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Name: Mistletoe - ADOPTED
Rescue ID: D200189
Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
Adoption Fee: 325
Breed: American Bulldog / Mixed
Current Size: 32 Pounds
Current Age: 4 Months 4 Days (best estimate)
Meet Mistletoe (aka Missy)! I was found wandering the streets of Detroit in December and became the best Christmas visitor for my foster family. I love giving kisses and snuggling on "my" special Christmas chair, belly rubs are my favorite activity. The vet said that I am a American Bulldog mix, with perhaps some Great Dane in me, based on my markings. I will be a big girl when I grow up, I am currently 34 pounds of wiggly, soft fun and I am about 4.5 months old based on my puppy teeth.
My foster mom says I am a very smart girl. I am very far along in my housebreak training. I can go all night in my crate without having to go out, and I stand by the door during the day when I need to go potty. The only accidents I have had were when I first came home, until I figured out how to train my people to let me out! I have mastered the commands of sit, stay, come here, and am working on lay down. "Leave it" is kind of hard for me because I am a puppy that loves to chew on things, so I will need a family that will take the time to puppy proof their home. My foster dad is working on my puppy "mouthing" bite inhibition because I can get "nippy" when I get over excited, but I should grow out of this with time, patience and some training. I sleep all night in my crate without making a sound, except for an occasional snore.
I enjoyed my foster mom's small grandchildren's visits but need to be watched with small children because I am a rambunctious puppy still. I am interested in other dogs when I see them when on a walk. I never pull or bark at them, but I haven't been tested with dogs yet. Foster mom says I can meet some dogs after I have settled in here.
If you are looking for a smart, energetic puppy who also loves her downtime with snuggles, I am the girl for you!
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