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My name is Ody!
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Foreverhome Pet Rescue South
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
English Bulldog
Color
White - with Brown or Chocolate
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 65 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small red x Not housetrained

My story

Ody (White/Boy) He is 4 years old, birthday 04/26/2018. He weighs about 65 lbs. He is a very low maintenance dog. He can nap all day. He is food oriented. He enjoys short distance walks at a slow pace. Up and down the block is enough for him, around the block is too much. If walking on the street, he likes to stare at passing cars. Previously he would like to chase after them, but that hasn’t happened in about 6 months. When walking he needs to wear a harness as his neck is bigger than his head and the collar will slip out. The no-pull leash has worked great for him.
He is kennel trained. He doesn't like sleeping outdoors, if he is left outdoors, he will howl and bark throughout the night. He is partially house trained. He will let you know if he needs to go outside to use the restroom by barking or just walking up to the door. However, he cannot be left to roam unsupervised, as he will bite furniture. He loves to sunbathe. He is a heavy sleeper which has given us some scares because we have called to him to wake him up and it may take shaking him to wake him up.
He can get along with other dogs, but it takes him about 3 days to get used to them. He likes to rough house so a home with a smaller dogs would not be convenient, because he doesn’t know he’s bigger than them. He is comfortable around cats; he just likes to sniff them.
Ody is on a grain free diet and is allergic to pork. He will get red rashes on his body. On hot days he enjoys vanilla ice cream or cold watermelon with the rind. He also likes crunchy fruits and vegetables like apples and carrots. He also enjoys applesauce and mashed sweet potato. As for dog treats, he likes bully sticks or any soft chew treat. As for toys, he likes antlers, or harder plastic toys. When he goes into his kennel, we give him a treat, if no treat is given, he will bark until you give him a treat.
As for medical issues, he has a cherry eye. He had the surgery that pop it back in, but it came back out. He has seasonal allergies, but the Zesty Paws seasonal allergy treats have worked for him. Due to his pocket tail, his tail keeps some residue when defecating. A pet wipe works well to clean him up. However, you cannot go straight for his butt as it will scare him, and he will run away. You will need to rub his stomach/back and then clean his butt and he will let you. He also gets joint supplements as we noticed that when he lays down for too long it takes him a bit to get up. For flea treatment, the collar and drops are not as effective. He has been on Bravecto for about 2 years now with no side effects.

Since he is a relaxed dog, I feel a calm home will be ideal. Perhaps an older owner or someone who is not active. A home with children would be ok as well, however he will probably ignore them and just lay down. Also, he is Spanish/English bilingual. He currently lives with another English Bulldog, Venti. They would make a nice pair, if desired.
Ody (White/Boy) He is 4 years old, birthday 04/26/2018. He weighs about 65 lbs. He is a very low maintenance dog. He can nap all day. He is food oriented. He enjoys short distance walks at a slow pace. Up and down the block is enough for him, around the block is too much. If walking on the street, he likes to stare at passing cars. Previously he would like to chase after them, but that hasn’t happened in about 6 months. When walking he needs to wear a harness as his neck is bigger than his head and the collar will slip out. The no-pull leash has worked great for him.
He is kennel trained. He doesn't like sleeping outdoors, if he is left outdoors, he will howl and bark throughout the night. He is partially house trained. He will let you know if he needs to go outside to use the restroom by barking or just walking up to the door. However, he cannot be left to roam unsupervised, as he will bite furniture. He loves to sunbathe. He is a heavy sleeper which has given us some scares because we have called to him to wake him up and it may take shaking him to wake him up.
He can get along with other dogs, but it takes him about 3 days to get used to them. He likes to rough house so a home with a smaller dogs would not be convenient, because he doesn’t know he’s bigger than them. He is comfortable around cats; he just likes to sniff them.
Ody is on a grain free diet and is allergic to pork. He will get red rashes on his body. On hot days he enjoys vanilla ice cream or cold watermelon with the rind. He also likes crunchy fruits and vegetables like apples and carrots. He also enjoys applesauce and mashed sweet potato. As for dog treats, he likes bully sticks or any soft chew treat. As for toys, he likes antlers, or harder plastic toys. When he goes into his kennel, we give him a treat, if no treat is given, he will bark until you give him a treat.
As for medical issues, he has a cherry eye. He had the surgery that pop it back in, but it came back out. He has seasonal allergies, but the Zesty Paws seasonal allergy treats have worked for him. Due to his pocket tail, his tail keeps some residue when defecating. A pet wipe works well to clean him up. However, you cannot go straight for his butt as it will scare him, and he will run away. You will need to rub his stomach/back and then clean his butt and he will let you. He also gets joint supplements as we noticed that when he lays down for too long it takes him a bit to get up. For flea treatment, the collar and drops are not as effective. He has been on Bravecto for about 2 years now with no side effects.

