Mylo...Pure Bred Presa Canario Boy!
Mylo is a pure bred 15-16 month old Presa Puppy who came to us from a local pro sports player who realized he didn't have the time for a big puppy. He is a big boy at 140 pounds with a puppy heart. He is social and friendly with every person he has met. He will be able to live with other social, friendly dogs that are not dominant. Presa is one of the most dominant dog breeds. Mylo will need an experienced adopter, with large breed experience.
If you're interested in adopting (or fostering!) one of our Don't Bully Us Rescue puppies or dogs please go www.dontbullyus.net/forms and fill out an online application or you can fill one out right here at Petstablished, just by clicking the adopt or foster link. If you know the name of the pup, add it to your application. If you don't know the name of the puppy, just add a brief description of it! After approving your application, we will contact you for a meet and greet! We have dogs ranging from newborn puppies to senior dogs in our rescue all looking for their forever homes. You can check out our latest pictures of our adoptable pups and dogs on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/dontbullyusrescue We look forward to receiving your application!
Adoption Fees: Puppies to 1 year old are $350 to $400. Dogs 1 to 3 years old are $300. Dogs 4 years and up are $225. Adoption fees include all age appropriate vetting and shots and micro chipping. All dogs over 1 year old will be spayed/neutered and puppy adoptions will include a discount spay/neuter cerificate at our participating Vets.
Please note: Due to restrictions and bans on bully breeds, we are unable to adopt out to renters and active Military personnel but we are working on changing perspectives and discriminatory Breed Specific Legislation for these wonderful dogs!
Temperament: Strong Willed, Gentle, Calm, Suspicious, Dominant
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