Bree is a beautiful dark fawn with a black mask with graying. She weighs 25 lbs and her DOB is 12/25/2006 which makes her 8 yrs old. Bree is loving her life away from the “puppy mill” life. She has learned that playing, running free outside and getting belly rubs is just the best. Bree is a reserved frenchie but does get along great with all of her foster furfriends. She prefers and does best in a quite home atmosphere. Bree would love to find a retired person to call her own. She is house trained but her new family needs to let her outside first thing in the morning, periodically throughout the day and right before bed. She is a very loving girl and can be in a home with another doggie if that doggie is also calm and not aggressive toward her. She would prefer a home that has a fenced area for her so that she can play and potty; however, she does walk nicely with a harness and leash. She would do fine in a home with children over the age of 10 years and that have been taught how to treat dogs. If you are interested in caring for and loving this well behaved and beautiful girl, please go to www.btralabama.org and review our adoption process. P rior French Bulldog experience is a plus. BTRA will do adoptions beyond our usual area of MS, AL, GA, TN and northwest FL. You must provide us the name and contact information for a reputable rescue in your area that is willing to do an on-site home visit for us. The adopting family and the dog must be a perfect fit. We do not ship or otherwise transport our dogs so you have to be willing to travel both ways in case the adoption does not work out. Our dogs cannot be flown if the airline requires them to be in cargo.
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