McGruffy spent part of his life with another large dog his size and with kids on the grounds. The dogs were kept outdoors all of the time. Boredom would lead to wandering to neighbor homes as if to strike up a neighborly conversation, or even stay for dinner if cats or chickens might be nearby. No sir McGruffy! He should not share a home or yard with cats, chickens, ferrets, rabbits, other small domestic animals. Weve learned a lot about his capabilities and want a safer lifestyle for him. Hes been around other dogs and does well. A meet and greet with a resident dog can be scheduled with staff. His experience with children may have taught him to gently take treats. Hes very mobile and easily able to manage steps, ramps and stairs, he loves walks and is very easy to walk on a leash. Hes also crate trained. Hes not a toy player, he prefers to be one of the indoors family. Are you ready to make a difference in his life? Hurry to stop in and meet him.
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