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Animal ID: 1234567Bella (female)

Mastiff Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Needs to be Spayed, Needs Vaccinations 

    We recently moved to a new home where our neighbors do not like big dogs. We are in desperate need to fine a new home for Bella. She is a sweet dog that loves to hunt turtles and frogs. She is a very good guard Dog. Only serious inquiries.

     Animal Location:

Calcasieu Parish Sulphur, LA MAP IT!

Contact:
Chas Mitchell 337-794-7628

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Animal ID: 12345Jax (female)

Mastiff Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Needs to be Spayed, Needs Vaccinations 

    We recently moved to a new home where our neighbors aren't fond of large dogs. Jax is a wonderful dog. She is very protective and awesome guard Dog. We are sad to have to find a new home for her, but it is necessary. Serious inquiries only.

     Animal Location:

Calcasieu Parish Sulphur, LA MAP IT!

Contact:
Chas Mitchell 337-794-7628

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-16-00379Big Foot (male)

Mastiff    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Cats, Good with Kids and Adults 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Heartworm Positive 

    This big boy is a 6 year old English Mastiff named Big Foot. He spent most of his life outdoors and didn't know what it was like to live indoors with a family. We realized that Big Foot never saw a vet and didn't seem to have his basic medical needs met. So, we gladly took him in, brought him to the vet, and placed him in a loving foster home with dog friends and an amazing foster mom. Big Foot is initially nervous when meeting new people but warms up quickly with proper introductions. His foster mom says that he is always happy, affectionate and loves to be pet. He needs to have the company of other dogs and would do well in a home with ... (Read More)dogs of all shapes and sizes. Big Foot seems to have a high prey drive when it comes to small animals such as squirrels, so we highly recommend him going to a home without cats. Due to his size, he would do also best in a home with children over the age of 10. Despite his stature, he is a big baby at heart. Big Foot is afraid of thunderstorms, fireworks and also of people approaching him too quickly. He gets anxious when people try to stand over him, so maybe he was disciplined this way in his previous home. He is not aggressive towards people, but sneaking up on him causes him to be very nervous. Big Foot definitely needs to have slow introductions when meeting new people and have his personal space respected. Big Foot is housebroken and only pulls slightly on a leash. He is however still learning some basic obedience skills and crate training. He is heart worm positive and will need to continue treatment in his new home at no cost to his new family. If you are interested in Big Foot or any of our other dogs, please feel free to email us at: info@bullpenrescue.org or complete our Adoption Application on our website under the 'work with us' tab. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We highly recommend that our potential adopters fill out an online application as soon as possible, as it greatly expedites the process of finding the right dog for your situation. The adoption app is available on our website (www.bullpenrescue.org) under the 'work with us' tab. If you choose not to fill out an application before inquiring about a particular dog, please briefly tell us about yourself, family, and lifestyle since this will help us determine if the dog you're interested in is a good match. Our dogs are available for adoption nationwide but preference is given to adopters willing to do an in-person meeting. Please understand that our dogs are not adopted on a first-come, first-serve basis, but rather we strive for a 'perfect placement' so we know that they will not be failed again. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (Less)

     Animal Location:

Caddo Parish Shreveport, LA MAP IT!

Contact:
The Bullpen Way Station & Sanctuary

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Mastiff in Louisiana
    Mastiff Dogs can make good pets in Louisiana if they match your IifestyIe. The Old English Mastiff is a massive breed. Mastiffs are very gentle toward their families. This is an intelligent, protective breed that makes a good guard dog but is unlikely to attack unless severely provoked. Mastiffs behave well with children but should be watched with little ones because of their large size. Mastiffs need gentle training and socialization from an early age. Mastiffs can live in an apartment or a home with a small yard.

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lnteresting Mastiff Trivia Low-Cost Louisiana Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Male Old English Mastiffs can weigh over 200 pounds! The first Old English Mastiff in America came over on the Mayflower. Mastiffs were used in arena combat in the Roman Empire. Mastiffs were brought into Britain by Phonecian traders around 600 B.C.

Related pages:

Mastiff Rescue

Louisiana Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

St Bernard Parish - Chalmette 70043
St. Bernard Parish Animal Shelter 504 278-1535

Orleans County - New Orleans 70114
LA/SPCA 504-368-5191

Jefferson Parish - Harahan 70123
Jefferson SPCA 504-733-7387

Orleans County - New Orleans, Louisiana 70178
Southern Animal Foundation 504-861-7729

Tangipahoa County - Amite, LA 70422
Hutchinson Veterinary Clinic 985-748-9160

Lafayette County - Carencro, LA 70520
Lafayette Animal Aid 337-896-1553

E Baton Rouge Parish - Baton Rouge, LA 70817
Capital Area Animal Welfare Society 225-752-5801

Ouachita County - Monroe 71207
PAWS of NE Louisiana 318-397-0007

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