Bruno is a 1-year, 7-month-old male Old Tyne Bulldog cross, with a striking red and white coat.

Bruno’s journey into rescue began as a result of a welfare case, having spent most of his early years in kennels awaiting a new home.

Despite this, he received extensive socialization and even acted as a “stooge dog” to assess others due to his friendly nature towards fellow canines.

Bruno is remarkably clean and housetrained, a testament to his adaptability and previous care.

Initially possessive over toys, he has since shown a playful side, particularly enjoying interactive play and engaging in ‘conversations’ during tug-of-war sessions.

His favourite pastimes include cuddling on the sofa and spending quality time with his humans outdoors or relaxing in front of the TV.

Outdoors, Bruno displays a friendly demeanor, showing no concern towards cats and eagerly greeting both dogs and people he encounters.

He thrives on social interaction and is described as exceptionally amiable. Bruno’s friendly disposition extends to children, having been around youngsters aged 5 and older without issue.

On walks, Bruno behaves well on the lead, making him a pleasure to walk.

While not crate trained, he has shown no destructive tendencies when left alone for periods of up to 6-7 hours. There have been no instances of reactive or aggressive behaviour noted in Bruno.

In terms of diet, Bruno is fed a raw food diet, ensuring he receives balanced nutrition.

He stands at 21.0 inches at the withers and weighs 35.0 kilograms.

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Team Ilbrey K9 Partners
Team Ilbrey K9 Partners

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Team Ilbrey K9 Partners, please email k9partners@gmail.com 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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