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Weight: 30 lbs
Location: Charlotte, NC
Good with other dogs?: Yes.
He love, love, loves to play with my female Great Dane. She is teaching him manners and he is receptive to get cues on what's okay and what's out of line.
Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat
Good with children? yes
Activity Preference: Needs a couple walks a day., Needs in-house activities
Sawyer's favorite things: Other dogs, kids, chew toys, bones, a soft place to snuggle.
Sawyer is good at: meeting people, going for car rides, cuddling, playing
Ideal home: another dog, children, someone at home most of the day, a fenced yard, Lots of exercise opportunities
Training Needs: potty training, needs obedience training
Health issues: Maybe something with his skin? He has a rash, but he's only been here for a day and I'm going to see if good food will clear it up. It doesn't seem to bother him since his oatmeal bath.
Meet Sawyer Sawyer is a sweet, silly puppy who loves kids and dogs. He's working on his manners while he's being fostered. He knows how to sit and is motivated by treats, so I think training will be a breeze with this guy. He sleeps all night without needing to use the bathroom.
He's a great cuddler and wants to be with his people or another dog. If you're interested in Sawyer, you should also be a fan of puppy kisses because he is all about showing you how much he loves you.
To be considered for adoption, you must apply using our free, online application. Our dogs are fostered in our volunteers' homes, not in a central shelter/location. Only approved applicants are put into contact with the foster family to setup a meeting with the foster dog. Visit our Adoption Policies web page for more information and a link to our application: http://americanbulldogrescue.org/adoption-policies/.
Looking for a well mannered dog able to go to work with landscaping crew. At least a year n half. Please no time for house breaking. Live down the shore. Plenty of loving care and dog savy. Thank you
Donna Christopher Burdge