Status Pending Adoption
Intake Type Shelter Pull
Intake Date 2/11/2023
Age 5 Years
Gender Female
Weight 55 lbs
Energy Level Medium/Low
Good w/ other dogs Yes
Good w/cats Yes
Good w/kids Yes
Object aggression None Noted
Special Needs Heart Murmur
Medications Monthly Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative ; Allergy Meds
Crate trained Yes
House Trained Yes
Adoption Fee $500

Abby girl is just the best! She loves to be with her people, and is great with the resident pup & her human brother! She also has the best manners.

She is house trained.  Though she doesn’t really tell you when she has to go (no bark or whine), but she will go to the door and sometimes gets antsy if you aren’t paying attention! She will gladly go in the crate for a treat. Although it’s not her favorite thing, she’s usually snoring away by the time her humans get home. So she settles down just fine.

Although she has been on the couch, she has never tried to get on herself and gladly lays in her bed. At night she would probably love to be snuggled up with her humans, but for now she is sleeping on a dog bed next to her foster parents and seems very content!

She does have some skin allergies and is currently taking medication for it. She is spayed and will have a mass removed soon.  Thankfully it doesn’t bother her any, but it needs to go!

Sweet Abby does have a heart murmur, but until the vet informed us, we had no reason to think she did. She gets tired easily, but bulldogs usually do! She loves to play fetch, but good luck getting it back! She enjoys short walks and looks for you to pick her up if she has to step up any more than a few steps! (Her foster parents only have one step into their home and she seems to be fine with that).

If she really needs your attention, she will paw at you, but she’s still yet to bark at all! She is excited to see you when you get home and will lay wherever you are. She loves to be outside and takes her time when it is time to go potty.

Abby has never met a stranger and loves to get all the pets! She also loves to chew bones and play tug. She gobbles up her food at mealtime but does not go to her foster sister’s bowl even though she is a slower eater and there is usually some in there. She really is such a good girl!   Any family will be lucky to have her join them!