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Mack Bailey   

In shelter Dog

Rockaway, NJ, 07866
Pet name:
Mack Bailey
American Bulldog
Mack is an adorable 4-5 year old brindle Bulldog mix from a high kill shelter where he was about to be euthanized when Eleventh Hour stepped in and saved him. And boy, are we glad we did!!! Mack is friendly, loves toys (especially tennis balls) and has an extremely funny personality. He is house broken, crate trained and super quiet when left alone. Mack is also very affectionate and loves being near his people. He really enjoys going for long walks, playing fetch all day long and does great on a leash when he is away from the kennel.

When Mack is excited, he does get a little overstimulated so a home with dog savvy adults would be best for him with older kids, if any. He would do best as the only pet in the home but hes fine walking by dogs in the neighborhood and parks. Mack loves going for car rides and will entertain himself in the backseat, rolling around on his back. If you are looking for a dog who will run and play but also cuddle and has the cutest Bulldog face then Mack is the pup for you! He is so much fun you wont regret it!

If you are interested in meeting Mack, please fill out an application at EHRDOGS.ORG and be sure to mention MACK BAILEY!


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