Tank insists on being alpha and for that reason needs to be an only child, which he's totally good with. In the past he has had a couple of friends that he loved playing with, they were all under 15#'s. Also, due to his size, he plays best with older children.
Tank hates hot weather and would much rather be with his person lounging on the couch watching TV - he's definitely a house dogs and is very polite when inside. He will need a fenced yard and will need to be crated indoors at night or when left alone during the day. This big boy is very smart, easily trained and full of energy - he loves attention and would love to be by your side at all time. He'll make an excellent companion for an active person/family
Tank is approx 100+ lbs. & about 2-3 yrs old. He's current on shots, neutered, micro-chipped, heartworm negative & on prevention, crate trained and knows basic commands.
Best guess breed: Lab Mix
Adoption fee: $200
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Best guess breed: Mountain Cur mix.
Adoption fee: $200
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