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Pit Bull Terrier, Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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A1168498 Mikey is a 1-year-old, 70-pound, neutered male, bully breed mix-type dog. This energetic youngster pulls with much enthusiasm while on a leash. A head-harness would benefit him greatly in teaching him how to walk without pulling. He seems reactive to dogs that pass his kennel, barking and carrying on, and can be selective with some dogs. However, he has been in several group plays with female dogs that can match his energy and rough play, and done very well. A meet and greet is recommended if you have another dog at home. Mikey doesn't appear to have been trained in any basic obedience, but he is smart, eager, and willing to learn. Positive reinforcement training should make training him a snap! He is a nice and friendly boy who thoroughly enjoys being with people. Would you like to be his person? He is a surrender due to the owner moving. Mikey was adopted then returned due to not getting along with the other dog at home.

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