Meet adoptable deaf 16 month old American Bulldog mix Titus who is looking for a loving forever home with someone who will cherish him, make positive reinforcement training/socialization a priority and always keep him safe.

From his foster: This beautiful boy is 16 months old. I got from a mutual family friend that ultimately did not know he was deaf. I was told he was headed to the pound because they had no experience with deaf dogs. That was not fair to me in my head so the least I thought I could do was bring him into my home and train him to hopefully be ready for a forever home. I got him in April of 2020 and my gosh he is one of the most loving and joyful pups I’ve ever had. He is great with other dogs and children. I would say as long as the dogs are younger my other dog loves him but can play a little rough and she gets tired fast. I taught him to sign cues for “lay down”, “stay”, “sit”, “kennel’  and few other cues in sign language unfortunately I’m not sure if they are correct signs but it’s what he knows.

The reason I can no longer keep him and I am looking for a loving home for him where he will get exercise, have someone to play with, get additional training/socialization/enrichment so he can be the best he can be. My plan from the beginning was to find him a forever home and now that work is taking up so much of my time it is time for Titus to find his forever home.   Titus has never chewed up something he wasn’t suppose to except his bed. He is definitely a power chewer on his toys and loves to play. I just want him to go to an amazing home with a yard big enough for him to run around speaking of he can jump fences but he has not done that since June. It would help if you have a six foot fence.