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Buckeye's Mission

Facts about me

Breed
American Bulldog/American Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 65 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Don’t be fooled by Apollo’s unenthused and grumpy looks! On the contrary, Apollo is the biggest 65lb baby! He insists on stretching across your lap for cuddles and snuggles, ready to be held and cradled if you so much as park your behind on a couch. Apollo just thinks he is too sexy for the camera. Not just the camera. He thinks he is so cool that he appoints himself to the unofficial welcoming committee. When there are guests over, he likes to jump up to say hello but once he has given you the official welcome, he will just go and do his own thing. Extremely smart, Apollo knows exactly where toys are kept. If he sees you going in that direction, he will sit and is ready for any toys that you throw at him. Laser pointers are his favorite. Ball is a close second. His smartness doesn’t stop there. He knows when you put your shoes on, it means go outside. When he is outside and wants back in, he will ring the bell. Apollo needs his daily exercise routine to stay happy and content. Plays, walks, or zoomies in the yard and he is good to chill and just hang out, if not, you will not have peace for the rest of the night.

Apollo is 11-month-old, 65lbs, house and although crate trained, he is not a fan. He will cry and whine until you let him back out. He can be trusted to free roam. Leave him chew toys and bones, he will not touch your furniture. Give him a week or two to learn your schedule and routine, he will adapt. Apollo claims the couch as his at night. He loves to spread out and hog couch space. A grazer, Apollo likes food to be left out all day so he can eat when he pleases. Apollo wants his future family to know that he is by no means an escape artist, but if you give him opportunities, he will take you up on it! Apollo is looking for a semi-active home where daily walks or plays are a guarantee, cuddles and snuggles with his humans are a must.
Don’t be fooled by Apollo’s unenthused and grumpy looks! On the contrary, Apollo is the biggest 65lb baby! He insists on stretching across your lap for cuddles and snuggles, ready to be held and cradled if you so much as park your behind on a couch. Apollo just thinks he is too sexy for the camera. Not just the camera. He thinks he is so cool that he appoints himself to the unofficial welcoming committee. When there are guests over, he likes to jump up to say hello but once he has given you the official welcome, he will just go and do his own thing. Extremely smart, Apollo knows exactly where toys are kept. If he sees you going in that direction, he will sit and is ready for any toys that you throw at him. Laser pointers are his favorite. Ball is a close second. His smartness doesn’t stop there. He knows when you put your shoes on, it means go outside. When he is outside and wants back in, he will ring the bell. Apollo needs his daily exercise routine to stay happy and content. Plays, walks, or zoomies in the yard and he is good to chill and just hang out, if not, you will not have peace for the rest of the night.

Apollo is 11-month-old, 65lbs, house and although crate trained, he is not a fan. He will cry and whine until you let him back out. He can be trusted to free roam. Leave him chew toys and bones, he will not touch your furniture. Give him a week or two to learn your schedule and routine, he will adapt. Apollo claims the couch as his at night. He loves to spread out and hog couch space. A grazer, Apollo likes food to be left out all day so he can eat when he pleases. Apollo wants his future family to know that he is by no means an escape artist, but if you give him opportunities, he will take you up on it! Apollo is looking for a semi-active home where daily walks or plays are a guarantee, cuddles and snuggles with his humans are a must.
Rescue

Buckeye's Mission

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Connie R
Phone
Address
Brunswick, OH 44212

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

For adoption information, please email us at buckeyethepittie@gmail.com or message us at https://www.facebook.com/BuckeyeMissionSanctuary/ We respond faster if you email us, rather than calling us.
For adoption information, please email us at buckeyethepittie@gmail.com or message us at https://www.facebook.com/BuckeyeMissionSanctuary/ We respond faster if you email us, rather than calling us.

Go meet their pets

We are located at: 4866 Center Rd Brunswick OH 44212 Some of our dogs and all of our cats are in the care of fosters.
We are located at: 4866 Center Rd Brunswick OH 44212 Some of our dogs and all of our cats are in the care of fosters.

More about this rescue

Buckeye's Mission is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, neglected, abused and medically-in-need dogs and cats. These animals are rehabilitated and trained and then re-homed. Tax ID# 81-1006922
Buckeye's Mission is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, neglected, abused and medically-in-need dogs and cats. These animals are rehabilitated and trained and then re-homed. Tax ID# 81-1006922