My own page: https://m.facebook.com/WiggleButtBunny/
Hello, my name is Bunny, and I am a 3 year old American Bulldog. I am extremely affectionate, with great disposition, but full of energy. I get really excited when meeting new people or when my humans come into the room, so I treat them to my "Wiggle Butt" Bunny dance. I am so funny that my foster parents created my own page: https://m.facebook.com/WiggleButtBunny/
Sometimes, instead of the dance, I do a little Bunny hop to show my excitement. I am crate trained, but I do need a little work on my leash walking manners. I am extremely smart and know my basic commands ("sit," "stay," "paw," "easy," and "off"). Because of my hops of joy, older kids are a better fit for me. I am always in a playful mood, and love to play tug of war, chasing bouncing balls and being a silly girl! I adore carrots, coconut, apples, squash, bananas, watermelon and peanut butter for treats! I am such a big love that I can't get enough of cuddling and kissing my humans. I sleep in just about anywhere, but love to lay on couches, beds and even on the floor. During the Summer I love to sun bathe.
I want to be the Queen of the house, so it would be best if I were an only dog. I have nothing against doggie friends, but I really prefer to have my own space, both at home and in public. With the other doggies I am not a "touchy-feely" kind of gal, only with my humans.
I am told that I am a very special young lady that would flourish as an only dog, preferably with an experienced handler.
If you are interested in adopting me, please fill out an application at survivortails.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
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