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Billy collage

Billy

Age: 5 years

Status: available

Gender: Male

Breed: Large Mixed Breed

Spayed/Neutered: Yes

Special Needs: No

Description:

Contact: Liz - [email protected]

Billy's Story:

Billy’s story:  Billy (formerly Bullet) was surrendered when his family was no longer able to provide for him due to having three young children in the home. They described him as friendly and playful. When you’re home Bullet likes to be in the same room as you. His favorite toys are balls and bones, he likes to play fetch, catch, and chase. He is very trained and rarely has accidents.

Billy’s foster writes, “Billy is a total love bug! Always ready to snuggle and sit by your side, when he looks up at you with his big brown eyes get ready for your heart to melt. He waits patiently in his crate in the morning for a walk and starts wagging his tail the minute I approach. He loves to run and play tug of war. He knows “sit” and is working on “stay” and “fetch.” Preferring to be the only man in your life, Billy would do best in a single pet household. He is working on his reactivity to dogs and needs someone who is patient and ready to work with him on focused walks. He is highly treat motivated, quiet in the house and fully potty trained. Billy will brighten up any day, if he sounds like the dog for you contact ACC today!”

A volunteer writes:, “Billy is the perfect age and the perfect size at 60 pounds and that face! Hold tight to your hearts. And while he waits quietly in his kennel, with only a gentle wag as he waits for his walk, you’ll be seeing stars and hearts. Billy couldn’t be lovelier when he joins me and a fellow volunteer for a walk on a beautiful, sunny day. He sits politely for his treats, and treats – they’re the way to his heart, with a preference for liver please! When it’s time for photos and snuggle Billy is happy to oblige, hopping up to a bench and poising that perfect pout towards the camera so have your Instagram ready for this photogenic boy. And when it’s time to return to his kennel, Billy hops back in without concern, a gentleman right to the end.”