Corky is here in Florida and he's a dream boat. He is such a sweet gentleman and steals the hearts of everyone who has the pleasure of meeting him. He had a rough start and was tossed like trash along the side of the road. A farmer called an advocate and said someone tossed a blind dog on the side of the road. It took days to find him hiding in the woods. He was almost blind and surviving on road kill and rocks until he was found.
Well Corky has undergone surgery where he had some suspicious masses removed including the one hanging from his chin. He has been neutered, vaccinated and now has a clean bill of health. Corky is ready for his new family to love him forever and ever. Corky gets along with dogs and children but hasn't yet been tested with cats. We think he'll pass the cat test with flying colors because he is such a 'gentle' man!
If you are interested in giving Corky his happily ever after, please submit an adoption application at www.americanbulldogrescue.org. It is our policy at American Bulldog Rescue not to place the same gender dogs in a home. Adoptions are most successful and harmonious with opposite genders. Please also note: No one will be considered without first submitting an adoption application. Our dogs are in homes and only approved adopters can meet them. Once approved, you can meet any dog you like that would be a good fit for you/your family.
PLEASE READ: Adopters will not be considered without completing an application. Please visit www.AmericanBulldogRescue.org to apply! Remember - Adoption is always the best option! If you can't help by adopting a homeless pet, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to American Bulldog Rescue, 4 Terry Drive, Suite 1D Newtown, PA 18940 or paypal AmericanBulldogRescue@verizon.net. We cannot place dogs in homes with children under 10 unless that dog has lived with kids or is in a foster home with kids. Thank you.
To be considered for adoption, you must apply using our free, online application. Our dogs are fostered in our volunteers' homes, not in a central shelter/location. Only approved applicants are put into contact with the foster family to setup a meeting with the foster dog. Visit our Adoption Policies web page for more information and a link to our application: http://americanbulldogrescue.org/adoption-policies/.
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