My name is Stitch McDrool!

American Bulldog Dog for adoption in Salt Lake City, Utah - Stitch McDrool
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Facts about Stitch McDrool

  • Breed: American Bulldog
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10414151
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Hiya, everyone!  I’m Stitch McDrool.  I am a 4 ½ year old male bully blend.  I’m a great dog that is looking for a home to keep me comfortable and happy.  I am a big boy weighing in at about 75lbs and I do need everyone to know that I have hip dysplasia.  I’m a pretty normal guy day-to-day but I do have bad days that may move a bit slower sometimes.  I don’t have bad days often, maybe a couple a month. On an average day, I enjoy going on short walks.  I do well on my special leash and I get very excited when my foster moms gets it out.  Because of my hip dyplasia, I will not be a good running buddy or a hiking partner.  I do well with children just as long as they don’t hop on me and be respectful to me.  I love taking naps and being lazy, chewing on bones and playing in the water on a warm day.  Most of all, though, I’m a couch potato.  I have done okay with most other dogs but I really have expressed no interest in them playing around with them.  I much prefer to hang out with my humans.  For that reason, I’d love to be the only dog so I can have my humans all to myself but if I do have another dog sibling, I’d like for them to be as laid back as I am.  As I continue to get older, I may need medication on bad days along with some vet visits over time so please take that into consideration.  I slober too so if that’s a dealbreaker for you, I may not be your guy.    My perfect day would include a walk or two, laying around on a comfy bed and getting lots of attention and belly rubs from my person.  If I sound like the guy for you, apply for my adoption at ! Love, Stitch.

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