My name is Max!

Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Northville, Michigan - Max
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Waggin' Tails Dog Rescue

Facts about Max

  • Breed: Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Good with Kids: Over 10 Years
Good with other dogs: Just good with Luna
Good with cats: No
Housetrained: Yes
Crate Trained: YEs
Walks Nicely on a leash: Pretty good
Knows Basic Commands: Yes
Energy Level: Medium
Special Needs:.

Arrival Story: Max (and Luna) were both destined to be a breeding pair but proved to be too much for their owner who surrendered them to a nice man who promised to find them loving homes. Initially obese from a diet of cheap dog food and table scraps, had skin infections with missing fur from long term flea infestation. Today, both Max and Luna were treated and on a quality diet and spayed/neutered. They are ready for the next step in their journey to an awesome forever home!
Approximate Age/Weight: 4 years / 52 lbs.

Personality: While Max’s early life was not full of positive experiences he has embraced playing and is excellent at fetch! He loves to roughhouse and can be a bit mouthy when playing. He is good on leash for walks. Max lived with Luna and that is the only dog he is interested in being friends with. Max prefers the company of humans instead. And, he loves a good belly rub!

Max is good at the vet’s office and a bit of a wild child in the car so he should be crated for safety. Bull terriers are energetic and strong willed and require a structured home environment with consistent mental and physical stimulation (games, activities, training, etc). Max would thrive with an interactive pet parent.

Forever Home: Max is a lively boy who would do well as an only dog, or live with best pal, Luna. A fenced yard isn’t required as long as Max gets regular walks and playtime. No invisible fence for Max, please. Experience with the bull terrier breed preferred.

Contact: Please contact if interested in adopting Max.

About Waggin' Tails Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Waggin' Tails Dog Rescue is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit rescue group. Our experienced and dedicated volunteers donate their spare time to rescue, rehabilitate, foster, and re-home all breeds of homeless dogs at risk of being euthanized or sold to research from area and rural kill shelters. We are supported solely through donations and fund-raising efforts. Our volunteers receive no monetary payment for their activities. Instead, their reward is the knowledge that a dog's life has been saved that otherwise would have been lost.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We typically show every Saturday from 12-3 p.m. (please see our website for exact location details). We often have other special events that are listed on our website, as well. Potential adopters can also schedule meetings with the individual dog's foster parent since all of our dogs are in fosters homes and we do not own a shelter.

Our Adoption Process...

We utilize an application process because we have worked hard at nurturing and working with the animals in our care. In order to ensure that these formerly abandoned, neglected and abused animals never find themselves in the shelter/rescue system again, we screen applicants so that the applicant is matched to an animal that is suited to the applicant's lifestyle.

It is our job at Waggin’ Tails not only to find new homes for our animals but to ensure these animals never have an opportunity to breed again. All of Waggin’ Tails dogs will be spayed/neutered at the time of adoption unless the dog is not of age and/or the dog has a medical condition that would prohibit sterilization at the time of adoption. Dogs under 6 months of age and dogs that cannot be sterlilized due to a medical condition will be adopted out on a spay/neuter contract which means the adopter must agree to have the dog sterilized by a specified date.

Adoption Fees
Adult Dogs: $225
Small Breed Dogs: $275
Senior Dogs: $125
Puppies (under 6 months): $250 + $50 refundable Spay/Neuter Deposit

What does the adoption fee Include?
The adoption fees above cover all age-appropriate vaccines; heartworm/fecal test; spay/neuter (unless otherwise stated); and microchipping. When necessary, the dogs have blood panels, dentals, and professional grooming as well. In other words, we do everything necessary for the dog when they come into our care.