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Pawsome Pop looking for his furever home

Pop
This beautiful, lovable, and goofy young Bullmastiff just wants what every dog wants: a safe and comfortable home where he can be loved.

This pawsome pup named Pop is bright, active, a little bit goofy and ready to adopt at Bundaberg RSPCA.

The beautiful, lovable, and goofy young Bullmastiff just wants what every dog wants: a safe and comfortable home where he can be loved.

At just one year old, this large pup is still getting used to his size and, while appearing goofy, has a laser focus stemming from his will to please.

It’s that laser focus which would flourish with regular stimulating mental training.

The staff at Bundaberg RSPCA have already made progress on good manners like sit, down, and stay, and have been working on training games designed to encourage restraint with his body movements.

Pop has made dog friends before and would do well with a fun-loving, energetic sibling of a similar size, but not a small breed.

Because of his size, goofy lack of coordination and tendency to do 100kph zoomies around the back yard, Pop would be suited for children 12 years and over.

Pop has been desexed, microchipped, wormed, flea treated, and had a full health check with our friendly vets and he is currently up to date on all his vaccinations.

Pop the pup would love to join a world where people are happy to exercise both his body and his mind.

Breed: Bullmastiff (Mixed)

Gender: Male                       

Age: One                  

Adoption price: $350

For more information about Pop click here

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