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STUDLEY (aka Stud Muffin)   

In shelter Dog

Harrington, DE, 19952
Pet name:
STUDLEY (aka Stud Muffin)
American Bully

Abandoned on the hot pavement of downtown Houston, tied up in front of an apartment complex with a bloody head and trauma to his head, a team of concerned citizens came to his rescue. Owners never came forward, and we are ok with that. 

Studley is about 2-3 years old. He is very self-assured, laid back, and a pleasure to be around.

This boy is house-trained, rides well in a car, and absolutely loves the outdoors. A fenced backyard is something Studley states is non-negotiable. He would love someone(s) who hangs out in the backyard and is outdoors frequently. 

And while, Stud Muffin loves being around his humans, he is also very comfortable entertaining himself on his own. Tough chew toys, nice music in the background and a window to observe from, keeps him at peace. However, he does have anxiety when it comes to storms, and would do best having someone at home with him a good bit of the time.

Studley is an excellent communicator, and will bark his demands if you are unaware that he needs to go outside to do his business. Surprisingly however, he doesnt seem to respond to his name at all though. He does consistently respond to the sound or sight of food though, and that is what the foster uses as a recall method for him.

Stud Muffin does well with smaller dogs, and normally requires proper introduction to bigger sized pups in order for him to feel comfortable. 

Mr Studley is ready & eager for a forever partnership. If you think he could be "the one," and you could be "the one," please complete his online app, or inquire further with your questions. 

Application Link...

IMPORTANT: Studley is in Houston, TX, and can be transported to your state upon adoption.


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