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My name is Fred!
I'm being cared for by
One At A Time K-9 Rescue
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Facts about me

American Bulldog/English Bulldog
Brindle - with White
10 years 1 month old, Senior
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Fred was surrendered to us in Feb. 2021. He is the product of an owner suffering from a drug addiction. He was abandoned and was neglected for a very long time. He is 9 years old.

When he first came to us he had SEVERE skin issues. He was oozing and had multiple bacterial infections. He also had a small tumor near his anus that would bleed when he went potty. He had hookworms, whipworms and C-Diff. On top of all of that he tested POSITIVE for heartworm. It was a long road but, we got him treated for everything and also had the tumor removed. He was a trooper through it all!

Fred LOVES people. He's happy to make friends. He is extremely loyal and affectionate. He loves sleeping in bed with his foster family and loves toys. He's a super cool dude and has a smile to die for.

Fred is a big guy and since he's older he's developed arthritis. He will need to be on supplements for the rest of his life. He also has skin allergies as many bulldogs do. He is on Apoquel currently and gets medicated baths to control this.

We are looking for an EXPERIENCED owner. Fred does not do well with other animals and will need to be an only pet. FENCED YARD REQUIRED. We feel small children are not a good fit also.

Fred is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, heartworn NEGATIVE and on prevention.

Adoption fee: $300

*** A complete and approved application required PRIOR to an in-home meet n greet***

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One At A Time K-9 Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Jen Manson
Painesville, OH 44077

Their adoption process


Submit Application

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We will conduct a phone interview to see if the pet is a good fit.


Home Check

At the time of meet/home visit if appropriate fit, adoption can be finalized at that time by completing an adoption contract.

Additional adoption info

Please note that a scheduled meet and greet does NOT guarantee an adoption. We reserve the right to deny any application without disclosure.

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May 21st 11am-3pm

Perry Dog Festival

Lee Lydic Park
3965 Call Rd
Perry, Ohio

More about this rescue

We are a foster based, all volunteer dog rescue focused on rehabilitating and rehoming the abused, neglected and unwanted. Based mostly in Ohio with a director also in
North Carolina, this allows us to work with shelters everywhere in between. We pride ourselves in helping the dogs that need us most. With a group of experienced fosters and a loyal support system, it allows us to take on medical cases that would otherwise lose their lives. We sometimes work with owners who need help rehoming pets and work rescuing neglected puppy mill dogs. We are a registered 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization. We started off as a group of close friends who all had the same passion and idea of what rescue should be. We believe that every dog that passes through our hands should be cared for the same as we care for our own personal dogs. Each dog gets ALL veterinary care they need before being adopted to a family. This can be anything such as a simple dental surgery to a major spine or hip surgery. Because we are foster based our dogs live with us in our homes. We get to know them on a very personal level. This helps us determine what type of home would be the best fit for each dog. This also gives us the opportunity to work with any behavioral/training issues that they may have. Our commitment to our dogs does not end when they leave us to begin their new lives. They and their new family become an extension of ours. Because we are an all-volunteer organization who rely completely on donations and adoption fees to care for our dogs.

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