Wesley is a beautiful american bulldog. He's a confident chap with a really kind soul.
He's both highly capable as a guard dog and so sweet as a family pet.
He's very alert and assertive so any approaching neighbours or people, he'll be sure to let you know about.
He's 17 months and totally adored by all. He was the best in the litter; the calmest, prettiest, good natured, highly intelligent.
He enjoys burning off his energy and varies what games he likes to play. Loves parks with water features especially, it's funny how intrigued he gets around water. He also likes joining in with anyone playing games or working out, so be prepared to hold him back from grabbing someone's football or picnic.
He loves making friends with everyone, he's a gentle and cute giant, and deserves to be treated with lots of love and care.
He'll need ongoing training, he's strong willed and needs basic lead manners as he can pull.
Wesley is very special, suited to an experienced and doting family/owner who will run and play frisbee with him for several hours and cuddle and pet him on the sofa at the end of the day. He will show you an abundance of love in return.
I'm rehoming him because he deserves a better forever home, with a garden.
He's microchipped, up to date with his vaccines, no health issues, registered at local vets, paperwork available. Not neutered.
Due to a massive response, please tell me a bit about yourself and this info in your response, thanks:
- Do you live in a house, which type of home, how many floors/bedrooms?
- Which area do you live in:
Near a main road in a busy area in a town or city,
A bit further out with lots of green parks and open space but still packed with people and traffic,
Or in the countryside with farms and little amounts of people?
-Are you the homeowner?
-Will Wesley have access to the garden, how big is it, what fencing do you have?
-Do you live near a park? Farm?
-Have you owned pets before? how many? What level of experience do you have, with which breeds/behaviours?
-What are your working hours on an average day, or what are your stay at home circumstances if any?
I'll get back to you asap.
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