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Male Adult Mastiff (mixed)

If you have any questions about Seymour, please contact Partnership for Animal Welfare at

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Seymour

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Meet Seymour! He is a 70 lb 2 year old Mastiff mix. This guy is a big hunk of doggie lovin’. He is so sweet and loving that he has quickly become a volunteer favorite. He seems fine with other animals, curious and wants to play. He does well in the car, either watching out the window, or laying his head on the back of the seat. He leans in for lovin’. He is fully grown and on the small side for a Mastiff.  Dispite his size he does not realize that he is too be to be a lap dog.  He will be an awesome family addition, especially for the family that wants a jogging buddy or a buddy to cuddle with on those cool Autumn nights.  Put your application in for this guy before he gets snatched up, you won't be sorry you did!!

We have recently learned that Seymour is not good with Cats.

PAW places animals in the Washington DC Metropolitan area only.



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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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