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Pet name:
Brown, Chocolate
Coat length:
Gotti is a 10 month old Mastiff mix weighing in at about 60lbs. He is a sweet boy, a bit shy at first - understandable, as animal shelter's can often be a scary place for young dogs. He is calm, well mannered, polite (typical Mastiff traits) and walks nicely on leash. He is not destructive towards his belongings. In his kennel run, he is quiet - our staff has never heard him bark, you almost forget he is there! Gotti is a low maintenance, easy keeper. He needs a loving family that can help him become more confident and explore the outside world. He gets along with other dogs during on leash meet and greets, however, he eventually did not get along with the previous dog he was homed with. For this reason, Gotti needs to be the only pet in your family. His ID number is #104108.All our animals are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. All our dogs have had their adoption fee's waived this month to loving homes (0$) due to our high volume of intakes. If you are interested in one of our adoptable dogs, please give our shelter a call at 985-809-0183 to ask more questions or schedule an appointment to come in. We have appointments available all day. We are located at 31078 Highway 36 Lacombe, LA 70445.


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