My name is Neo!

Bullmastiff Dog for adoption in Norwood, Georgia - Neo
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The Bullpen Way Station & Sanctuary

Facts about Neo

  • Breed: Bullmastiff
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
Meet Neo!

This handsome 4 yr old Bullmastiff wants you know straight off that his vision impairment (he see’s some shadow and movement) in no way interferes with his ability to be all things “Dog”. He loves to be right in the middle of the action and is just ‘one of the gang’ in his multiple, large dog foster home. He was very quick to memorize his environment and moves around the house and yard like he’s lived there forever. He usually leads the pack on their nighttime “possum hunts” and loves to patrol the yard several times a day. In fact, his Foster Mom has to keep an eye out to head him off from his daredevil ways!

Neo is an easy, low energy lap dog at heart. He loves to be around people and makes a great cuddle buddy on the couch. He also enjoys a good living room wrestle session with one or more of his foster brothers between naps. He is a huge fan of dinner leftovers and will rush to the kitchen with the other dogs, sitting politely for his turn. He is excellent in the house and is fine with free roam or being crated. Neo is very well behaved in most things and will listen to a gentle “no”.

Due to abuse he suffered prior to coming to The Bullpen, Neo does have some mild kidney damage that requires him to eat a special food with supplements to help his kidneys function optimally. Continuing this regime is a non-negotiable condition of his adoption and costs
approximately $120 a month.

Neo is happy and healthy in his foster home but we’d love for him to find a forever home. His vision issues are probably the result of PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy) and is irreversible. He currently sees some shadows and movement but there is no way of knowing if he will lose the bit he has left. He can do stairs but more than 5 or 6 at a time would need to be supervised so easy access to a backyard is necessary.

Neo is neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, crate trained, house trained and will need to continue his heart worm treatment in his new home.

We highly recommend that our potential adopters fill out an online application as soon as possible, as it greatly expedites the process of finding the right dog for your situation. The adoption app is available on our website ( under the 'work with us' tab. If you choose not to fill out an application before inquiring about a particular dog, please briefly tell us about yourself, family, and lifestyle since this will help us determine if the dog you’re interested in is a good match.

Our dogs are available for adoption nationwide but preference is given to adopters willing to do an in-person meeting. Please understand that our dogs are not adopted on a first-come, first-serve basis, but rather we strive for a “perfect placement” so we know that they will not be failed again.

About The Bullpen Way Station & Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Located in the green rolling hills of Northeast Georgia, The Bullpen provides assistance and sanctuary for giant breed dogs and other vulnerable companion animals. We believe that by integrating grassroots community education and outreach, coalition building, support for existing animal welfare efforts, and our own independent rescue operations, we can eliminate needless euthanasia and improve the overall health and well-being of our four-legged friends.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our facility in Norwood is home to many of our dogs, but we also have foster homes across the country. Currently, we have adoptable dogs in the following cities:
Kansas City, MO
Shreveport, LA
Atlanta, GA
Hurst, TX
Little Rock, AR
Florence, KY

Our Adoption Process...

All adopters must fill out an adoption application, which is conveniently located on our website,, under the "work with us" tab in the top right of the page.

After you submit your application, the form goes to our online database where it is accessed and reviewed by the members of our team. A rescue volunteer should be in contact within a couple of days to discuss your application, your expectations, and any of the dogs you’re interested in. If you don’t hear anything from us within a reasonable amount of time, don’t be afraid to reach out to us via email at!

Once we’ve spoken to you, we’ll begin to check your references. When we’ve gotten the green light from your references, a volunteer will be in touch with you to set up a home visit. We are merely looking to see that you are able to provide a safe, clean, and comfortable environment for your dog to live in. At that time, we will also take the opportunity to inspect your fence, yard, and neighborhood.

As soon as your home visit has been completed and approved, you’re officially ready to adopt! At this point, a member of the Bullpen crew will be in touch to discuss the adoption contract/fee. Fees range from $50 for very old dogs to $500 for puppies. On average, the adoption fee is between $300-$400

Depending on the distance between you and your new family member, transport may have to be arranged (for applicants who live in close proximity to our facility in Georgia or one of our foster homes, this will not apply). We WILL NOT SEND A DOG VIA COMMERCIAL AIR, but we do offer two alternative options for long-haul transports:
(1) Commercial: We regularly use a wonderful, reasonably-priced ($150-$200) transport company that travels between Texas and Georgia and then up the East Coast on a weekly basis. The cost of the transport PLUS the cost of the mandatory health certificate must be covered by the applicant unless otherwise specified by the Bullpen.

(2) Private: We also have an individual who is available to do private transport, but applicants must be willing to cover the individual’s travel expenses and meet the driver at least half of the way.

Post-adoption, we reserve the right to make up to three follow-up visits, but we’ll make sure to give you notice beforehand, and the visits are generally informal. Additionally, we always encourage our new adopters to stay in touch with updates or pictures (email, text, or join the Bullpen’s Facebook page- and to feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.