In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
Pit Bull Terrier
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Meet Brian! He is super affectionate, wanting to be near his people all the time. He's a velcro pup & proud of it! Brian looks forward to his daily walk, and afterwards, Brian lounges around the house and entertains himself... just make sure you have a stash of yummy treats & fun toys! Brian is house trained and crate trained. He would love a home with a yard to run around in, but as long as he is getting daily walks/runs, he’ll be good to go! Brian has shown friendly interest in other dogs but a meet and greet is required. Brian has shown some mild resource guarding that goes away after a short time. But as a result of that behavior, Brian will need to go to a home without young kids. Respectful teenagers who listen, and who also want to play with him... Brian says yes, please! When we asked his foster dad John to tell us something cute that Brian does, he said, well, everything he does is cute! We couldn't agree more... just check him out in his tv spot below! If you're looking for a dog who treats you like a rock star when you get home, no need to look any further! Brian will go home with the ongoing support of the Orange Dot Crew (a volunteer advocacy group), as well as a goody bag and a crate. He will also get free training thanks to Friends of AAC - we want him to be set up for success! Reach out to John at witsonjm@gmail.com to learn more about Brian or to set up a time to meet him!


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