Biggie is a very handsome young lab/pit mix, possibly some Great Dane too. This boy is all about love, he will come and sit next to his human for some snuggle time. Biggie is young our vet thinks he is between 1 and 3 years old. At about 50lbs this big boy with some more growing to do. Biggie is good with female small dogs. NO CATS. We believe that Biggie will make a good family dog although he may knock small children over just because of his size. Biggie is completely housebroken and has never chewed on household items in his foster home. He knows his name and comes when called.
Biggie will need leash training because he is strong and has a tendency to pull. Biggie accepts being crated but will not be happy if left alone crated for long hours. He is a social boy who wants company and activity. Biggie is definitely not a hyper active dog, he is calm guy ready for the next adventure. We all wish him luck in finding his permanent home.
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