Meet Meg!

Status Adoption Ready
Intake Type Owner Surrender
Intake Date 04/11/2019
Age 18 months
Gender Female
Weight 56 lbs
Energy Level Medium High
Good w/ other dogs Yes
Good w/cats Unknown
Good w/kids Older children only
Object aggression None noted
Special Needs None noted
Medications Monthly Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative
Crate trained Yes
House trained Yes
Adoption Fee $700

Hi everyone, my name is Meg! I’m a healthy one year old fawn and white English Bulldog. My foster mom says I’m a very sweet little lady with lots of love to give! Once I’m comfortable, I’ll soon be your shadow, following you around everywhere you go.

I was surrendered by my previous family because I had a small human sibling and I’d often accidentally knock them over when I would have an excited burst of energy. With that being said, it may be best that I don’t go to a home with small children.

I’m both house and crate trained, but being that I’m still young, when I’m not crated, it’d be best that you take me out regularly to avoid accidents until I’m used to my new schedule.

I’m a total sweetheart, but I’m still working on my listening/obedience skills. The good news is that my foster mom says I have great potential! My foster family always takes me out on a leash, but I don’t really seem to like it. I will try to pull and back out of my harness. Please keep in mind that I’m still very young, playful, and hard-headed, so I’ll need a family who is patient and understanding of my wild side and is willing to help to refine/reinforce my manners.

My family says I should probably have a fenced in yard due to my obedience on a leash and my love for burning off some energy outdoors.

I do really well with my foster sister even though she can get a little sassy with me sometimes. I’m not very confrontational, so when she tries to get snotty or mean, I just walk away. My foster parents aren’t sure whether or not I’d be good around cats or other small animals, because I haven’t had any direct exposure under their watch, so I should probably be introduced to them with caution at first.

I’m sure there is so much more you’d love to know about me or maybe you’d like to meet me in person.

If you’re interested in me, please contact my people.