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In shelter Dog

Verplanck, NY, 10596
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Meet Brewer, the most adorable Bulldog mix in town! You may recall Brewer’s heartbreaking return story after being in what he thought to be his forever home for 16 months. Although he misses his family and wishes life could just go back to the way it was, he has hope that a new life will begin for him soon. 

Words cannot describe what an amazing dog Brewer is. He is the quintessential bully– strong, meat-headed, and full of joy and love. He had an absolute blast romping around with all of his doggy friends this past Sunday pack walk, and was drowned in love from all of the human volunteers! He even met his new best friend, a small human that played with him, gave him lots of hugs, and cuddled with him on the cool tile after the walk. It was so amazing to see Brewer filled with so much happiness, and that moment solidified that Brewer is going to be the best, most loyal family dog ever. 

Brewer is young at 2-3 years and weighs about 70-75 pounds (total hunk!) He is pretty much perfect with his mastery of house, crate, and leash training, and is also non-destructive, fully vetted, and non-leash reactive. He is friendly with all dogs, people, and kids (can be retested for cats for an approved adopter). We would love to find him a strong, dedicated owner that will promise to love him forever. 

To adopt, call Lisa: 914-469-6605


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