Wesley is a 2 year old Pit Bull Mix rescued from a kill shelter. He experiences some separation anxiety and would do well with a family where someone is home most of the time has lots of time to spend with him. He does great with other big dogs, but is not a fan of smaller animals. He was tested around a cat and could care less that the cat was there, but no small dogs or puppies.
He is a very relaxed dog who enjoys going for car rides, loves walks, is getting used to the water at the beach and will put his feet in the small waves finally. He really is a loving dog who would do best as a single dog as he loves the attention for himself (has some possessive issues - won't let my dogs near me sometimes etc).
He is kind of lazy - but he's finally doing dog things like going down on his elbows and wagging his tail letting you know he wants to play. He knows basic commands such as sit, paw, and stay. He's a love bug.
Up to date on his shots, neutered and microchipped and on Heartworm preventative.
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