This is an adult well-trained dog with a lot of positive features. He is not barking and never had any accidents with toilet. He is healthy. He never destroys your belongings. He is fine to walk on the leash. He is OK with cats (he ignores "netagive" cats and plays with friendly cats). He is also NOT ALLERGIC.
The issue is that he has to be adopted by the family with NO CHILDREN. This dog is agressive to our 2.5 old son. Recently, Al Dean became also agressive to all BOYS and to some MALES who come to our house. So please consider whether you are aware how to deal with dog dominance issue. 2 weeks ago my son dropped his apple, dog caught it, and when a boy tried to take it back, he was bitten in his face. We had spent some time trying to find a shelter which would take a dog, but all of them get the same conclusion that we have to put the dog down.
We are planning to do our best to find him a new family within a monthor so to give him a chance. Please help us. Thank you.
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