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Bullmastiff puppies and dogs in Washington, District of Columbia

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Abby the Mastador

Bullmastiff Labrador Retriever

Female, Adult
Chantilly, VA
Size
(when grown) -
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Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Abby is a wonderful girl! She is very loving with her foster family and does well with their children. She has perfect house manners and does well in her crate. Abby is housetrained and walks very well on leash. Abby will make a very loyal companion. Come meet this sweet lug and fall in love!Accuracy is not guaranteed; however, information provided is accurate to the best of our knowledge.  For more information on the pet, please send an email to info@aforeverhome.org May 19, 2024, 7:07 pm

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Odin

Mastiff

Male, Adult
Washington, DC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Needs special attention, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Odin is a pretty sweet dog, he likes to jump and sleep on furniture because he thinks he's human most days, which wasn't allowed in our home, but would make him the happiest pup in his new home. His only special need is that he doesn't like thunderstorms or fireworks, he gets very anxious with loud noises and we have a prescription for him to help keep him calm when a storm comes. No other special needs besides love, he's very lovey. He's also protective from afar, which has been great for me as a smaller woman, however, with his size, I was never really able to control him on the lease because he's stronger than I am, therefore he wasn't properly socialized and has never been to a dog park because I knew he would control me and not the other way around. He has lived with other dogs and children which was perfectly fine, and anyone who entered the house was safe also. It's just outside his home where I am unsure due to his strength and my lack of strength.
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Maddie

Mastiff Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, 2 yrs 4 mos
Washington, DC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Maddie is looking for their forever home! WHAT MY FOSTER SAYS: Maddie is a calm, sweetheart with a cute "pouty" bottom lip and big, golden eyes. She can be a little timid meeting new people but warms up quickly. Maddie's hidden talent is that she could eat non stop and still be skinny - people often think she is larger than she is, but she's solidly a medium sized pup at around 46 lbs. She also is a cute grunter, snorter and she has earned the nickname "lil piggy" because of her noises. So far Maddie has done well with every dog she has met and lives with two large furry foster siblings. Even dogs that don't seemed to be impressed with her, she gets the hint and usually leaves them alone. Alternatively, she isn't a fan of pushy dogs but leaves them alone without incident. Maddie's daytime routine currently consists of eating breakfast and some morning activity (wrestling with her Corso bro, sniffari, or a walk) and then she is perfectly content napping. She usually spends a few hours napping next to her foster mom's desk during the work day. She would make a great office pet as she stays quiet during Zoom meetings and other calls. Maddie has not been tested with cats but she has seemed interested in chasing squirrels & rabbits so she may need a cat-free home or thoughtful, slow integration with a very dog-savvy cat. Overall, Maddie is a lovely, medium energy dog that is affectionate with her people but can also settle nearby. An easy-going pup, Maddie seems okay with most things. She's a confident, curious and friendly little girl that will make a great addition to a variety of different homes and lifestyles. ATTRIBUTES: Maddie does well with dogs. -------------- Laila's Legacy Animal Rescue does not guarantee that any dog is housebroken nor crate trained. We strive to provide accurate information on all of our animals however, we are unable to guarantee an animal's breed, size, health, behavior, temperament, or any other conditions. Our adoption fees are not inclusive of all vetting / medical care, food, supplies and/or training costs. Since we rely on donations to compensate for those deficits we are unable to reduce or refund this fee. TO ADOPT OR FOSTER: Please apply on our website at www.lailaslegacyanimalrescue.org or email info@lailaslegacyanimalrescue.org if you have questions! TO DONATE: Please consider making a donation on our website at www.lailaslegacyanimalrescue.org so that Laila's Legacy can continue to provide lifesaving medical treatment and training.

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A Forever Home Rescue Foundation

PO Box 222801, Chantilly, VA 20153

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