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Skokie, Niles Township, Cook County, ...
American Staffordshire Terrier, Mixed
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Please contact C.A.R.E. for more information about this pet. Bombay  American Staffordshire Terrier, Born in 2019, Neutered male  Hello there! I’m Bombay, and I’m quite a stunner. My extra-soft shiny coat almost looks like chrome. When you meet me, you’ll notice that my incredibly charming, happy-go-lucky personality matches my handsome looks. I absolutely love affection, especially giving kisses and getting pets and belly rubs. I'm really just a lap dog in an 82-pound body! Chasing soft stuffed toys and sliding across the floor being silly and puppy-like is so much fun too. I walk well on a leash, but because I have a very strong prey drive, I get focused on the small animals and show my strength. My C.A.R.E friends are working with me on that, and they say I’m eager to please. I’ve mastered the “sit” command, and I take treats very gently too. If you are looking for a super-affectionate, energetic, and fun companion, I’m right here waiting for you.View Bombay's videos: Information: Size: Large/weighs 82 pounds Children: 8 and up (due to size and strength) Dogs: No Cats: NoRequired:  Single-family home with fenced in yard  Experience: Needs a strong, dog-savvy, experienced handler. Must live in a house with a fenced-in yard. Adoption fee:  $300  This dog is neutered, microchipped and has had a full veterinary checkup and vaccines. If you are interested in more information or would like to meet this dog, please fill out our online adoption survey:


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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