April 13, 2021 2 min read
This sweet pibble mix found himself in kennel 007 around the time Sean Connery passed away, so the rescue team decided the name "Sean Connery" would be a good fit. He's certainly handsome enough for the role.
Unfortunately, this amazing movie star pup has been at Pets in Need rescue in Palo Alto, CA for far too long. It's possible people are nervous about his breed, as he presents as a pit bull type dog. Or maybe it's his size, as he's a beefy 74 lbs. But Sean Connery is a sweet dog who is great with people, none of that should be a deterrent to the right family.
He's playful and has tons of energy. He gets the zoomies when he goes to the park, but he's a champion of leash walking on his way there. He enjoys playing fetch more than anything in the world. If you've got an active lifestyle, he might just fit right in.
Of course, Sean Connery is down for snuggles once he gets back from running around. He's pretty much the perfect pup. The only catch is that he needs to be the only dog in the house, as he doesn't get along with other dogs too well. However, the volunteers at the rescue say that he is not reactive when on leash, so you can safely walk him past other pups with enough space.
Also, due to his high energy and size, it's recommended that Sean Connery's forever family not have any young children in the house.
The perfect home is out there for this sweet pup. Let's spread the word and find Sean Connery his forever family!
Name: Sean Connery
Age: Around 5 years old
Weight: 74 pounds
Location: Palo Alto, CALink to adopt: https://www.petsinneed.org/dogs/seanconnery
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