BowChickyWowWow..Block head, frog dog when laying down, ever wagging puppy tail. Isn't this what we all want when we look for a Bully? Bowser is estimated to be around 2 years old and is short and stocky weighing over 60 pounds. He came to us after a police arrest and was in sad, sad shape. It is apparent Bowser was used in street fights or as a bait dog as he has tremendous scaring on his neck and head. We immediately had to get him to vet for treatment of an older wound that had become infected. The odor was horrific and the poor dog couldn't stand to smell himself! After examination it was determined his eardrum had burst from the buildup of infection. The good news is we were able to treat his injuries and heal him up, the better news is that his eardrum will repair itself, and the best news is that despite his past life's adversities he is a very loving, friendly, and adoptable guy! We have not seen any issues with other dogs at this time but would advise (as with any adult Bully Breed) that any current dogs not have dominance issues and that feeding and treating is done separately or under direct and responsible supervision. Bowser is not approved for a home with cats as he thinks of them in a dinner kind of way. We believe him to be housetrained and are sure he is crate trained. If you are considering this gorgeous dog as a new addition to your family we ask that you take steps to positively promote his breed and explain the inhumane cruelty that these wonderful dogs are susceptible to when asked "what happened to your dog?!" Bowser is quite special to us. Applications are online at www.sapamo.org. Adoption donation requested of $150, prior bully breed experience preferred.
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