Bella Marie came to rescue via a shelter in south Alabama. Apparently, she was surrendered because she attacked a dog. She is a hybrid between a French bulldog and Pug. Obviously, the French bulldog traits are predominate although she did have a tail which has been docked. She is a beautiful frug. She weighs 24 lbs. and her DOB is 3/5/2013 which makes her 22 months old. She has never been bred and has now been spayed, had her nares widened, declaws removed, fully vaccinated including rabies, heartworm negative, receives monthly heartworm preventive and is microchipped. Bella Marie MUST be an only dog and will only be adopted to a family that has NO other dogs or cats. Her coat is white with a fawn marking down the lower portion of her back and tail and she has a black mask. Bella Marie is housetrained and crate trained but her new family will need to let her outside first thing in the morning, several times during the day and right before bed time. Bella Marie MUST have a fenced yard to potty and play. She loves attention and is a very affectionate girl. She loves people and has shown no aggression toward humans. She is very energetic and loves to run and play before settling down for her nap. She is very fond of her antlers. She should do fine with children in the home that are 12 yrs old or older and have been accustomed to having pets and how to treat them. Prior 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. If you are interested in caring for and loving this gorgeous, sweet and fun loving frenchie, please go to www.btralabama.org and complete an adoption application.
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