(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Not good with kids,
Good with dogs,
Good with cats,
Age: 2 yearsBreed: American Bulldog mix Weight: 75 lbLocation: Baltimore, MDNicknames: BunnyGood with other dogs?: YesGood with cats? YesGood with children? Unknown. Can live with kids about 12 and up.Activity Preference: Active! She needs mental and physical stimulation. She is no couch potato.IQ: Pretty smartFavorite things: Toys, running free in the yard, peopleGood at: meeting people, meeting other dogs, driving in the car, playingIdeal home: fenced yard, lots of exercise opportunities, willingness to work on leash skills Health issues: None More About DD DD is an irrepressibly happy dog who loves to use her puppy dog eyes to get what she wants. What does she want? Mostly that's play like tug, petting, and whatever that yummy thing is that you're eating. DD hasn't met a person she does not like. She shamelessly kisses and hugs strangers if they let her. She's been great with her the other foster dog in her foster home and enjoys playing with him. She prefers a rough play style but has adapted to his less physical play. DD's nickname is Bunny because she hops around the yard so much as she runs and plays. She would be an outside dog if she could be and can entertain herself endlessly in a yard. She likes to chase off birds, entice strangers to meet her, and talk to neighbors. In between, she bolts around the yard, making zoomie circles, and showing off her speed and long legs. She throws the tennis ball around for herself, preferring to play 'keep away' to you throwing it for her. She is a tall dog, with a beautiful curled, fluffy tail. Her coat is thick for a bulldog. Her build is lean and trim. She is high energy and smart. She's food driven and loves to use her superior sniffer. She is working on leash walking and improving. She has great recall, and will come to you every time you call her. In the house she is quiet and barks at expected times like the doorbell ringing or if she can see that someone is approaching the house. Her potty training is impeccable. If she gets bored, she starts to get nosy around the house but with a doggie friend to play with, this behavior has disappeared. She can be an independent sort but typically loves to be near her people. She will stand for hours for a good petting session. When she's excited, she jumps and forgets her size, making her not a good candidate for the wee folk. DD Bunny is a very sweet girl. Anyone who adopts her will be lucky to have her in their life. We are looking for an active family for her. Preferably one with a fenced yard as she does have a lot of energy to burn. If you're looking for an affectionate, fun, smart, active dog, DD may be your girl!