found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
My name is Winston and I am a very special 3-year old bully boy. I came to CEBR from far away. Everyone just knew my shot at a great life was in the hands of CEBR and their generous adopters, so the call was made and the transport set in motion. I came from a decent family (good enough anyway). I was hit by a car when I was a young dog and they never dealt with the injury. It left me with irreparable nerve damage in my front leg. CEBR hoped that they may be able to help me, but I have met with a neurologist and he confirmed that I have absolutely no feeling left in my leg. Heck, I knew something was amiss!
But I’m such a good spirit and easy going dude. I just want to be loved and my leg may slow me down a bit physically, but in spirit, I have 4 legs that all work just fine! I love hanging out with my bully foster brother and sisters and would love a home where I can be part of a pack. I want to be with my humans and my canine siblings at all times. A warm body next to me makes me a very happy bully. I will follow you around despite my limp leg. And if there is a gate in my way, fuggedabout it! I will jump it and knock it down, no problem. Particularly if there is a couch on the other side. Couches were made for me. Yup! I MUST have a couch. I can leap onto it like a gazelle! There is no better place in the world than by your side and on the couch!
Because of my leg I have trouble getting around quickly. I mean I can walk and all, but I am not the type of dog that will go on a walk for several blocks – on my paws anyway! I LOVE riding in my wagon however and think I am a “chic magnet” when I am out in my wheels. Everyone wants to stop and talk to me in my new ride! And when I decide to pull the stubborn card I will walk a few steps, lay down and when you reach to get me up, I will roll over onto my back for a belly rub. I’m smart like that!
In terms of my long term health, I’m not much different than with your average bully. I have a case of dry eye and need daily eye meds (forever) and hopefully my leg won’t pose an issue down the road. If I have trouble with it in the future, the vet may choose to remove it, but for now, it is ok just as it is.
I’m still a playful boy and love to chew a bone and LOVE the squeaky toys that make noise. I’ll leap up on 3 legs and gallop across the room to get to the squeaky kong! The good news is that I don’t jump on people. Heck, I have manners! I give kisses when you ask me. I like to have the roam of the house and do not want to be in a kennel. I am great out with the other dogs and kids so no worries there.
Clearly given my disability I should to a home where you promise to help me on the stairs. I can do them alone, but if you support me it is much easier. I am kinda skinny right now and am gaining weight every day so I will need a home with strong handlers. If I need a boost you need to be able to give me a hoist! It’s a good workout!
NOTE FROM THE HUMANS
Winston’s adoption fee is $550. Our adoption criteria for our Winston are as follows:
HOW TO QUALIFY FOR A CEBR BULLY
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 we do not respond to individual phone calls or emails.