This amazing hunk of a bulldog will be the best friend ever! Brutus is foster in Tampa, FL and his foster home just loves him. Brutus is 5 years old and vaccinated, neutered and ready for his forever family. We would love to find a bully knowledgeable family that will spoil him rotten for the rest of his life! He deserves nothing but the best.
Brut has impeccable house manners (but very sloppy) and is very well trained on voice commands and leash. Brutus is left for short periods (4-5 hours) with something to keep him busy and he has behaved like a total gentleman. But, stuffed toys should be thrown out. He loves them a little too much and will destroy them in minutes. This could lead to obstruction surgery so we highly recommend Kong toys only.
He is living with cats and is respectful but every now and then he wants to play with them. Due to his size, I don't think he would make a good playmate for cats. I don't believe he would hurt a cat unless he unexpectedly lands on one. This will be a decision for the new adopter to make if they own cats.
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