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My name is Nina!

Bullmastiff Dog for adoption in North Port, Florida - Nina
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American Bullmastiff Association Rescue Service - North Port, FL

Facts about Nina

  • Breed: Bullmastiff
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Nina is a small brindle bullmastiff who was rescued from a shelter in S. FL. We are not sure why her tail is docked, but she has quite a wiggle when she's happy! She is sensitive, and needs time to warm up and settle in to new surroundings. Once she is comfortable and secure, she is a lovebug who is quite a character! Nina walks nicely on a leash and has good house manners. She is crate trained and non-destructive. Nina is heartworm negative, spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. She does believe that cats are made to be chased, so no cats please. Nina has learned to live happily with her foster's large male dog and with a slow, careful introduction, could be placed with a calm male dog. We guess Nina's age to be about three and her adoption fee is $300. For more information about Nina, please complete the online adoption application at www.bullmastiff.us/rescue.

About American Bullmastiff Association Rescue Service - North Port, FL

About Our Rescue Group...

The American Bullmastiff Association Rescue Service's (ABARS) mission is to find homes for unwanted Bullmastiffs that come from shelters or are owner surrenders from people whose lifestyle or financial situation has changed. Occasionally ABARS will get Bullmastiffs that have been abandoned at a local veterinarian's or from a good citizen that has found the dog and exhausted all means to locate the dog's owner. ABARS is not a placement service for our members' unwanted or returned dogs. We do accept owner surrenders from people who have purchased their dogs at pet shops or backyard breeders, but most of the dogs we place are of unknown origin and unknown age. ABARS will not rehome a Bullmastiff that has any history of aggression to adults or children. ABARS cannot accept for placement dogs that are Bullmastiffs mixes - we only take dogs that are known to be Bullmastiffs or can be represented as such. The Bullmastiffs are neutered or spayed before they are adopted and receive all the vet care they need so they can be represented as being in good health.

Our Adoption Process...

Find all information at www.bullmastiff.us/rescue.