Stanley is a typical lovable pittie: he is a slobbery, smiling, goofy guy. He is good with dogs that are stable (not rude).
He came to us with a buddy, a female pittie named Daphne. They were found together as strays in California and were sent to a high-kill shelter where they were next to be euthanized. We took them off death row and transported them up here for a new leash on life.
He is on the bigger side, some might consider him medium/large. He has a medium/high amount of energy, which comes in bursts. When we first let him out, he is rambunctious, but quickly calms down. He would love a few rounds of fetch in the backyard every day.
He just wants a nice porch to sit on for his golden years. You will be paid for your kindness with kisses and snorts.
He should not go to a home with cats or small dogs due to his prey drive. He would do best with larger or medium sized dogs. Playful & responsible kids are ok.
About 5-7 years old, healthy, vaccinated, neutered, asking $125 donation.
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