He’s a boxer/shepherd too calm to box and a strapping southern boy too polite to be anything but house trained. At 4 years old Bubba’s disposition’s as grand as his strong, sculpted body — a tug of war with his favorite rope toy’s as close as he comes to conflict; he’ll roll on his back for a delicious belly rub, give an XL size kiss, then gallop away just to show off and come back — all without bumping you — he understands his size and behaves accordingly. “Plays well with others” is a Bubba-understatement; he enjoys dogs pals and is respectfully adoring of kids, his leash-walking’s a thing of beauty, and he loves to learn, he’s already been taught him to “sit” and “lie down.” Bubba’s niceness knows no bounds but a fence won’t hold him if he feels neglected; he sees himself as a cherished member of your family, an inside-outside son who’ll quietly remind you to keep your feet off the coffee table. Meet your new forever-unflappable friend and see how fun good manners can be; Bubba’s here to have and to hold, you won’t take home a finer prize.
In golf lingo “mulligan” means a do-over, but no creative second chance is needed for this pristinely beautiful youth; at 11 months our Mulligan’s half shy, half lover-boy and 100% breathtaking, all in his own tender way. Mulligan was turned in because his owner had “too many animals;” he’ll hesitate only for a second before showing you that beneath his forever-small frame his affection’s as dreamily abundant as his long downy coat. Mulligan’s gentle, intelligent, appreciative, and fine with other pets — the gift of a lifetime for your kids or your opportunity to return the rarefied warmth of a porcelain-perfect cat. See that the first time’s a charm when it comes to meeting Mulligan, and don’t even bother to hold onto your heart — it’s already his.