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In shelter Dog

Waterloo, IA, 50703
Pet name:
American Bully
MY STORY: Gotti came to CBHS as a stray.

AGE: Approximately 3 years old.

Im Gotti.
I know what you are thinking, "Wow, hes handsome!" I know that Im quite a good looking boy. I am a sweet snuggly boy who doesnt know my size. Due to this a home with older children may be best. Some people say that Im too big to be a lap dog. Im 70+lbs, I mean thats the perfect size for big snuggles!

I am a smart boy! I know the commands sit and shake. I will show you for a treat! I am very food motivated. I can be vocal when I want attention. My bark can be a little intimidating, but I dont mean anything by it. I just like to talk!

Since I arrived as a stray, it is unknown if I ever lived with other animals. I enjoy being around dogs that arent pushy or dominant. I wouldnt mind having other doggy friends and I would love to meet any other dogs you have in your home prior to adoption.

I really want a home that will give me the love and attention that I deserve. Will you adopt me?

Cedar Bend Humane Societys adoption center welcomes visitors by appointment only. Interested adopters are encouraged to submit an adoption application prior to making an appointment.

For more information on Cedar Bend Humane Societys adoption process or to schedule an appointment please call 319-232-6887 or email

Thank you for rescuing a homeless pet from Cedar Bend Humane Society!


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  4. Veterinary Information Network
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