I did not have a very good start in life. I was left to my own defenses in other words I was abandon in a house for several weeks until Animal Control rescued me. I ended up going to court and won my case yippee for me! The rest is history my life has changed forever for a Seven year old Bulldog.
Walter has come a long way he is a very loving guy he likes to go for small walks, do a little sun bathing, play a little fetch, and loves his bath time. He is up to date on shots, neutered, micro chipped, heart worm negative, crate trained and house broken. Walter would prefer to be an only dog But does get along with others with a slow introduction.
Please read carefully. Walter was not taken care of properly he had a severe tail infection he had to have amputated. His ears are very calcified due from chronic ear infections. Walter’s ears need daily flushing and meds for the rest of his life, you cannot miss a day. He would benefit from a total ear canal ablation both ears this requires removing the ear drum and ear canals. This surgery is intense and lengthy. We feel Walter can live a happy life with his daily flushing and meds. He allows you to medicate he actually enjoys his ear massages.
Now that Mom has told you a little about me. Would you like to meet me? I sure would like to meet you! My requirements I am looking for a couch and just someone to love me and care for me. I promise I won’t let you down.
Please do your research on English Bulldogs. Bulldogs are not for everyone.
If you would like to know more about Walter please go to www.ebrnhouston.com to fill out an app. That is where the process starts.
Adoption fee $250.00
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