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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Buckeye, AZ, 85396
Pet name:
American Bully
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Meet Luke !! 

Just look at Luke’s derpy smile ? 
He’s the SWEETEST boy who is great worth EVERYONE!!
 Luke originally came to us from Mexico. He had such a rough start to his life. Not only was he suffering with severe mange, but he was tortured. The man that “housed” Luke and many others, had a sick fetish that involved hacking off dogs’ paws, by way of a machete, and storing them in his freezer. ? So incomprehensible!!! (He only spent 3 days in jail for this…what is wrong with this world? ?) 
We, of course, welcomed him with open arms into our rescue. He has healed so beautifully! He’s very active and likes to cuddle as well…best of both worlds! 

Luke will be 5 years old this November and he’s longing to be in a loving, forever home before then. We’re thinking he’s part bulldog/pittie ????? What we do know, is he’s 100% a love bug ? He plays well with other dogs and has ignored the resident cat in his foster home. Please text 480-276-8076 to set up a meet & greet ?

Adoption fee $185

Attached are pics of him throughout his healing process. ??
Buckeye Animal Rescue and Kennel (BARK) (623) 826-3085


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