American Staffordshire Terrier, Rottweiler, Mixed
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Meet Benny!   He’s a four year old mixed breed dog around 40-45 lbs. His family is moving away and he needs to be re-homed since they can’t find a new place that takes dogs. He is good with other dogs and enjoys going to dog parks and dog beach. He is very well behaved when we take him on walks. He loves to take naps on the couch and chew on his bones. He is crate trained. He acts like a guard dog and does bark when any new person knocks on the door, which is a great built in alarm system/door bell. ⁣ ⁣ He grew up with four kids but as he’s aged he does like his space and doesn’t like when kids crawl on him. He also gets excited when he sees his people and jumps so we wouldn’t recommend a family with young children. Benny would make a great addition to any active family with high school kids or older or no kids at all! ⁣   His DNA test came back with so many breeds! It says his top two are American Staffordshire Terrier (27%), Rottweiler (14%) and Boxer (13%) and surprisingly Chihuahua (4%)!  ⁣ If you’re interested in adopting or fostering Benny please head over to and fill out an application! ⁣Interested in adopting this pet? Please contact us at for more info.


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