From: Kentucky

Name: Leviathan
Weight: 78 lbs and 19 3/4 inches tall
Age: 7.5 years old
Gender: Male Neutered
Breed: American bulldog/lab mix
Colour: Reddish Tan with white on chest
Neck size (for collar): 21 inches
Chest circumference (for harness): 32 inches
Height (from top of head): 25 1/2 inches
Length (from nose to base of tail): 35 inches
Crate size recommended: 42″x30″ or 42″x36″

Good with women: Yes
Good with men: Yes
Good with kids: Yes
Good with other dogs: Yes
Good with cats: No
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes
Energy level: Medium
Can be handled/touched: Yes
Barker: No
Flight risk: No
Food aggressive: No
Resource guarding: Yes. Only with bones. No bones, no problem. Great with sharing Kongs and toys.
Current Food: Nutro lamb and brown rice recipe for senior dogs. Four cups a day over 2 meals. Suspected intolerance to chicken, has not been confirmed by the vet yet.
Walks on leash: Yes but heavy pullers for first 5 minutes, then walks nicely
Leash reactive to people or dogs: No
Rides well in car: Yes
Destructive: No
Needs a home with a yard: Would be nice.
Needs a home with another dog: Is bonded with his brother, Leviathan. Tested well with other dogs.
Can live in an apartment: yes

Backstory: their dad fell very sick with cancer. He reached out to a rehoming site and there were no bites. I (Danielle) offered to take these boys, he agreed. The night they were picked up the owner TJ passed away. These boys are seniors and have grown up together, they are brothers. They don’t like cats but are ok with other dogs.

Foster comments: Leviathan likes to tear toys and remove the squeakers. Behemoth is very food motivated, so training is going well. Leviathan always likes to know where you are, so he will follow you everywhere. Both dogs are a huge fan of playing fetch. You just need to pay attention to make sure things do not get too heated. If they get into a scuffle with each other, they go hard, like brothers do.
Even though these dogs are bonded, they do occasionally play rough or get into a fight so the potential adopter should be a strong dog handler.