Elvis, 2 years old, neutered male, Staffordshire mix, 68 lbs. He is in Houston, Texas and can transport to an approved adopter.
This handsome hunk is an all around great dog! He was saved from euthanasia at an overcrowded shelter in Texas.
Elvis is very dog friendly and gets along great with males and females. Due to his size, he can play a little hard at times and would do great with another dog to match his play style.
He has been around teenage children and has done great. We recommend a home with kids 10 years and older.
He is house broken and used to learn the doggy door almost instantly. He will go in a crate without issues.
Elvis likes to be a couch hog. He has some resource guarding with his food, but is easily redirected. He LOVES to chew on bones. He loves water and has a "play voice" which sounds like a rumble. It can be mistaken for a growl, but it is the complete opposite.
He is a strong guy who can use some leash work. He would also benefit from some basic obedience/manners training. In a consistent and structured home he would do really well.
He is affectionate and loves to give kisses. He will do best in a moderate activity level home.
We have no history with cats.
*Listed BREED and AGE - We are taking our best guess & recommendations from our veterinarian on age, breed and size when fully grown. We rarely know a dogs exact age nor are we able to tell the true or full breed mix of dogs as our information is limited most of the time. ***
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