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  • Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Online Ad
  • Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog
  • Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog For Sale

Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 4 years 4 months 18 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: No
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Published on: 06 October 2019
Modified on: 06 October 2019
Location: Warrington, Cheshire

Advert Details

Due to separation i have moved to a flat and working 40 hours a week. Im unable to provide my dog with the needed walks and time and also it is very small place for him. Max is male, nearly 4 years old very much loved american bulldog. My heart brakes to give him away therefore i want to find him the best home. Max would love to live with a male or strong female and in a big house and access to big fields or lots of walks. Max is large dog and very very strong. He loves children but because he is going to be separated from my daughter who he grow with, i cant promise his behaviour after separation towards children. Max eats pedigree biscuits, fresh meat and chicken. I know it sounds different but i would ask a picture of a house where max is going to move as he is our family and we want everything for him. Also im giving option for people to return Max and keep in touch as life comes with unexpected challenges.

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Before getting an Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Is the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.

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