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4 years – 64.00 lbs.
White and Brown Color
Humane Society of Broward County


I was adopted as a little pup, but now that I've grown up my family says I'm too big and too strong (I do pull on the leash) so they brought me back to the shelter. I'm a fun-loving guy and quite unique looking, I'm sure there won't be any other dogs on the block that look like me. I might be big, I have short legs and a long body, but that just means there is more of me to love. Hope you don't mind if I get on the couch or jump in bed with you. I get along with other dogs but will chase kitty cats. I'll let you know when I have to go potty outside and I'm used to spending time in a crate when no one is home. I'll admit it...I've eaten a remote control or two. Please don't pass me by just because I grew up. To meet me visit www.humanebroward.com and fill out the pre-adoption application and then stop by. The adoption kennels open daily at 11 a.m. Thanks to dog lovers Ed & Ellen G. of Hollywood they have generously sponsored my adoption fee. If you have questions call 954-989-3977 ext. 6.

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To adopt a friend for life, the Humane Society of Broward County requires you to pay fees based on the age and number of animals you are adopting. These fees can also include additional services such as spaying, neutering, flea/tick treatment, vaccinations, and wellness checks.  Click here to learn more.

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