found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hi y’all! My name is Sally May and I hail from a puppy mill down south. While I don’t like the cold Chicago weather I sure am glad to be out of the situation I was in. At just four to five months old, I have already had a tough life. CEBR believes I was either dropped or kicked (and the doc confirmed this) when I was younger as I have a right arm that was rather a mess. My wrist is dislocated and because of the injury my radius bone is bowed and twisted making it difficult for me to walk easily. But my 25 pounds will be easier to carry around because CEBR introduced me to a surgeon who performed an Ulnar Ostectomy on my arm. I am recovering now (parumph..I have to remain calm and quiet!) and I should be walking around better soon!
But for now my sweet spirit has to be slowed down a bit. My arm is in a cast and will be for another two weeks. I also have to avoid stairs for six weeks and basically take it easy for two to three months. My foster family has to wrap my cast in plastic so that I can go outside to potty without getting the cast wet. The cast is really heavy but I drag it around as best as I can. I am a very positive little girl, however. I am very loving to my foster family as I don’t want them to feel badly for me. I sleep well during the night and look forward to their love and care, especially the belly rubs. They tell me I am just about perfect, so with my repaired arm, I think I will be! I am also working really hard at the potty training and doing well. I sometimes eat too fast, but hey, I didn’t get to eat the great stuff I am eating now so you can’t blame me! Otherwise, my manners are very good. I am even starting to respond to my given name.
My new family will need to know that I may have to have an additional surgery in the future. The surgeon is unsure, but said because I am still growing, you can’t rule out another surgery. I also have cherry eye which is very common in my breed. I’ll have that fixed eventually. Right now, I just have to get through this recovery!
I want a family that is loving and affectionate. I love my foster dog sister, Macy. I climb on her, nibble her ears, love to be as close as possible to her and she doesn’t mind. I also like to be near my foster family in the same way. I can sit with them for hours and love to be snuggled. I am friendly with all dogs. You should see my butt wiggle when I want to make friends! I haven’t been working on any tricks yet, but I look forward to doing so. I like to chew the occasional shoe, but my family redirects me with an appropriate toy. Overall, I am a very happy, well adjusted and friendly puppy.
NOTE FROM THE HUMANS
Sally May’s adoption fee is $650. Our adoption criteria for Sally May are as follows:
MORE ABOUT CHICAGO ENGLISH BULLDOG RESCUE
We are a 501c3 non profit charitable organization and the gold-standard in pure-bred English Bulldog rescues. We are located in the state of Illinois but serve much of the Midwest including Chicago-proper, Illinois, NW Indiana, SE Wisconsin including Milwaukee and accept intakes from Ohio and Missouri. To determine if you qualify to adopt one of our adorable bullies view our Adoption Criteria and Adoption Area Map. If you are interested in one of our bullies, the first step is to complete an application by visiting www.ebullymatch.com. Simply click on ADOPT. We’re sorry but as an all-volunteer organization, we do not respond to individual phone calls or emails.