Yin is the other half of Yang whom has already been adopted. Yin is a four year old female American Bulldog and Hound Mix. She would do well in a dog only active family home without cats. If you are looking for a new best friend, stop by the shelter during business hours and say hello to Yin. She would love to meet you.
This cute boy is named Boyd. Boyd is a four year old American Bulldog mix. Boyd loves to play fetch and gets along with people with a playful attitude. Boyd is full of love and really likes to give kisses. If you are looking for a larger breed forever friend full of loyalty and affection Boyd may just be the dog for you.
Emma is a sweet female American Bulldog mix. She was found stray in Ft. Pierce and needs to put on a bit of weight. Emma is currently being fostered by one of the shelter staff and will be ready for adoption in a few weeks. If you are looking for a new forever friend, Emma may just be the dog you are looking for.
Update: Patches has been adopted.
Patches is a four year old female American Bulldog mix with a sweet disposition. She gets along with other dogs, cats and birds. If you are looking for a very affectionate forever friends Patches may just be the dog for you.
This good looking girl is named Daisy. She was found stray. She looks to be about three years old and seems to have a pleasant disposition. Daisy is housebroken, good with dogs, children and cats. If you are looking for a new forever friend that will love you more then herself Daisy may just be the dog for you.
Update: Bella has been adopted.
Bella is a two year old female American Bulldog mix. She is a pretty brindle color and seems to be a happy dog with a nice disposition. Bella gets along well with other dogs her size and would do well in a home that is cat free. If you’re looking for a new forever friend and would like to meet Bella, stop by the shelter during normal business hours and say hello.
Update: Jill has been adopted.
This good looking girl is named Jill. She is a happy four year old American Bulldog mix. Jill gets along with other dogs her size and seems to have a pleasant disposition. She would probably do best in a home with older children and cat free. If you would like to meet Jill, stop by the shelter during normal business hours and say hello.
Update: Bella has been adopted!
Bella is a ten month old blue nosed American Bulldog. She gets along well with dogs her size and tolerates cats. She has some food aggression issues and needs to be fed alone or in a crate. With proper training and patience this shouldn’t become any lasting issue.
If you would like to meet Bella she is currently being fostered in Martin County. You may contact Ashley Crutcher at 772-333-6227 and she will be happy to answer your questions or set up a meeting with you and Bella.
Update: Titan has been adopted!
This beautiful boy is named Titan. He is a two year old American Bulldog mix. When he first meets you he is a little leery but warms up very fast. He is very affectionate and loving once he gets to know you. Titan would probably do well as an only dog pet and without any cats in the home. If you’re looking for a new forever friend then Titan may be the dog for you.
Update: Caesar has been adopted.
This past weekend a very low class, low life, person brought a male American Bulldog with a horrendous case of mange to the shelter. Since the shelter is severely over capacity this person was given meds and supplies to help the dog. The person was going to take the dog home and nurse it back to health. The only problem was when the person got in the car to leave with the dog, half way across the parking lot they threw the dog out of the car and left with the supplies and meds.
We have named this dog Caesar. As you can probably tell he needs lots of medical attention. If you would like to donate to help Caesar please send your check made payable to:
Dogs & Cats Forever
“Help for Caesar”
4600 Selvitz Road, Fort Pierce 34981
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Dogs & Cats Forever runs on community support and donations. Thank you for helping, no amount is too small!
Update: Bruiser has been adopted.
This fella’s name is Bruiser. He is a seven year old American Bulldog. Bruiser is even tempered and well mannered. Bruiser would do well in a home without cats, or other dogs. Older children would be fine. If you want a lifelong loyal friend whom you could trust better then one of your drinking buddies, stop by the shelter and say hello to Bruiser. He promises to keep the slobber to a minimum.
Sassy is a five year old female American Bulldog. She has a sweet personality and good disposition. She would love to meet you and find a forever home. Please stop by the shelter and say hello to a great dog. Sassy has plenty of love and loyalty to give.
This little guy is named Peanut. We think he is part American Bulldog and part Hound mix. Peanut is just over three years old and is very good natured. He gets along with other dogs and loves to play.
If you’re looking for a smaller dog with some energy that loves to play then Peanut may be a good fit.
Peanut is looking for a forever home and he says he doesn’t eat that much!
Update: Oreo has been adopted.
Oreo is almost three years old. He is a mix of American Bulldog and Mastiff. Oreo’s name used to be Tank and why it’s now Oreo is probably because of his colors but to be honest, this handsome fella is built like an Abrams Tank. However, Oreo is very lovable and affectionate.
Oreo is a special case, his first family gave him up because they couldn’t take care of him. Oreo was Heartworm positive when he came to us. We put him on treatment and now he is good to go.
You will want to understand large dogs and have experience with large breeds. Oreo likes to be the center of attention and will want to be the only dog in the family. Probably no cats either. He loves his family home and may be protective around strangers, so you will want to understand and have experience with these issues. We have had a trainer work with him on leash and he is a good boy who likes to go for walks and is learning good manners. Oreo will need an alpha pack leader he can follow and obey, (you). What you will get in return is a very loving dog who will have your back and love you forever.
I can tell you he’s a very happy dog who comes up to me each day and excitedly gives kisses. I urge you, that if you have experience with large breed dogs to come see Oreo, and get to know him. He will impress you and probably wont mind one bit if you want to call him something more fitting and masculine like Hemi, Hercules, Hulk, Patton, Chesty Puller, Hard Charger, Fire in the hole, Geronimo, Chochise or something better then Oreo. If you like Oreo then he doesn’t mind either. Although he’ll give you a look like “come on man look at me I’m bigger and better then that!”