Since he is a relaxed dog, I feel a calm home will be ideal. Perhaps an older owner or someone who is not active. A home with children would be ok as well, however he will probably ignore them and just lay down. Also, he is Spanish/English bilingual. He currently lives with another English Bulldog, Venti. They would make a nice pair, if desired.
Rescue

Foreverhome Pet Rescue South

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Cerritos, CA 90703
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Contact us to see if pet is still available, you will be emailed all of the adoption information as well as a link to submit an application.

2.

Approve Application

Please allow 3-4 days for application review, we will then contact you to let you know if approved or not.

3.

Meet the Pet

If approved we will set up a meet and greet with you and pet.

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

If meet and greet goes well then we will finalize adoption, unless there is a home check needed.

5.

Pay Fee

Pay the tax deductible adoption fee.

6.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Our adoption process requires that an application be filled out and submitted via our website. The application will then be submitted to the Board of Directors for review to determine whether or not your application represents the best situation for the pet you applied to adopt. If the Board of Directors approves your application, you will be notified to set up a meet & greet with animal you are interested in. If adopting, you will be asked to sign an adoption contract and pay the tax deductible donation. We can only adopt to homes in the Southern California area.
Our adoption process requires that an application be filled out and submitted via our website. The application will then be submitted to the Board of Directors for review to determine whether or not your application represents the best situation for the pet you applied to adopt. If the Board of Directors approves your application, you will be notified to set up a meet & greet with animal you are interested in. If adopting, you will be asked to sign an adoption contract and pay the tax deductible donation. We can only adopt to homes in the Southern California area.

Go meet their pets

We have adoption events at: Unleashed by Petco 600 Redondo Ave (between 6th & 7th St) Long Beach, CA 90814 Saturday - By appointment only Sunday - 12:30pm - 3:00pm Not all animals are at adoptions due to limited space. If you come to adoptions without prior contact to set up a meet and greet, the animal you are interested in may not be there. If you are interested in any of them please go to our website and follow our adoption process. Please do not contact Unleashed about adoptions. Unleashed personnel are not aware of current pet availability.
We have adoption events at: Unleashed by Petco 600 Redondo Ave (between 6th & 7th St) Long Beach, CA 90814 Saturday - By appointment only Sunday - 12:30pm - 3:00pm Not all animals are at adoptions due to limited space. If you come to adoptions without prior contact to set up a meet and greet, the animal you are interested in may not be there. If you are interested in any of them please go to our website and follow our adoption process. Please do not contact Unleashed about adoptions. Unleashed personnel are not aware of current pet availability.

More about this rescue

Founded in 2005 by long-time animal rescue volunteers, Foreverhome Pet Rescue's goal has been to provide care and compassion for the homeless and abused animals of the Los Angeles area, while working to place them in loving adoptive homes through a network of volunteer foster homes. FHPR South is a private, not-for-profit organization that operates solely on private donations and volunteer efforts, we are not a shelter. We can only adopt to homes in the Southern California area. We are always in need of donations, to donate please go to our website www.fhprsouth.org and click on the PayPal donate button.
Founded in 2005 by long-time animal rescue volunteers, Foreverhome Pet Rescue's goal has been to provide care and compassion for the homeless and abused animals of the Los Angeles area, while working to place them in loving adoptive homes through a network of volunteer foster homes. FHPR South is a private, not-for-profit organization that operates solely on private donations and volunteer efforts, we are not a shelter. We can only adopt to homes in the Southern California area. We are always in need of donations, to donate please go to our website www.fhprsouth.org and click on the PayPal donate button.