Uno

Uno

Uno has moved on! He was transferred to East Coast Bulldog Rescue in Bethal Park, PA. They have a surplus of applicants and not enough Bulldogs. So we have worked out an agreement to send them dogs from time to time for their approved applicants to adopt. Good luck, buddy! We wish you the best in your new life.
It’s not my fault I wanted to kill the chickens… I was just hungry. All I could think of was how funny it would be to see feathers fly. Come to find out, not everyone in my family thought flying feathers was all that cute. I will say that was the last chicken snack I had.
I hear I will be losing that loving feeling and my days of being a ladies man will soon be over. But I bet I will always like the taste of chicken. So, let’s just say, if you are an urban farmer and have a few chickens around the house or a rooster or two, I am not the dude for you.
I am 3 years old and I think I need to gain about 20 lbs. My head just looks too big for my body! If I turn just right, you can see a rib or two.
There were several other dogs that I lived with and I liked them all. Of course, sometimes they did not like me, but I always tried to walk away. But those chickens? That’s a whole other story. Some saw eggs, yet all I saw was chicken fingers. If you are chicken-free and proud to be, keep an eye on me. I am one cool Uno!
And unfortunately Uno has tested positive for heart worms and will undergo treatment before he is adopted.