American Bulldog, Plott Hound, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with White
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Cola was part of a cruelty case where he was left in a shed with his dog family for 4 months with no food, water or love. He's a fun and energetic cuddly lovebug estimated to be born in 2012. KOL rescued him and he has been a very grateful pup and doing well with his foster family. He now weighs 80 pounds and is amazing with children and people and is patiently waiting for his furever family to find him. He has some minor skin ailments due to his neglect and will need to eat hydrolyzed protein food and stay on a low dose of prednisone most likely for the rest of his life. He prefers a home with female dogs.  From Colas foster mom:  "Oh my Cola dude ... where do I start ? He is a beast at 85 pounds but it’s 85lbs of pure love. He is crate trained & won’t make a peep. He is house broken. He absolutely loves children and other dogs. NO CATS. He knows sit , stay , shake with his left paw and high five with his right. He is a pretty chill dude who can go for some tug o war. He loves his back and belly scratches & he is very loyal. He goes where I go but leaves space. He likes to be talked to and will nuzzle his face in your lap. He is a big , happy , extremely lovable mush. He is very treat motivated. Cola will make a wonderful, loving family dog. His adoption fee is $150 and to apply to adopt fill out the application here- All adoptable dogs have been medically cleared by our attending veterinarian at Clear Lake Animal Hospital, up to date on vaccines, spayed or neutered and microchipped. All dogs currently on heartworm and flea/tick prevention and parasite free.


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