Breed: English Bulldog/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
This boy is an awesome young fellow. He is bit on the timid/submissive side but full of love. He gets along with other dogs with a proper introduction. He is crated trained, working on basic commands. He loves people of all ages and size. Please consider giving Lou a chance in a loving forever home. The adoption process is such: adoption application, once approved , meet & greet, then home check, then if all is approved and well, an adoption fee is required , the dog will be delivered to his new home. Please email inquiries regarding Lou.
We are a small 501c/ Non profit rescue. We are located on 5.2 acres in central Oregon. Our goal is to rescue/save dogs from high kill shelters that would have otherwise been euthanized. We specialize in "bully breeds" but will save any dog's life. Our intention is to rescue, rehab/train our dogs to become loving , balanced family members. We advocate "bully breeds" , that includes Pit Bulls, American Staffordshires, American Bulldogs, Cane Corsos, Mastiff and any other such breeds. We strive to help our dogs find loving compatible homes so that they can live out their lives in their forever homes. Changing lives, one dog at a time...
Come Meet Our Pets...
We encourage you to contact us via email regarding any of our adoptable dogs. A meet & greet can be set up by appointment only. Please feel free to contact us via email with all or any questions..
Our Adoption Process...
We require the completion of an adoption application, there is an adoption fee ($175.00-$200.00) , an interview, once the adoption application is complete and approved a home check is also required to assure the environment is suitable for our rescue pups.
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