Dog of the Week – Manny
Big dog…Big heart…needs you!
Manny is macho dog! The 68-pound brown brindle mutt has a massive face that resembles a French bulldog and a muscular stance, similar to that of an English bulldog. To sum it up- Manny is a brute but despite his massive size, he is a gentle giant. His favorite place is beside you and he’s most content when someone is massaging one of his enormous triangle ears. This laidback guy is content to relax nearby while you’re working on the computer, watching TV or relaxing on the backyard porch. However, the moment you pick up a tennis ball or toy, Manny leaps to his paws and bounces out into the yard for a game of fetch- his absolute favorite pastime (besides leisurely walks and doggy play dates).
Bull dogs aren’t known for being very bright but Manny is extremely obedient and will sit, lie down, and come when you whistle. He is also housetrained and walks are a breeze as he casually strolls next to you.
Manny has been searching for a home FOR 46 DAYS and after sharing all the attention in his previous home with several other pets, he hopes to land a home with someone who will shower him with all the attention.
He is available NOW at the Campus for Compassion located at 1521 West Dobbins Road in Phoenix. His adoption fee is only $35 and includes his neuter surgery and vaccines. For more information call 602-997-7585 x1045 and ask for animal ID number A444060.