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Wrigley D191423 *Neonate Grad*: PENDING ADOPTION

Bulldog / Male / Baby

Details about Wrigley D191423 *Neonate Grad*: PENDING ADOPTION

  • ID D191423
  • Available for Adoption
  • Dog
  • White with Brown or Chocolate
  • Activity Level: Moderate
  • Good with Dogs: Yes
  • Good with Adults: All
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

More about Wrigley D191423 *Neonate Grad*: PENDING ADOPTION

  • Energy Level: Moderate
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

Name: Wrigley
Age: 8/22/2019
Gender: Male
Breed: Olde English Bulldog
Weight: 15 lbs
Dog friendly: Yes - NEEDS a canine friend
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes
House Trained: PUPPY - Working on it
Crate Trained: TBD
Energy level: Moderate
History: Surrendered due to health issues 

From Wrigley:

Hello! I'm Wrigley a rambunctious little Olde English Bulldog.  I came to rescue from my breeder who wanted the very best for me.  You see I was born and didn't quite grow at the same speed as my siblings.  When they were all tipping 10 pounds I was a wee 1.5 pounder. I've spent the last couple of months being observed and checked out by Secondhand Hounds Vets and a fabulous specialist.  While I have a few quirks medically - example I will likely be prone to a bit of a snotty nose and may be small for my breed - they've determined I'm ready for adoption!  

I do have a few requirements for my new home: 

  • I LOVVVEEEE my canine friends and I will be happiest in a home with at least 1 other dog.  Specifically one that would like to play with me, doesn’t mind snuggling with me, and tolerates my “puppy-ness”.  Big or small, it doesn’t matter, I love them all! 

  • NO SHARED WALLS.  While I’m beginning to do better at being in my kennel I do sometimes bark when I’m lonely.  I’ve heard neighbors with shared walls wouldn’t be so happy about that.

  • Someone that is aware that I’m not a “normal” puppy.  I likely had failure to thrive when I was young and I may always have a few extra health quirks.  For example - often when I drink water it comes back out my nose we’ve done plenty of tests and no one knows why!  It causes me to sneeze more than other dogs but I adjust well. I also may be “snottier” then normal dogs at times but it hasn’t caused me any issues yet. I’m doing awesome now but there is no guarantee that I won’t have issues crop up as I grow.  I need a family that is ok with that and willing to take on “extra” vet care in the future if needed. Then again I may be a perfectly healthy pup forever - no one knows! If you think about it though no pup is guaranteed future health right?  

Fill out an application today to learn even more about me and potentially set up a meet and greet with my foster mom and myself!