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Toby is a handsome young bully.
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Bulldog: Chunky White
What a handsome lad! Welcome! No question is too trivial or too complicated and you have come to the right place for information!
Chumly 2002-2014 A gentle soul and the love of my life.
He is a cutie! Thanks for fostering him. He does seem a bit underweight but you can't rush it. As long as it's good quality food you should be ok, if anything maybe go to 1.5 cups twice a day. Rescues that were not used to other animals take a lot of time. I had a horse that I adopted that had only ever seen another horse over the fence and it picked on her. I couldn't take her near another horse without her tensing up, even kicking out at them. It took months to get her "used" to them. Same concept here. He is probably nervous, try and keep interactions calm and quiet. Unfortunately some dogs stuggle to adjust and it may be that he is suited for a one pet family. Time should tell, good luck!
God Bless You for taking in Toby, his Horrible owners did him awful, so Thankful Toby has found Love and an inside home to be with his new Mom and Dad. Toby is one Precious Bully, he is a Cutie Pie.
Welcome! You may find that he might stay aggressive toward other dogs. Mabel has never gotten over it, so we just keep her away from them. It's odd, though. When she is in her stroller she doesn't care about them. Thanks for rescuing this sweet guy!
"Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them and
filling an emptiness we didn't even know we had."