American Staffordshire Terrier, Bulldog, Mixed
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Some pets are in the Shelter and others in Foster homes.  Scroll thru description for preferred contact info!!  Additionally for CATS you  may email  and for DOGS, email       Cute does not begin to describe this amazing happy nine month old dog.  Zak is absolutely one of the most amazing dogs you will meet.  Sadly, he has found himself in the shelter instead of growing up in a loving home.  However, Zak is making the best of his situation by finding a good friend, Gina, and making memories playing with her in the play yards. He also loves meeting all the volunteers who come to play with him at the shelter. Zak is a social dog and has yet to meet anyone he does not like.  He will make a great dog for a family or for a single person wanting a dog they can take out socially to dog parks and friendly patios.   Zak currently weighs 59 pounds and is estimated to be 9 months.  Our vet thinks he will probably be around 65 pounds when fully grown.  He is heartworm negative and up to date on vaccinations.   Because he is in the shelter and not a home, we are not sure if he is potty trained, but he does potty when you take him outside, so we don’t think this will be an issue for anyone who works with him.  He is a quick learner.  Zak appears to be a Staffordshire Terrier/American Bulldog mix.   If you would like to meet this fun young dog, please contact


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