Age: 3 Yrs. Old
Adoption Fee: $550.00
Special Needs: no
Let me tell you… this is the place for me! I have been bounced around more than a basketball. My first family bought me as a puppy for their son, and well, when the newness wore off, he didn’t want me any longer.
Then I was given to someone’s girlfriend that really didn’t want a Bulldog… she wanted a poodle. Then I was found wandering around town and taken to the shelter. I had a chip so my first family was called. They picked me up, but they still didn’t want me. Sooooo, they found a family that had always had rescue dogs and I joined that family. That was the best thing that could ever have happened to me.
My last family contacted rescue because they knew I was special and had special needs. They wanted me to be adopted by a Bulldog-loving family! This family totally understood me, totally understands rescue, and totally loved me. They cleaned me up, made me smell like a lady and bought me a new collar and leash that are pink.. my favorite color! I was so used to moving I didn’t even unpack my bags. I never found out the reason no one wanted me. I think I’m a great girl! It’s been awhile since I was at a vet’s office, but I am going tomorrow.
So, today is the first day of the rest of my life. My next family is going to love me forever ~ I just know it!
1/7/19 Update: Gypsy landed with us almost a week ago and what a precious girl she is… She has the sweetest, liquid brown eyes and precious, perked-up ears. Curious and happy is the expression you get from her. She is 3 years old, weighs about 55 lbs and settling in nicely with her foster siblings. She’s had a bit of tummy trouble, but with the help of Dr Larsen, she is well on her way to being completely healthy. She loves to eat, nap and get plenty of cuddles. We have noticed she likes to look out the back window for critters that could dare come into her yard. That just adds to her funny personality. Stay tuned for more info on this beauty of a Bulldog!
3/10/19 Update: Gypsy had a fantastic week in her foster home. She’s improving every day on her house training and learning how to be the best possible Bulldog. Gypsy can be playful with you or climb up on the couch to cuddle and take a nap. This girl loves her food and, of course, her toys. Gypsy’s perfect family would have a quieter home, as she tends to be reactive to sudden noises, and one without shared walls because we definitely call her “vocal.” LOL She also gets along very well with all the submissive and mellow dogs in the house. She especially loves her foster brother, Otis, and you can find them cuddling together often. A regular exercise routine keeps this amazing girl happy and sweet. Could she be the best friend you have been looking for?