Just look at that face!!
DJ is a *solid* 45 pound bully mix who is just full of love and fun. He foster mom describes her as sweet and affectionate---a girl who loves to snuggle, but also LOVES to play.
She knows several basic commands, enjoys the company of other dogs, but needs continued training to work through polite introductions. Cats are a bit too interesting to her and we think she would do best in a home without them.
Shes a young, energetic dog who would do great with a fenced in yard and an active owner or family to call her own. Because of her strength and excitability, we recommend children in the home are a bit older.
If you are interested in finding out more about DJ, please fill out an adoption application by copying and pasting the following link into your browser:
DJ is being fostered in Grafton, Massachusetts.
The adoption fee is $400.
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