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American Staffordshire Terrier, Mixed
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Meet Champ!I’m a simple guy and I don’t need much. Sure I like to go for walks and I think car rides are pretty cool but really I just want a person all to myself.  I’m actually a sensitive guy and don’t love a lot of commotion. The shelter is really stressful to me so I don’t always so my best self. Maybe I am just smarter than the others and have learned that my behavior gets me a fast past on being an office dog so now I get to live in the offices around here and it has been great! I spend my days napping and eating snacks and I have been a very well behaved boy with the shelter peeps. Everyone always tells me I’m their favorite and they can’t wait until someone is interested in me so they can share all the cool stuff they have learned about me since I have been “living” with them.   My ideal home is with a single person or mature couple. I don’t really think I want to be bothered by young children and I would like to be the king of my castle as the only pet. I’m house trained and am a great mixture of energy and mellow. I’ll play with you if you want but I’m more of a professional snuggler and would love a person who had a lot of time to spend with me. I am a big boy though and need a strong owner who can help keep me safe when we are out and about. I do love to learn for snacks so as long as you are willing to put in a little effort to help me become my best self, I'll be your perfect companion!


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