Introducing Mr. Bruiser Jones: The Big Friendly Giant!

Bruiser Jones: A True BFG

This is our dog, Bruiser Jones! He is a big two year old Saint Bernard and German Shepherd mix. About two years ago, we brought Bruiser Jones home from the Dubuque Humane Society. Before we brought him home, he had been living in a small apartment until his owners brought him to the humane society. He currently lives with us on an acreage outside of Cascade. Here, he is able to run as fast as he wants and enjoys the country air! Bruiser enjoys chasing bugs and sneezing on people :). He is a goofball who loves being by people who have a nose strong enough to handle his outdoor dog smell! Bruiser Jones is a true BFG (big friendly giant) who loves being a part of our family - and we love having him as a part of our family!!

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iowamom2269 says ... on Monday, Aug 3 at 2:27 PM

I love big friendly giants, I have one too...check him out his name is momo

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