Missy the Dainty American Bulldog – ADOPTED
8/2017: Looking for a foster home or adopter. 3 years old, 60 lbs. American bulldog. Good with kids!
Adopter had a change in his life and cannot keep her. About 2 years ago, Missy was found running loose in the subzero New England temperatures, malnourished and underweight. After 2 weeks of searching for her former family, no one claimed her. She was left abandoned- just a lonely scared puppy.
At 3 years old and 60 lbs, Missy, an stunning white American Bulldog, always was and continues to be sweet and loving to whoever came to care for her, full of kisses and a yodeling bark. Missy is very affectionate- providing endless kisses and snuggles in bed. She loves to lay on your lap too!
Missy has a lot of energy and loves to run; she eats well and will even sit on the chair at the table with you like a human. She is a very family oriented dog and loves to be around people. Due to her past abandonment, Missy prefers to be around humans, attention, and love. When you are not home, Missy patiently waits for you in her crate. Oh, and Missy loves baths, walks, and to chew on her toys. She has a toy box full of toys to keep her occupied; but, plastic bottles are her toy of choice.
As far as we know, Missy has never been around small children. She does do well around kids 10 years and older. Around cats, she hasn’t hurt them. She just does not realize know her own strength, as most of these mush balls tend to do. Missy should be the only dog in the home, as she prefers to be the only beloved canine in the home.
Missy is a wonderful dog and will be a devoted guard dog protecting her owner. She is a very happy dog and yodels instead of barking when greeting you- truly a unique and special young girl.
From Twenty Paws Rescue.
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