Bruno Great Companion for Retired Couple   

In shelter Dog

Norwalk, Connecticut, 06853
Terrier, Mastiff, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate
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Bruno Great Companion for Retired Couple
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Bruno, is quiet, calm, very well mannered, he would be a good pet for an older couple; he loves attention and really misses it.  His Daddy died and he was sent to a kill Shelter.  He is safe in my rescue now.  Affectionate and Loving and very loyal and devoted.  Ask for his video he looks like a Teddy Bear! Uber doggie social.  Ask for his great videos! Bruno is a very sweet boy, he's quiet, gentle, well behaved and walks well on a leash but could use some work.  I think he is missing his former owner.     Vet estimates his age at 5-6 yrs.  I think he is more of a mastiff than a pittie, he is very heavy and stocky built, 66.6 lbs today, but not fat.  He loves attention and really responds well to hugs and kisses.  He's a good car rider too, sits right up in the seat and looks out.  His former owner obviously gave him lots of attention.  He'd be a nice pet for an older couple.  Bruno is a great dog, he's non-aggressive, non-reactive, and likes to meet other dogs and is very friendly tail-waggy with them.  He's quiet, calm, not destructive, doesn't dig.  He's waiting for his retirement home!  Aren't we all! Bruno is doing fine,  he is a really sweet boy, very laid back, not dog reactive at all, will be a fine pet for someone,


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