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My name is Big Mac!
I'm being cared for by
Rohnert Park Animal Shelter

Facts about me

Breed
Bullmastiff/German Shorthaired Pointer
Color
Brindle - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
17991704

My info

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

My story

Big Mac is one big boy with a lot of love to give. This neutered male, German Shorthair Pointer/Bullmastiff mix, weighs 88 pounds. Big Mac came to us as a transfer from Sonoma County Animal Services. This hunk has been waiting eight months to find a forever home, and we have absolutely no idea why! Big Mac loves everyone he meets, including other dogs. He does have a rowdy playstyle; therefore, another large breed dog would be best. He has a similar reaction to cats, so that is a no-go! If you are in an adult-only home or have older children, Mac is the dog for you. We fell in love with him the moment we met him; it's your turn now! 

July 6, 2022, 8:35 pm

Big Mac is one big boy with a lot of love to give. This neutered male, German Shorthair Pointer/Bullmastiff mix, weighs 88 pounds. Big Mac came to us as a transfer from Sonoma County Animal Services. This hunk has been waiting eight months to find a forever home, and we have absolutely no idea why! Big Mac loves everyone he meets, including other dogs. He does have a rowdy playstyle; therefore, another large breed dog would be best. He has a similar reaction to cats, so that is a no-go! If you are in an adult-only home or have older children, Mac is the dog for you. We fell in love with him the moment we met him; it's your turn now! 

July 6, 2022, 8:35 pm
Shelter

Rohnert Park Animal Shelter

Contact info
Pet ID
17991704
Contact
Mickey Zeldes
Address
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The first step in adopting an animal is making a trip to the shelter. Check the cats available and dogs available listings, but you might want to visit the shelter personally since new animals arrive every day. To learn more about animals available at the RPAS, call (707)584-1582. The adoption process: When you find an animal you want to adopt, you will be asked to fill out an adopter profile. Shelter staff will talk to you about adopting an animal and answer any questions you might have. They will call your landlord if you rent your home, to make sure that type of pet is allowed. Spend some time with the animal! Make sure that the entire family feels comfortable with the animal that you have picked out. If you already own a dog and you want to adopt another one, you are required to bring in your dog to make sure that they get along. There is a big fenced in area next to the shelter where the dogs can interact. There is an adoption contract and other paperwork to complete. Adoptions stop 1/2 hr before we close so we have ample time to go over all the information and answer your questions. The adoption fee is $95.00 for cats and dogs (an additional $60.00 training deposit is required for certain dogs - training deposit is refundable with proof of completing an obedience class).
The first step in adopting an animal is making a trip to the shelter. Check the cats available and dogs available listings, but you might want to visit the shelter personally since new animals arrive every day. To learn more about animals available at the RPAS, call (707)584-1582. The adoption process: When you find an animal you want to adopt, you will be asked to fill out an adopter profile. Shelter staff will talk to you about adopting an animal and answer any questions you might have. They will call your landlord if you rent your home, to make sure that type of pet is allowed. Spend some time with the animal! Make sure that the entire family feels comfortable with the animal that you have picked out. If you already own a dog and you want to adopt another one, you are required to bring in your dog to make sure that they get along. There is a big fenced in area next to the shelter where the dogs can interact. There is an adoption contract and other paperwork to complete. Adoptions stop 1/2 hr before we close so we have ample time to go over all the information and answer your questions. The adoption fee is $95.00 for cats and dogs (an additional $60.00 training deposit is required for certain dogs - training deposit is refundable with proof of completing an obedience class).

Go meet their pets

Shelter Hours: Wed 1:00-6:30 p.m. Thurs, Fri, Sat 1:00-5:30 p.m. Sun 1:00-4:30 p.m. We are closed on Mon & Tues but will redeem lost animals by appointment. We also are at the Petaluma Pet Food Express on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 10:00-2:00. We offer a Meet the Bunny event at the shelter the 2nd Saturday of each month from 1:00-5:30. The public can bring their rabbits (safely contained please) for a free nail trim and a chance for a bunny date!
Shelter Hours: Wed 1:00-6:30 p.m. Thurs, Fri, Sat 1:00-5:30 p.m. Sun 1:00-4:30 p.m. We are closed on Mon & Tues but will redeem lost animals by appointment. We also are at the Petaluma Pet Food Express on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 10:00-2:00. We offer a Meet the Bunny event at the shelter the 2nd Saturday of each month from 1:00-5:30. The public can bring their rabbits (safely contained please) for a free nail trim and a chance for a bunny date!

More about this shelter

We are a municipal shelter assisting the animals and people in Rohnert Park and Cotati. Our organization moved to its current beautiful facility in 1995. We have a skeleton paid staff and rely heavily on the assistance of over 100 active volunteers to enable us to offer all the services we do. We run a summer educational camp program for children, offer tours of the shelter, microchips for the public, provide stray animals refuge from the dangers outdoors and have a successful adoption program for the animals in our care.
We are a municipal shelter assisting the animals and people in Rohnert Park and Cotati. Our organization moved to its current beautiful facility in 1995. We have a skeleton paid staff and rely heavily on the assistance of over 100 active volunteers to enable us to offer all the services we do. We run a summer educational camp program for children, offer tours of the shelter, microchips for the public, provide stray animals refuge from the dangers outdoors and have a successful adoption program for the animals in our care.