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In shelter Dog

Grafton, OH, 44044
Pet name:
American Bulldog
Lady is believed to be an American Bulldog mix puppy who is estimated to be born around July 1, 2022. On August 21 she weighed just over 8 pounds, and on September 5 she weighed just over 12 pounds. She is estimated to be between 50-70 pounds when full grown.

Lady was taken from a bad situation by a good Samaritan, and found her way to Multiple Breed Rescue, so much about her age, breed, and background is unknown. Fortunately, as a puppy, she is very happy-go-lucky and has bounced back from her rough beginnings.  Lady is a very typical puppy, busy learning manners, house training, and leash walking.  She is being crate-trained and is doing a great job with keeping her crate clean when in it.  Lady loves to wrestle with her sister and play tug of war.  She loves playing with toys and taking long naps as shes busy growing and learning.  Lady is slightly less energetic than her sister Leia, but still has plenty of puppy energy.  Lady is waiting for her furever family to come along, so apply today if interested!

All dogs available for adoption are in foster homes. Please do not visit the location as it is a privately run boarding, training, and grooming facility. Meet and greets are scheduled by appointment only for approved adopters.

Age: 8 weeks

Adoption fee: $500.00


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