Scarlett is a purebred English Bulldog about 4 years old. Scarlett will only be adopted to a breed experienced home. She is a very sweet dog but has some issues, one of which is that she is VERY dog aggressive. Scarlett might do ok with another very large male dog (much bigger than herself - medium sized dogs will not fair well in her company). We need someone who is physically strong enough and knowledgeable enough, to control Scarlett while on leash. The up side to this "little" girl is that she loves people. Is non-aggressive with people taking toys or food from her, but watch out if its another dog. Because of this, Scarlett will need to go to a home without 2 legged children. Scarlett's ideal home would be with someone who is physically active, has owned English Bulldogs, no other animals in the home and no children. Please DO NOT call about this dog. The online app must be filled out before we can proceed. Scarlett's adoption fee is $250.
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As with most rescue/shelter dogs, he or she may or may not be housebroken, or at the least need a readjustment /re-training period. If you are not able or willing to retrain a dog with housebreaking in a gentle, repetitious manner please DO NOT APPLY. NEW DOGS REQUIRE SPECIAL HANDLING, TIME and CARE. MAKE SURE YOU ARE WILLING TO MAKE THIS COMMITMENT BEFORE APPLYING.
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