Transfered to HugABull
March 11 2011 update:
The Comox Valley & District Branch staff are pleased to share the news that Bronson has joined his fellow pit bulls at the HugABull Advocacy and Rescue Society. Good luck, Bronson! We hope you find your "forever home" soon.
Hi, my name is Bronson.
As you can tell by my name, I am a big boy.
I came to the Comox Valley & District Branch of the BC SPCA as a stray one morning in early November.
When I came in I was very itchy. I had fleas all over me - even on my eyes. After a nice warm bath and some flea treatment, I felt better almost instantly. That night, I had a nice warm sleep.
The next day, I began my long treatment for severe skin and ear infections. After that was all finally over, I had to be neutered and have one of my nipples removed.
Now, I am ready to find my new forever home. I can be quite excitable and have lots of energy. When I go out for walk I wear a gentle leader because it helps me walk like a real gentleman.
I am learning basic obedience here at the shelter. I would love to go doggy school with my new guardian so we can get to know each other and meet new friends.
I do have some separation anxiety, but I know together we could make it work. Once I settle in after a nice walk, I love to CUDDLE and enjoy a good brushing. My ears will probably have to continue to be cleaned every now and again to avoid another infection.
I have gotten along with the other dogs I have met so far, and I love to play. I don’t seem to mind cats.... when I see them through the window.
Sometimes people judge me by my breed and not my personality. I have been told by all the staff that I am a BIG LOVE! I also LOVE licking faces!
If you have any other questions or would like to meet me, please ask the Comox Valley & District Branch staff.
Hope to see you soon!
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