Oakley came to rescue from a backyard breeder. He is a handsome French bulldog. He weighs 22 lbs and his DOB is 9/2/2005 which makes him 10years of age. He has a beautiful chocolate and white coat. He has been neutered, fully vaccinated including rabies, dewclaws removed, nares widened, teeth cleaned, heartworm negative, receives monthly heartworm preventive and is microchipped. Being a senior citizen, he is a quiet and reserved boy that would rather be with his family than running and playing. Since he lived the first 10 years in deplorable conditions, he is still working on his crate and house training but if his new family will let him outside first thing in the morning, several times during the day and right before bed time he will continue to improve. Oakley MUST have a fenced yard to potty and walk around. He would love to be adopted with his brother, Tex, to a family that is retired and can give them all of their love and attention. He is very laid back and not aggressive. He will need a family that is willing to be gentle and kind teaching him their routine. He and Tex are fed in their crates so both get an equal share in the food. He has never been around small children but should do fine with children at least 12 years of age IF they have been accustomed to having pets and how to treat them. Prior French bulldog experience is a plus and will be given priority. 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 handsome and fun loving frenchie, please go to www.btralabama.org and complete an adoption application.
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