Annalyce was saving by a Pug rescue program because of her loving personality. She was heartworm positive at the time. After being picked up at animal control, she was whisked off to the clinic to undergo heartworm treatment. We didn't know at that time that she was days into a pregnancy. Since in rescue, Annalyce has delivered 10 puppies. All but one has survived and are currently in the adoption program. She was a wonderful mother. We were thrilled with how loving and attentive she was to such a large litter. Thankfully, this is the last litter that she will ever have to give birth to.
We have attempted to piece her past together based on statements made by others - and we believe that Annalyce was used as a breeding machine and bait dog. Due to these circumstances, we will require that the home she goes to does not have children or other animals. You must be an experienced bully owner. She does love both men and women. She bonds deeply and loves attention, belly rubs and ear scratches. She is food driven but has shown no aggression at the rescue over food.
Now it is Annalyce's time. Her time to shine and become the center of someone's universe. She has been placed in our foster to adopt program so that she can finish her heartworm treatment at the rescue's expense. Therefore, potential adopters should be in close proximity to Easton, MD - or willing to drive her to Easton for appointments (there will be 2 treatments - one requiring an overnight stay at the clinic). She will also be required to take an obedience class with her adopter following adoption to make sure she makes a successful transition into her happily ever after.
Her adoption fee is $350. Our application can be found at www.celebratingpugs.com In the comments of your application please tell us what your bully experience is.
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