Ares – 1-2 year old male American Bully

Ares is a 1-2-year-old male American Bully. He is an absolute sweetheart who pretty much sums this gorgeous boy up.

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Ares is currently in foster with 4 resident dogs which include fellow K9 Partners foster Bailey and K9 Partners veterans Chance and Kingston.

As well as fur siblings, he also has the company of a 2 year old and 17 year old non-furry siblings.

This gorgeous boy has integrated straight into pack and family life like he’s always been here. He is a respectful and keen learner of pack rules and boundaries as well as training with the human side.

We are currently learning lead and social etiquette which again Ares is very receptive and can be excitable but overall very sweet in his approach and listens when being corrected.

We have had zero issues with any aggression of any kind including toys and food with other dogs and both I and 2 year old are able to take anything from him with no problems.

Have had no destructive behavior from Ares, usual puppy nosiness and grabbing odd toys he shouldn’t but nothing that’s not expected from a youngster of his age.

He is fab with kids and great with dogs of all varieties and genders. He is house & crate trained and can be left for up to 4hrs.

He is raw feed and flea & Wormed. He is chipped and fully vaccinated.

Team Ilbrey K9 Partners
Team Ilbrey K9 Partners

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Team Ilbrey K9 Partners, please email or contact 07913 410912.

Team Ilbrey K9 Partners specialise in rescuing large breed dogs, mainly mastiff and bull types, normally under 18 months old.

All come full vacinated, microchipped and neutered if old enough, if not the adoption contract will stipulate that this is done as soon as old and this will be checked up with your vets.

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