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Beautiful AST mix rescue needs home

Discussion in 'AST Rescue' started by runner1, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. runner1

    runner1 Puppy

    Hi I have a beautiful brown brindle AST mix (I think thats what he is) up for adoption. He is a male around 11 months old and weighs 62 pounds. He is a very sweet dog,great disposition, no aggression,very smart and a fast learner. Gets along with all dogs (I have 4, 3 labs,1 pitt) and my male pit is his best buddy. Cat and even chicken friendly! Someone dumped him on the road,and he was a mess. I've had him since July and he is finally healthy.Neutered, micro-chipped and all shots.I think he would do well in a home with another dog so he has someone to play with. He is not a high energy dog is housetrained and lives inside.I can send you more pictures. He is a very stunning looking dog and has a personality to match! DSC04644.JPG
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  2. harrisonk

    harrisonk Puppy

    Where are you located?
  3. This is Rocket Ben. He's a happy happy go go Merle Pitt, I've been working with that is up for adoption out of South Bend In. Adoption fees involved cover all shots and neutering.

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  4. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    To most people wanting a pit bull or staff with the merle color is something to avoid.
  5. SevenSins

    SevenSins Forget The Dog, Beware Of Owner

    There's no such thing as a merle APBT. That dog is a mutt. Probably a Catahoula mix with little or no APBT in it.
  7. Yes I am finding out more about the (mutt) as a result of a pit being bread with a Catahoula. I still love this dog, does he disqualify m image0000001_6 (3).jpg e from this thread?
  8. I am also starting to handle a Brindle Pit which is recognized. He is also looking for a home. A lot more of a mellow dog very sweet also. Does anybody know where the brindle breed came from? I will get a picture soon.
  9. SevenSins

    SevenSins Forget The Dog, Beware Of Owner

    Disqualify you? Of course not, you're welcome to post here with a mixed breed.
  10. Thank you I need to find out. I'm just starting to get in touch with as many networks as possible to try to get these dog homes. The dogs I am handling are all stuck in rescue shelters. I pick the Pit Bull breads or mutts because the shelters doesn't do much with them.
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  11. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    Brindle is just a color -- one of many like red, fawn, black, sometimes blue -- that American Pit Bull Terriers come in. Brindle (and the other colors) are not a breed; they are colors the BREED comes in. Brindle is quite common in American Pit Bull Terriers.
  12. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    It's sad. So many things to overcome to be able to own them anymore. There will never be enough appropriate homes.
  13. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    We would not need near as many appropriate homes if people would just learn a little about the breed and stop taking the advice of shelters, pounds, and backyard breeders.
    Back years ago there was not a problem with the numbers of pit bulls abandoned. Of course the breeders were more selective of the people they sold to.
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  14. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    You would probably have better luck putting him on a Catahoula board.

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