Ruff Ruff! My name is Troy D-48999 *URGENT* **Pooch with Perks**
|Breed:||American Staffordshire Terrier||Color:||Brindle - With White||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Male||ID#:||4782179-D-48999|
I am already neutered and purebred.
Troy is a dog worthy of Prince Hector...and Troy won't let any horses into your home! He's only a year old & weighs about 70 lbs. Friendly and energetic, he would benefit greatly from some training in the basics of good behavior, and since he is food motivated, he will probably catch on quickly. Our volunteers report he is very sweet and tries hard to understand. When away from the noisy kennel environment, Troy will settle down and get to work. His leash manners have improved greatly, and he will 'sit', shake hands and even 'speak'! Since he is young and bouncy, we recommend no small children, but older kids should be fine. Watch Troy's video for more info about this great dog. If you have an active lifestyle and are willing to invest some time in training, Troy will reward you with a lifetime of fun and love! Troy is a member of our Pooch With Perks Program! When you adopt, you will receive a Doggie Goodie Bag donated by the Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter!
PETNOTE: ALL dogs will be SPAYED/NEUTERED before leaving the shelter. Please give this pet a second chance. Visit the shelter and fill out an application today. If calling the shelter about this dog, please refer to the ABOVE ID# when calling. Thanks!
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Act quickly to adopt Troy D-48999 *URGENT* **Pooch with Perks**. Pets at this shelter may be held for only a short time.
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