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897 Bullmastiff Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
|Arkansas Bullmastiff Dogs for Adoption|
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-08-26-00286Brutus (male)|
Izard County Mountain Home, AR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-17-00600Tiny (male)|
Meet terrific Tiny! This handsome red guy is about 5 years old and is being fostered near Little Rock, AR. Tiny is up-to-date on vaccinations, neutered, and micro-chipped. He is also house-trained and crate-trained. Tiny loves children and gets along with cats and other dogs, so with a slow and proper introduction, he should get along fine in home with cats or a female dog. For more information on Tiny, or to make him part of your family, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. PLEASE NOTE: Adopters are only considered with a completed application. Please visit www.bullmastiff.us/rescue to apply. Remember - Adoption is always the best option! If you can't help by adopting a homeless Bullmastiff, please consider making a donation to ABA Rescue Services. (Less)
American Bullmastiff Association Rescue Service
Little Rock, AR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-05-00125Momma (female)|
Meet magnificent Momma, a darling senior of 8 years young, being fostered near Little Rock, AR. Momma is quite the celebrity here in Arkansas, as she was the featured Bullmastiff in an article in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette for the 1st Annual Arkansas Bass Benefit Tournament. Momma adores children, does well with other dogs when properly introduced, and has always gotten along well with her little foster sister (a mini doxy). She is spayed, micro-chipped, and up-to-date on all vaccinations. Momma came to her foster family terrified of her own shadow, thunderstorms, and any loud noises and even afraid to get in a vehicle. Today, she is still apprehensive of strong thunderstorms and loud noises such as gun shots (we live in the country where people like target practice), but has made great strides in her confidence. Momma loves to go on walks or romp and play. For more information on Momma, or to make her part of your family, please email us at email@example.com. PLEASE NOTE: Adopters are only considered with a completed application. Please visit www.bullmastiff.us/rescue to apply. Remember - Adoption is always the best option! If you can't help by adopting a homeless Bullmastiff, please consider making a donation to ABA Rescue Services. (Less)
American Bullmastiff Association Rescue Service
Fayetteville, AR MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Bullmastiff in Arkansas|
Bullmastiff Dogs can make good pets in Arkansas if they match your IifestyIe. The Bullmastiff is a large, powerful dog related to the English Bulldog. Bullmastiffs are very loyal and devoted to their families. Bullmastiffs are very protective and make good guard dogs. A Bullmastiff is a good family pet and gets along well with children, but should be supervised with little ones because of its large size. Bullmastiffs need firm masters. Bullmastiffs need attention and to be treated like part of the family; they should not be left alone. Bullmastiffs may be lazy and not enjoy exercise but need a daily walk and should not be allowed to put on too much excess weight. A Bullmastiff can live in an apartment if it gets enough daily exercise.
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