Hi! My name is Marshall and I am a total love bug! I am a pit mix that was picked up as a stray in June from the City of San Bernardino. Animal Control Officers as a stray. I am already neutered and up to date on all my shots. I am about 3 years old and weigh about 65 pounds. I don’t remember much about my life before the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter. I know I had this cyst on my neck that ruptured and people were begging other people to come and save my life. I remember I only had until 5:00 PM one afternoon before they were going to come and take me to that awful room. I heard other dogs talking about that place. If you went there you never came back. Well that didn’t happen thanks to Battle Buddies. Some man said he would take me if Battle Buddies would get me out of there! Well Miss Cathy at Battle Buddies pulled me to safety and Mr. Steve took me to the doctors. So now I 100 % ready to be adopted by a forever family. So here’s some cool stuff about me. I love long walks, I am not too fond of the other boy dogs, however I do like the ladies! My video shows me with my girl Coral at Miss Kareen’s where I am staying for now. I really hoping you will come and take me home. I really want my own family by Christmas, maybe even Thanksgiving.
This is Marshall, a fun loving 3 year old male pit bull mix. Marshall was picked up as a stray by the San Bernardino City Animal Control officers in June. He had a cyst on his neck that ruptured and was slated to be put down if no one stepped up for him. Battle Buddies put a hold for another rescue but they decided not to take him at the last minute. Rather than have Marshall be killed, Battle Buddies took him on and had him fully vetted. Marshall weighs about 65 lbs and is neutered. He is up to date on his shots and is ready to find his very own family. Marshall does well with other female dogs and some male dogs. He is not cat tested or kid tested. Marshall is making Kareen Caruther’s Bear’s Den in Phelan, California his temporary home where he is enjoying running in the yard and working with a trainer on his social skills. While Marshall is being well taken care of, he really needs to find a real home of his own.
To adopt Marshall, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Cathy Nisbet at 951-892-8028.
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