Max Needs A Home

After 10 weeks of basic obedience training,
Max needs a forever home.

Max is a 105 pounds of pure love and affection.
This beautiful15 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier/ mix
loves all people, especially women and children.

His story is unique. He lived in a home full of domestic
violence. Every time the dad would verbally abuse the kids or get ugly
with the mom, Max would get in between them and growl
at the abusive dad. So one day the dad took Max to the pound and left him there, despite the families objections.

Max truly is a special boy.
He’s extremely responsive to the humans in his life.
All he wants to do is hang out and be loved in a
loving environment.

He’s very calm and relaxed.
His grooming and exercise requirements are minimal.
He loves to play, eat, sleep, and cuddle.
He’d make a great watch dog and protector if danger presents itself.

His only issue is he doesn’t like other dogs or small animals.
He will go after them.

He needs a fenced yard and a home with no other pets.
He’s a ”home body” in every sense of the word.
Once he gets comfortable with his new home and environment,
he is the absolute dream dog.

He knows all his basic commands:
Leave it

He also knows:
Stand stay
Break (go potty)
Take it
Drop it
Let’s go outside
Let’s go home
Go see
Paws up
Open the door
Pick it up
Focus (eye contact)
Open (opens mouth)
Let’s play

Max has huge potential and is smart enough to learn anything you’re
willing to teach.

It breaks my heart to think of him having to go back to that loud
shelter and being locked up after ten weeks of 24-7 love, affection,
and top notch training.

If you want this AWESOME dog, goto:
and make it happen!

Someone is going to get a steal when they get Max…


Steven Jennings

PS – Check out my ebook called Immaculate Obedience: How To Train Any Dog


Author: Steven & Suzie Jennings

She was raised as a Mormon, and he is a convict serving 43 years in prison. This blog offers a glimpse into two vastly different worlds that somehow came crashing together. Join them on their journey through prison life & married life.

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