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Find a Friend: Django the American Bulldog

Django is an American Bulldog that comes housebroken, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and more. To meet and adopt this cool canine scholar, contact SecondChanceFriends.org or find them on Facebook@SecondChanceFriendsInc. [Photo courtesy of Second Chance Friends]
Django is an American Bulldog that comes housebroken, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and more. To meet and adopt this cool canine scholar, contact SecondChanceFriends.org or find them on Facebook@SecondChanceFriendsInc. [Photo courtesy of Second Chance Friends]
Published Aug. 14, 2019

It's not that Django thinks he's too cool for heading back to school. It's just a matter of reassuring this large lover boy about recess. Django is an AP student, an "advanced pooch" of 8 years that's well-mannered, playful and social. He loves toys, people, dogs of all shapes and sizes — and even some cats. Django's been through a tough journey and emerged as a Velcro-companion with an endearing desire to be by your side. This large American Bulldog comes housebroken, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and more (sun shades optional). To meet and adopt this cool canine scholar, contact SecondChanceFriends.org or find them on Facebook@SecondChanceFriendsInc.

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