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Blue is a truly the best big bully boy EVER! He will steal your heart instantly and you’ll be hooked for life! Beautiful Blue is playful and energetic 10 month old, Staffy mix who was rescued out of a high kill California shelter on his last day. He weighs 65lbs (but maybe still has growing to do!) but is truly a gentle giant. He is super affectionate and loves every adult and child he meets. Blue loves the outdoors, is a terrific hiking and walking partner and is not bothered by Western Washington weather! Blue would love a fun and active family that can provide him the exercise, structure and attention he craves. He loves people but dogs and cats are a 'no-go' so we are hoping to find that home where he would be the only pet. Blue walks well on a leash, is terrific in the car and knows his basic commands. Blue currently living with his trainer at Muck Creek kennels in Roy. His adoption fee includes a session with trainer Jon too. Due to his size, a home without very small children is ideal because he can easily knock over a little one. He is super good with older kids especially since they can play with him. BFF Blue seems to like everyone! He is neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. He does like to romp and play, but this boy also appreciates chill time and is a true cuddler! And you never have to worry about bath time--Blue LOVES to take showers, loving the water and swimming too! He’ll play fetch in the water and provide hours or entertainment for his family! Please email Terry at email@example.com if you have any questions about Blue. His adoption fee is $300 and you can provide right away by going to raincityrescue.com/adopt. You can see more blue cuteness at:
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