I would be great with an active family and a back yard. I would, also, enjoy an active individual that would have time to get me into some fun dog activities, My new mom/dad needs to have a strong personality that can set and maintain boundaries for me. I would not enjoy a home where I was left by myself all day with no interaction with other pets or humans. Boredom is not a good look for me or your home.
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