Saint is a gentle giant, he is a loving, full blood, registered American Bulldog. I got saint as a puppy in 2017, he is now 5 years old and full of energy (When he's not napping). I got Saint during college and truthfully did not understand the responsibility of owning a large dog. I love him to death but sometimes we must let go of the things we love and saint deserves a life outside of the backyard fence. We have a family ranch in the pan handle of Texas and it is a home like that he truly deserves. Free to lay on the porch all day long with no fence in site and then enjoy a walk down the dirt road in the evenings. Saint is nothing short of a loyal companion, he is great with kids, takes kindly to strangers, but will guard his home if an intruder comes about. He has never bitten a single person or even acted in aggression towards a person except for one time when somebody jumped over our backyard fence. We do have a smaller dog (Jeff) that saint has lived with for the past 4 years and they are like brothers, they get along great except for an occasional fight over food or attention due to both being mail dogs. Saint is good with other dogs but is the dominant one of the pack and I believe would live best as the only dog in the house. Saint has a one in a million personality and to anyone that has the space and time for a large dog he will be your best friend for life. He does have skin issues that sometimes come about causing itchy bald spots but are cured with a round of antibiotics and steroid shot. I will not consider anyone for adopting that does not have at the very least a very large yard.