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Meet Bear- Bear is in our rescue because he had no where to go and after being adopted when he was a puppy he was returned to the rescue as a adult. Bear was with a different rescue and we offered to take him on to seee if we can help this sweet guy to find a forever home. Bear loves to play and run and can go jogging or for long walks with no problems. He is 4 yrs old and 1/2 corso 1/2 ddb and that is why he is red and has gray on his face and around his eyes. He has alwasy even as a pup looked like that and that is the breeding and the colors of both breeds combined. Bear will be fine with a large breed female and we have not tested him with small dogs or cats. Bear is fine with children over the age of 2 yrs and is crate trained and house trained. He is only about 100 to 105 lbs right now and could use a few more pounds. He just seems a little sad right now as he was in a foster home for the last year and now he is in…


Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary color: Red, Chestnut or Orange • Coat length: Short


Canine Rescue Coalition (AZ Mastiff Rescue), Glendale, AZ

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