top

My name is Mack!

French Bulldog Dog for adoption in New Bern, North Carolina - Mack
Photo 1 - French Bulldog Dog for adoption in New Bern, North Carolina - Mack
Photo 2 - French Bulldog Dog for adoption in New Bern, North Carolina - Mack
Photo 3 - French Bulldog Dog for adoption in New Bern, North Carolina - Mack
Photo 4 - French Bulldog Dog for adoption in New Bern, North Carolina - Mack
Add me to your favorites

I'm being cared for by:
French Bulldog Last Chance Rescue - NC Foster Home

Facts about Mack

  • Breed: French Bulldog
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: NC
Foster Location: Near New Bern, NC
Age: 8 years
Sex: Male
Weight: 29lbs
Kids: 6 yrs and older
Cats: Not sure
Dogs: See Bio – maybe one Calm, submissive dog only
Adoption fee: $350.00
Fenced Yard: Preferred

Mack is ready to find his perfect forever home!

Mack was surrendered when he got into the, not at all appreciated, habit of bypassing KFC and going straight under the coop and directly for the chickens with whom he grudgingly shared the farm where he lived. His first family couldn’t stop that behavior, so they put him on Craig’s List, and from there a Good Samaritan purchased him. From the looks of things, it was clear he needed to see a vet; so his Good Samaritan made that happen. He was examined and it became obvious he had some kind of underlying health issue given the skin sores, hair loss, and pot belly that he presented with. Eventually, it was determined that he had Cushing’s Disease. It was decided Mack should come into the care of FBLCR where he has been receiving great veterinary and diligent home care. He is doing very well now, although in addition to his Cushing’s, Mack also has chronic dry eye, and some of those little teeth were not so much cute as rotten and have had to be extracted.

Mack would do well in a quiet home, with a fenced yard, and most importantly NO RESIDENT BIRDS. Older children in the household would be ok. Mack can get snarky with other dogs, especially if they come around his crate while he is in it, although he could maybe share his household with a laid-back dog who wouldn’t try to get all up in Mack’s business and/or invade his space.

Mack‘s ideal home, because of his medical issues, would include someone with experience monitoring changes in health and knowing the importance of being consistent with daily supplements, medications, eye drops, and the like. Having a trusted vet who knows how to deal with Cushing’s Disease as it ebbs and flows is also a necessity for Mack‘s future. But here’s a bonus: Mack enjoys going to the vet! We suspect it’s because he is so very handsome and the people there treat him like a rock star.

Mack is house- and crate-trained, which are two great pluses, although he does need a consistent schedule for taking him outside to maintain that housetraining. He is playful in short spurts, but mostly he likes to take walks and snuggle! He loves to snuggle, so anyone who is yearning for a snuggle pup, he’s got you covered! Mack would also be a good companion to take to work, if you have that kind of job, so long as you take frequent snuggle breaks!

If you feel like your family might be the perfect forever home for Mack please fill out an adoption application today!

French Bulldog Last Chance Rescue does not ship dogs as cargo. Adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from the foster family. Please be prepared to pick up Mack in person if you are interested in adopting him!

http://frenchbulldoglastchance.org/adoption-application/

If you’d like to sponsor Mack’s care and donate to French Bulldog Last Chance Rescue, to help us continue helping more French Bulldogs like him, please click the Donate button below!

http://frenchbulldoglastchance.org/donate/

About French Bulldog Last Chance Rescue - NC Foster Home

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a non-profit public charity, staffed solely by volunteers. All of the contributions that we receive go to help defray the costs of caring for and rehabilitating our dogs.

As our name suggests, many of the French Bulldogs that come to us have been turned away by other rescues. We work hard to rehabilitate these dogs prior to placement, and take great care to place them in homes up to the task of caring for them. It's a sad fact that may dogs end up in rescue not because they or their owners or at fault, but only because they were mismatched, with all the pain and failure that a mismatch implies. Please choose your new pets carefully!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Because all of our dogs are fostered in private homes across the United States and Canada, there is no central location where you can visit them. However, we are very careful in our assessment of our dogs' needs and expectations, and very careful in our selection of potential homes for them, so please trust us not to match you up with the wrong dog, to be honest with you when we don't think a particular placement will work!

Our Adoption Process...

We require that any potential adopter provide a completed adoption application and consent to having their veterinary references checked and a home check completed prior to the approval of any adoption. All adoptions must be approved by the foster home. All adoptions are made subject to an adoption contract signed by both the adopter and a representative of the rescue.

These are all French Bulldogs who have lost their homes for one reason or another, and some of them carry emotional or even physical scars. We make sure that any potential adopter is fully informed about the rescue dog he or she wants to adopt. We want every adoptive home to be permanent.

The adoption fees range from $250 to $700 depending on the dog, and each fee is clearly listed on the dog's bio. The fees in no way reflect the actual retail value of our dogs - our dogs are priceless!