Duke is a big boy—a really big boy weighing in at 100 pounds or more. He is a giant. He is located at the Big Bear Animal Shelter in the San Bernardino mountains in Southern California.
Duke is listed as a mastiff. He is about 2 years old and a real sweetheart.
Duke seems relatively calm yet enthusiastic. He does need obedience training. Until properly trained, he would do best in a home without young children simply due to his size.
Duke allowed me to check him all over, look at his teeth and check his ears, all with no argument. He enjoyed the attention. He is a happy dog but needs a family of his own.
Duke has been at the shelter since Dec. 19. He does not have much time left.
If you are interested in giving Duke a second chance at life, you can contact the shelter at 909.866.4943. His ID is A547903. Big Bear is a small, rural shelter with few staff members. Please only call if you are serious about Duke.
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