Meet Mack!

Mack was born in November 2006. His mother was brought to us by a homeless man when she was very pregnant and very thin. All the puppies have been successfully adopted except for Mack.

He is now a well behaved young boy who loves to play with other dogs and would like a home with a young, female playmate. He also loves children and does very well with cats. Mack needs an owner who will continue his training and has had dog experience before.

American Bulldogs are an assertive breed but are gentle and loving with family members. They are intelligent, sensitive and generally quite calm. Mack knows how to sit, lay down, stay and come when called. He is housetrained and crate trained.

Mack is currently being cared for by People's Anti Cruelty Association /Albuquerque Animal Rescue (PACA), a No-Kill rescue group, was founded in 1973. Our main mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehouse homeless dogs and cats. PACA has no shelter facility and relies on an organized network of foster parents who graciously take animals into their homes and hearts until permanent homes are found.

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