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Adopt Zeus

Male Adult Cane Corso / Mastiff

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Heart of Gold's Shelter

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About Zeus

Meet Zeus! This beastly boy is a whole lot of dog! Although he weighed 97lbs at transfer, this big boy still qualified as emaciated and was on our weight gain program to bring him up to speed! He is thriving with a healthy appetite and is well over 100lbs at full weight! As a large breed dog, Zeus will require a firm and assertive leader. Give him an inch and he'll take a mile! Experience with large breed dogs is a must for his future home! Zeus loves to be rubbed and scratched all over. His favorite way of asking for a body scratch and rub is to park and plop his giant body right in front of us, glancing expectantly behind him. We are happy to oblige!

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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