Are you looking for an energetic, affectionate sidekick? The kind couple who rescued this 2 ½-year-old Catahoula-Pit Bull mix say he is exactly that!
They describe the perfect day for Zeus as starting with a big breakfast to fuel the adventure ahead, which could be a trip to the dog park or just playtime in the yard, with plenty of check-ins for pets and treats. After a nap, Zeus would then love a long walk before dinner, followed by ear scratches after he curls up in his big comfy bed.
Zeus gets along well with his foster family’s other dogs, and he adores their 6-month-old baby. They would love to keep him, but recognize that he needs more attention and training than their already-full lives allow.
Does Zeus sound like a good fit for you? Make a plan to meet him soon.
P.S. We forgot to mention how strikingly handsome Zeus is! With one eye a mix of brown and blue, and his distinctive Catahoula spots, expect to get regularly stopped with this dog by your side.
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