In shelter Dog

Caribou, Maine, 04736
American Bulldog, Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
White with Gray or Silver
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Traditional and classic is just what you will get with all around good boy Rex. Rex is a young one year old American Bulldog and Pitbull mix. He has a athletic build with a big adorable head to match. At first Rex has quite a bit of high energy but does settle down after all the excitement is over. He enjoys chewing on his toys especially a Kong filled with peanut butter. That's his absolutely favorite snack. Rex would make a great walking companion with more leash training. He is strong and does tend to pull at first, but once in stride its time for a nice walk around the neighborhood. Rex listens to commands well and knows when its time to go into his crate. For short periods of time Rex has done well left out of his crate without any attempts to chew or eat anything he isn't supposed to. Rex is a little independent until its time for bed, then he wants to snuggle up close to his human. He has made dog friends before and lives with several in his foster home. Rex could do well with a canine sibling, male or female, that is smaller than him. Don't wait to put in your application for Rex, send it in today at  Rex is currently being fostered in North Carolina. If adopted up North he can transport to his furever home beginning in mid to late April.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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