Bullmasador Dog For Adoption in MONTGOMERY, IN, USA
This is a one year old pup from our first litter who’s owners contacted us when they were moving and couldn’t take him. We now have him and absolutely love him. He weighs around 100 pounds and is all black. He can sit, stay, shake, fetch and is crate trained. Unfortunately, He has spent a lot of his life in a crate and has never been around other dogs. He is aggressive with our 3 large dogs and we are recommending he go to a home with no other pets or small children. He is not fixed and likes to jump. We are willing to pay to have him neutered and are currently working with him to stop the jumping. He responds well to treats and is a super sweet dog. He’s fairly laid back and really just wants a friend. He’s spent a lot of his life alone and we only want the best for him. We usually sell our pups for $500-$800 but really just want to see this guy go to a great home. I’ve spent several days with him and have loved every second. I think with some work and training he could be ok with another dog as long as that dog was submissive. Please feel free to ask any questions and I will be honest in my answers. Thanks :)
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