We are looking for a home where Vanna will be the only dog and with a family who has experience with bulldog breeds. No small children. Vanna is very healthy and lively for a senior. She has been so loved and cared for her entire life.
From her current owner:
Savannah (Vanna) is a soon to be a 10 year old (8/18/06) female (neutered) microchipped Brindle French Bulldog weighing in at 24 lbs.
She loves me and I love her. A typical day starts with an early rising to breakfast and out to potty after either sleeping on my bed or beside my bed in her bed. She prefers to be under the covers. Sometimes she returns upstairs and goes back to sleep. Other times she stays downstairs with Jim and hangs out. Her temperament is usually great in the mornings.
If I am home she is by my side. If I am working in my office she is by my side in her bed. I use baby gates to keep her in the room with me and avoid having the other dogs surprise her. When I am in the kitchen she is there with me. Several times a day she goes outside to play and potty. With close supervision she can be with the other dogs.
She is very protective of her food so she is fed separately from the other dogs.
She loves squeaky toys and will spend hours trying to “kill” the squeaker. There are only two kinds that last more than five minutes.
She will ambush you with “French” kisses when she greets you.
When we have guests she is usually confined behind a baby gate in my office, restrained or being held by Jim or me. She does not like children or other dogs so taking her for a walk is a challenge.
She loves to ride in the car.
I am very sad to give her up but I know it will be better for all concerned.
The Eastlake Veterinary Clinic (206-328-2675) has cared for her for her whole life. She is current on all her vaccinations. She has had no major health issues. The last being a UTI in fall of 2015.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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