Bambii is an 1 year old English bulldog ,American Pitbull Terrier. Bambi has been in the shelter several times. The first time he was surrendered due to child conflict. Most recently, he was surrendered because he was pulling too hard on a leash and lunging at other animals on the street. Bambii has not lived with any dogs or cats in his most recent home. One previous owner stated around dog s outside Bambii is playful and plays gently with them, but most recent owner stated that Bambii will lunge at them. All owners reported that around strangers bambii is friendly and outgoing. Bambi has lived in a home with a newborn. Bambi was calm and respectful around the baby. Bambi would attempt to sleep next to the baby but Recently Bambii has started to growl at the baby. Bambii has never bitten anyone or animal. Bambii isn’t bothered during storms or fireworks. He is not bothered if you remove his food bowl, toy or anything. Bambii does not enjoy getting bathes but will allow you to wash him. Owner never trimmed his nails. He is friendly if an unfamiliar approaches. When someone unfamiliar approaches the house bambii is friendly and doesn’t pay attention to it. Bambii isn’t bothered when being pushed off furniture or being held and restrained. Previous owners stated that he was house trained, but most recent owner said that he would only go to the bathroom inside the house. Bambii is best described as playful, affectionate and friendly calm and aloof. He has a high activity level. When at home, he follows you around. He enjoys playing with ropes and to play tug. He was kept mostly indoors. In his most recent home he was fed pedigree dry food. One owner stated that he listens to the commands, sit, come, give me paw down stay and give a kiss, but most recent owner said he didn’t follow any commands. Bambii has never been crate trained and is well behaved when left in the house alone. Bambii gets walked twice a day and pulls hard on the leash. Most recent owner stated he would lunge at other dogs and cats on the street. When off the leash Bambii would run away. Bambi wagged his tail in the counselor’s office and displayed loose body. He allowed counselor to pet him. When counselor attempted to scan his microchip, his ears went back but he continued wagging his tail. Counselor tried to scan again and he lunged at counselor and tried to bite, but was pulled back by owner. He then displayed loose body and wagging tail with open mouth again.
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