Hi my name is Romulus and I am a 2 year old Staffordshire Terrier. I am a big gorgeous boy that loves to be with my humans! I weigh about 70 pounds and am strong and athletic. I love to go for walks and to run around in the back yard. I am great at playing fetch and I also love other dogs. I am big but I am goofy and submissive. Every time my foster mom brings me my breakfast or dinner I do a happy dance! I also like to play with the puppy next door through the fence because he is so sweet! I am full of love and I can't wait to find the perfect family for me!
My foster mom thinks I should go to a cat-free house because it is just too tempting to chase them! I can be tested further if someone is interested who already has kitties! I absolutely adore children! My foster mom has an 8 year old niece and a 10 year old nephew and I could play with them all day! I have been around small children and I love them but my foster mom thinks I might knock small children down on accident... I lack a bit of confidence so I am looking for a confident family to adopt me. I would do best in a home with another confident dog. I love to play with my foster siblings both male and female! I have a bit of separation anxiety so it would be great to have a companion while my people are gone.
When I first arrived at my foster home I was a bit nervous but over time I have come a long way. My profile is constantly changing for the better as I gain more confidence and meet more people!
Before FCHS took me in I was tied to a tree my whole life. I was heartworm positive but luckily I had a wonderful family sponsor my treatment so today I am heartworm free! I am neutered and up to date on vaccinations. I am also micro-chipped. My adoption fee is $225! If you have any questions about me please contact my foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org
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