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Ad ID: ADN-34998
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Date Listed: 06/26/2017
Date Expires: 07/26/2017

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Breed: Bullboxer Pit
Gender: Male Male


Age: Adult
Availability Date: 06/26/2017
Location: FONTANA, CA, 92336
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Tags: pitbullboxer

Bullboxer Pit Dog For Adoption in FONTANA, CA, USA

3 year old pitbulll/boxer male 65-70 lbs, big and lean boy. Turns 4 in November. In need of a new home due to the fact that his owner is now in the Navy and will no longer have a home for him unfortunately. He loves family, very athletic, and lots of energy. Loves to play w tennis balls, or any balls he can get a hold of. Gets along well with small dogs, he lives with his small Yorker/Maltese mix. Loves baths, loves water, doesn't get along with cats. Great guard dog and is an outdoor dog. Likes to go on runs, loves attention and will give you a bit of slobber. Knows how to sit and lay down and loves belly rubs.

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