Bruiser is a lovely dog, however, he has a lot of energy as he is still young (2 In December). He is really giddy and still acts like a puppy. He knows a lot of commands, sit, paw, lay down, bed, fetch etc, he is microchipped, up to date with vaccines etc. Bruiser would be ideal for someone with no or older children as he is very giddy and likes to jump up an fuss, however, he's never hurt anybody and doubt he would. He's very protective especially toward females, and will alert you if he hears someone knocking or outside (which can be annoying! But he keeps us safe!) he's a blue staffie and his mum can be seen, as we also have her. We are sadly having to let him go as we have a small baby, who obviously bruiser is too hyper to be around, after he's been walked he will chill and be perfect, unfortunately due to work and having a baby we don't have time to meet his needs as our garden isn't big enough for all the excersize he needs.