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Male Senior American Staffordshire Terrier

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Austin Animal Center

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The shelter can be a pretty stressful place for any dog but it is especially stressful when being surrounded by dogs makes you anxious. And that`s what is going on with Frasier. He is a total love with people, but when he sees other dogs, he becomes overwhelmed. He desperately needs out of the shelter.We have seen this behavior in dogs before, and we know that when we get these pups out of the shelter and in a quiet home environment, they completely thrive. When volunteers take Frasier to one of the shelter`s tiny houses, and it is just him and his person, that`s when we see the real Frasier. The one who leans into you for pets, who gazes at you with adoration, who wags his tail softly in appreciation of your attention.At 11 years old, the shelter is no place for Frasier. He is clearly confused to be here, and we don`t blame him. What does Frasier`s ideal home look like? He needs a home with a fenced yard to call his own. Frasier needs to be the only pet but would love to be doted on by a family - adults only or a family with teenagers. We have no doubt he will seamlessly become a part of your family and you`ll wonder what took you so long to bring him home.Frasier has so many strikes against him: He`s black. He`s a senior. He`s a pittie mix. He has some lumps and bumps. He needs to be the only pet. We need someone who will look past all of that and accept Frasier for who he is, which is a loyal and loving dog who deserves a chance.I weigh approximately 81 lbs. Click here to view my paperwork.

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