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About Mars and Prince Skyy aka Skyy aka Skyyball

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About Mars

My new baby, a loving and super energetic rescue who is in training to become a service dog.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 7 months old
  • Weight: 35lbs
  • Breed: Bullmastiff & PitBull Mix
  • Tracking Chip: No
  • Neutered: No
  • House Trained: Unknown
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Unknown

About Prince Skyy aka Skyy aka Skyyball

This is my spunky, always happy, oldest son.. Skyy! He's 6 years old, born March 27, 2012. He is a sweetheart and a complete lapdog if you let him. He has never bitten anyone since I brought him home at 4months old. He was born with a small hole in his skull, so I love him a little bit more just to fill it. ? He sheds no matter what, so have a lint roller handy if you're gonna love all on him! He's great going on walks, with small kids, people, other dogs and cats as well. He should be leashed when in an unfenced area, as he is super fast on those little legs and can easily slip away if you don't think to cut off his path or attention span quick! Watch him when opening doors leading outside! Barks at the normal things.. other dogs barking, doorbells, knock at the door, sometimes when he knows you're about to leave for a while without him. He does great on car rides too... window halfway down so he can catch some wind or in your lap so he can feel like the captain. Haha. He's a cotton ball of love and he's super spoiled per my fault but it's okay. Ohh... Skyy only shows 'aggression' when other pups sniff too long around his butt or manhood and/or tries to mount him. He will snap only to defend his small self but quickly calms down if you say "Relaaaaxxxxx" and separate. He growls out of anxiety.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 6 years, 4 mo. old
  • Weight: 5lbs
  • Breed: Pomeranian
  • Tracking Chip: Unknown
  • Neutered: No
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Yes