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Wrassler and his 3 brothers were abandoned at a construction site in a rural part of South Texas. They found refuge in an 18" culvert pipe and lived there for over a week until they were caught. On the day of their rescue, Wrassler and his brothers Writer, Wrangler and Wrigley, all jumped with joy, gave lots of licks and laid down for a belly rub. Almost 2 months later, Wrassler and his brother Writer are seeking their forever families and we are more than pleased to introduce you to them.
Wrassler is just 6 months old. His DNA results have led us to calling him and his brothers Bullskypoos. He found his joy in the doggie pool almost instantly and will gently hold your hand with his mouth when you're walking together.  He is kind, he is easy, and he adores a lap and a nap. This big boy is the alpha of his litter. He is well respected among his brothers and has a quiet "air" about him. Still waters run deep in this boy's soul and if you stand still long enough, he'll sit at your feet and lean up against your legs to let you know he's right there.
Wrassler is currently 55 pounds and growing! He'll top out close to 70 pounds and he has the extra skin to prove it! He pays no attention to the local farm cats and has gotten used to our resident pair of goats and herd of cattle. 
Wrassler is fully vetted. He's had his Bordetella vaccine, 2 rounds of DHLPP, rabies, is neutered and microchipped. He is on heartworm and flea and tick preventative and has completed our deworming protocol. 
Wrassler will do well in a home with or without another dog. He is not high energy, but he is still a puppy and cannot be left for long periods of time. He is sleeping through the night in his crate and is housetrained.
This boy deserves the best and we seek as good of a catch in an adopter as he and his brothers are.
We transport our dogs up North and out of Texas. We use trusted transport partners to safely deliver them to their families. 


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