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Zeus -- Courtesy Post   

In shelter Dog

Frederick, MD, 21701
Pet name:
Zeus -- Courtesy Post
American Staffordshire Terrier
Zeus is looking for a new home. We (FFOCAS) are helping his family find his forever home. In his current home, Zeus spends a lot of time in a crate and his family knows that he deserves a home and family that would have more time for him. This handsome boy would thrive with some structure and clear guidance from his humans. 

We met Zeus and found him very attentive, food-motivated, and ready to learn. Hes often friendly meeting new people, but can be unsure of some unfamiliar people initially, especially men. Once he warms up, hell greet you exuberantly and playfully. :-)

This big hunk is thought to be a mix of American Staffordshire terrier and something larger. Hes the kind of dog who will form a strong bond with his family. Zeus does well with older kids (pre teens and up) but plays too roughly for younger kids.

Zeus is currently living with a female Chihuahua, with whom he gets along great. He is able to meet and make friends with some dogs, but he can be selective and seems more likely to get along with females. He is not friendly with cats and has pretty decent prey drive.

According to his current owners, Zeus is neutered and up to date on vaccinations and heartworm preventative. He is about 5 years old and about 80 lbs, housetrained and crate trained.

Interested? Wed love to hear from you! Please email us ( or contact us through Petfinder.


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