~Lily~ English Bulldog Available for Adoption in Indiana
Lily is an Owner Surrender
Intake Date: 08/06/2015
Last Update: 09/18/15
Age: 6 years
Gender: Unaltered Female
Weight: 32 lbs
Energy Level: Medium
Good with other dogs: Unknown
Good with cats: Unknown
Good with kids: Yes
Object Aggression: None found. Previous mom said she was aggressive with food and toys when around other dogs.
Special Needs: None
Medications: Just started an eye drop and Prosac, both of which should be temporary.
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Adoption fee: $450
Shipping: IBR does not ship bullies
Finally a bully small enough to fit in your carryon bag! Lily is 32 lbs and mostly brindle with a white face. She is very small and very cute. The best thing about her is her love of people and her desire to be around them. She loves going for car rides and going on walks.
Lily is on owner surrender that spent her life with a work from home mom and then her life changed when her human dad came home from deployment and then along came a fur brother and then a baby. Lily started blaming the fur brother for the loss of attention to her and got aggressive with both brothers she had (one was a larger bulldog and the other comparable size).
As she settles into her foster home, where she loves her new foster mom, it has been noted that she is ok with one of her foster brothers, but aggressive with the other. The one she tolerates is a very submissive non bulldog. I say tolerate because she doesn't care about him at all. She ignores him for the most part because all she cares about is her human. Her other foster is a dominate, aggressive male that is 2.5 times her size, and as soon as she makes one bark or sniff at him (through a gate or a crate of course) he goes nut. She shows no fear, so with that being said, Lily may be okay with a fur sibling if the other dog is very submissive and does not intrude on her space (especially her time with her human).
Lily will need a partial entropian surgery that will hopefully finally correct her irritated eyes. She also just started an anti anxiety medication that will hopefully calm her down and allow her to get used to all the changes and adjust to being left alone and has no human to be with. Who can blame her for feeling this way?! She used to be with someone 24/7 and that was just recently taken from her. Lily needs a human that is a devoted to her, and she will be to them. She is truly a gem and is all smiles. All she wants is a forever human to call her own!
Lily is not recommended for homes that have other dogs. She is very affectionate to her humans and wants to be the only dog. She will need a family that can spend lots of time with her as she is anxious from the transition she made from a work from home family to a 9-5 home. Otherwise she is very gentle natured with humans and is easy to care for overall. She is on Prozac for her separation anxiety which will hopefully be for a temporary period of time until she adjusts to her new lifestyle and environment.
HOW TO ADOPT:
Please view the adoption process and fill out an application at their website ---> indianabulldogrescue.com
To view more available English Bulldogs from this rescue, click this link ---> Indiana Bulldog Rescue
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