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In shelter Dog

Surrey, BC, V3S 9M6
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
White / Cream
Meet Hercules! 

Hercules is a senior guy looking for a home to live out his golden years. He is a Pittie mix breed, about 8-9 years old. He weighs approx 70 lbs. 

Hercules currently lives at a rescue shelter in Ixtlahuacn, Mexico. He is a sweetheart and a true people lover. Hes wonderful with all the staff at the shelter and never turns down an opportunity for pets & snuggles. Hercules just wants to be an overgrown teddy bear and spend the rest of his days cuddling on the couch and giving kisses.

Even at his age, Hercules has some get up and go! Hes happy to go out for walks but doesnt need tons of exercise. He would do very well in a mellow household with someone who is looking for a big lap dog. 

Hercules is dog selective and prefers younger pups who are smaller than him. He would probably do best as the only doggy in the home. Hed love to spend his retirement years with his humans all to himself. 

VETTING: Hercules is vet checked, neutered, fully vaccinated, and dewormed.

**PLEASE NOTE: Hercules is currently in Mexico. He will be travelling to BC once he is adopted. There will be a transport fee of $235 for transport to Canada. This will be discussed upon approval.**


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