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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-28-00834Harry (male)

Bullmastiff Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Meet Harry! He is a mastiff/hound mix, estimated to be around 3 years old, 75 pounds and has a moderate energy level. This handsome, brindle fella is quite the looker and has gone through quite the transformation! You see, Harry wasn't always so hairy. When CRI volunteers rescued this beautiful boy he was covered in fleas and was bald from dermatitis and mange. He was emaciated and sickly, but still very sweet, friendly and looking for someone to call family. After his initial exam with his vet he was placed in a boarding facility where he healed from his wounds and his hair started growing back in to show us his true colors; brindle to ... (Read More)be exact. After he was given some time to recover and learned some basic training, he went into our HEEL program where he learned how to interact with teenagers who needed a fresh start too. He passed this class with flying colors, attended a graduation ceremony, has spent some time in a foster home and is now eagerly awaiting his forever family! Harry is a lover and will follow his people to the ends of the earth! He likes to snuggle up on the couch with his head resting right on your lap or to lie at your feet while you work. He is a social guy and would enjoy doggy daycare, dog parks and running errands. This guy really would like to live with another big dog or at least a dog closer to his size than the Chihuahua he currently lives with, so he could play! His current buddy is just not a good match for him since he's about 10 times larger. He also currently lives with cats, but Harry would likely do better in a home without them. Harry can be a little shy with strangers depending on the situation, but quickly warms up to them. He does well with the adults and the teens at the HEEL program, but hasn't been around many small children. We think a household with older kids would be better for Harry since he still can get a little nervous with chaos and loud noises. This is no surprise considering where he used to live was noisy and very dangerous for a stray. He is still a young guy with plenty of energy and very much looks forward to his morning walks -he even walks with a backpack on-and other adventures. He will need a home where he can get out and enjoy walks, dog parks and any other exercise that his human friends participate in. He's not a guy that wants to sit at home all day, although he does enjoy some couch time each evening too. Harry clearly didn't have a suitcase of belongings when he was rescued, so now that he is figuring out that he has his own stuff, he can get a little possessive of it if he feels someone else is checking it out. This is another reason why Harry would prefer a house without little pets or little people. Harry is eager to please and can sit, stay, lie down, and 'bang' (HEEL program's version of play dead). His favorite treat is cheese and he would learn many new tricks if you would supply him with just a few bites! He is EXCELLENT with his leash walking! He's been trained to stay on the left side of someone and does so very nicely. He can get overwhelmed easily with too many traffic noises and some strangers, so a new family should be aware of that and help him continue to learn that he is safe out in the world. He has been working so hard on this and has already made amazing progress with his foster family. Harry enjoys having his own crate because it is a place he knows is safe when his people are away. Harry is ready to continue his journey with his forever family, so please consider this big, sweet boy today! Harry is currently living with a foster mom in Seattle. Harry's adoption fee is $150. If you would like to adopt Harry, please visit our website at and submit an online adoption application under the More Information tab. If you have any questions, please email Thank you! (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Corridor Rescue
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PIease Read Before Adopting a Bullmastiff in Washington
    Bullmastiff Dogs can make good pets in Washington 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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lnteresting Bullmastiff Trivia Low-Cost Washington Spay & Neuter Clinics
    The Bullmastiff was first bred to track down and catch poachers. Rather than attacking, a Bullmastiff will knock down an intruder and then pin him down. Bullmastiffs date back to the late eighteenth century. Bullmastiffs are used for police work.

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Washington Animal Rescue
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King County - Bellevue, Washington 98005
Bellevue Neuter and Vaccination Clinic 206-455-2826

King County - Bellevue, WA 98005
Humane Society for Seattle/King County 425-641-0080

King County - Seattle 98119
Seattle Animal Shelter Clinic 206-386-4260

King County - Seattle, WA 98125
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project 206-528-8125

King County - Seattle, WA 98155
Spay/Neuter Clinic 206-362-0505

Snohomish County - Arlington 98223
Purrfect Pals 360-652-9611

Whatcom County - Bellingham, WA 98225
Whatcom Voice of the Animals 360-650-0556

Whatcom County - Bellingham 98226
Whatcom Humane Society 360-733-2080

Whatcom County - Bellingham 98227
Alternative Humane Society 360-671-7445

Skagit County - Burlington, WA 98233
SPOT (Saving Pets One at a Time) 360-336-5388

Skagit County - Burlington 98233
Humane Society of Skagit Valley 360-757-0445

Island County - Coupeville 98239
WAIF 360-678-5816

Island County - Langley 98260
Oasis for Animals 360-321-4142

Snohomish County - Sultan, Washington 98294
Pasado's Safe Haven Spay Station 360-793-9393

Pierce County - Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Peninsula Spay/Neuter Project 253-884-1543

Columbia County - Kennewick, WA 99336
Basin Animal Rescue & Protection Agency 509-396-2794

Kitsap County - Bremerton, Washington 98337
Animal Rescue Families 360-698-6576

Clallum County - Port Angeles, WA 98363
Clallum County Humane Society 360-457-8206

Clallam County - Sequim 98382
Peninsula Friends of Animals 360-452-0414

Pierce County - Tacoma 98409
Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce 253-383-2733

Skamania County - Underwood, WA 98651
PROD 509-538-2397

Kittitas County - Ellensburg, Washington 98926
Kittitas County Friends of Animals 509-962-6628

Whitman County - Pullman 99163
Whitman County Humane Society 509-332-2246

Spokane County - Spokane, Washington 99212
Pet Savers Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic 509-924-7826

Spokane County - Spokane, Washington 99217
Spokane Humane Society 509-467-5235

Benton County - Kennewick, WA 99336
Benton Franklin Humane Society 509-374-4235

Benton County - Richland, Washington 99352
POPP (Pet Over-Population Prevention) 509-943-4722

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