BRUNO THE PITTBULL NEEDS A PERMANENT HOME! In Foster until forever family steps up. Here's a Bruno was surrendered by a family with his siblings to a kill shelter. When he arrived he was depressed and moping around. The shelter guessed he was about 5years old. However, since being fostered, Bruno is smiling and wiggling and wagging his tail happily everyday! He was professionally bathed and assessed by a very reputable vet at which time we were informed that Bruno couldn't be more than 2 years old and was super healthy!
Bruno is a love bug. He loves to cuddle, lick, and is very calm around the house. He's great with my 8 year old son and his friends. He enjoys being around people and loves being outdoors. He loves his walks and is now trained to sit before his leash is hooked up, waits (stays) sitting when the door is opened and waits for the person walking him to tell him to 'come' before exiting the front door. Bruno is learning not to pull on the walks and is improving daily! He sits before crossing the road and is really just an all around great dog!
Bruno brings joy and love everywhere he goes and is excited to meet his forever family soon!
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