*1 Year Old - 112 Pounds
*Medium Energy - Generally Calm With Playful Bursts
*Older Children (13+)
*Mostly Potty Trained
*Tall Privacy Fence Preferred
*Large Bully Breed Experience Preferred
Giant teddy bear, coming through! My name is Grizzly Bear, but don't let my name fool you because I am one big softie who loves snuggling and pets more than anything - even though I am more than 100 pounds, I still consider myself a lapdog! I would appreciate a patient family who will give me time to settle in and feel safe; I can be shy at first with new people, but once I know you I love you for life. I get along great with other doggies and would do best in a home with no cats and with older children (13+) given my large size and initial shyness. I am generally pretty calm but I do get bursts of playful puppy energy and would enjoy having a yard with a tall privacy fence to get my zoomies out. My ideal forever family will have some experience with large bully breeds like me, and will be dedicated to signing me up for training classes so I can work on my confidence and keep learning commands. I listen well and already know "sit." I am also crate and potty trained, though I might do some marking at first while I get used to my new home so I would also appreciate some patience as I learn our new routine. I am looking forward to lots of snuggles and generous pets, so I hope you fill out an adoption application!
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Lives in 50 mile radius of Itasca within the Illinois border
Be at least 21 years of age
Have the knowledge and agreement of all adults living in the household
Have approval from owner of the residence (written in lease)
Have a valid ID with current address
Be approved as a suitable adoptive home by Fetching Tails Foundation
Be prepared to make a lifetime commitment