Massive Bullmastiff Adopted At Sacramento SPCA In Hours – But An Even Bigger Dog Is Now Looking For A Home – CBS Sacramento
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – It took just hours for a massive Bullmastiff mix to find his forever home at the Sacramento SPCA – and now an even bigger dog is set to be up for adoption.
Dom, a 185-pound pooch who the Sacramento SPCA believes is about six years old, had just been put up for adoption on Friday. And Dom found a new family less than 24 hours later.
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The Sacramento SPCA said Dom needs to spend a few more days at the shelter so he can be spayed before leaving with his new family.
Dom had arrived at the shelter as a stray, but he didn’t come alone. According to the shelter, Kenai – a 191-pound Malamute mix – also arrived at the same time as a stray.
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“Malamutes are pretty big dogs, but he’s got a little bit more fluff, too,” the Sacramento SPCA said of Kenai.
Kenai is expected to be put up for adoption on Saturday.
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The Sacramento SPCA is currently running a 30-for-30 promotion that will reduce adoption fees to $30 for any dog over 30 pounds — that’s $80 off the normal price.