In a foster home

45 lbs

Housebroken and crate trained

Good with kids

Good with dogs and cats

Sponsored by Stacy Rugan, DVM

Tully came to MABBR from an area dotted with BSL.  When he arrived at his foster home, he was very thin and shy.  He soon learned that life had taken a turn for him and became a sweet, snuggly, playful boy.  At a year old, he is very much a pup who is at home relaxing, playing with his foster fur siblings, camping, or curling up to snuggle with his foster parents while they enjoy a good book.

He is good with other dogs (smaller and larger), cats and older children (youngest kid-tested is about 7 yrs old).  Tully can be very energetic when his people are, but easily redirects that energy.  He is good about settling down, especially after a high energy activity like walking, running, hiking or bringing in the groceries.  Tully is very people oriented and wants to spend as much time with his humans.  His favorite activities are stealing his foster siblings’ chew toys, napping, snuggling, anything outside and treat time.  He will make a wonderful companion for any family and will integrate easily into a home with dogs.   He is very treat motivated and learning tricks quickly.