Brutus Zuko McGillicuddy   

In shelter Dog

New Garden Township, Pennsylvania, 19350
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
Gray, Silver, Salt & Pepper with White
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Pet name:
Brutus Zuko McGillicuddy
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Brutus Zuko McGillicuddy! A you silly name for a silly dog! Zuko's records say that he is two years old however his puppyish demeanor leads us to believe he may be a little younger. Zuko has a zest for life and makes everything a game! He is learning leash manners and that not everything is a tug toy. He doesn't seem to have a mean bone in his body, however, in his previous home where he was newly adopted and only resided for three weeks, he did get into an altercation with the resident dog over a toy. We do recommend a basic obedience class so he can continue his quest to become a solid citizen. He is probably a little too much for young children at this point in his life as he could easily topple a toddler - we recommend if there are children in the home that they be ages 12 and up. Not yet cat tested but we will do so as we start exposing him to new people, places and things. Zuko has been neutered, microchip, vaccinated and tested negative for heartworms. please fill out an application at if you're interested in adding Zuko to your family. Adoption $250.


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