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English Bulldog puppies and dogs in Georgetown, South Carolina

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Vamp (Goon)

English Bulldog

Female, Senior
Georgetown, SC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Nylah (HW+)

English Bulldog

Female, Young
Conway, SC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This is Nylah. She is a big lovable girl. She came into the shelter as a owner surrender after her previous owner was having some health issues and could not take care of her anymore. At her previous owners home she was not housed with another animal. She was adopted out recently and she did not do well with the smaller dog that was with her. We have taken her to events before and walked her around with other animals her size and she communicated with them and done well, but we are not sure about every animal she encounters. We believe she may have a prey drive with animals smaller with her and selective with which animals she likes. She is a dominate big girl. We suggest a meet and greet if you are interested in her with a slow introduction. She is housetrained and up to date on shots. Nylah while at the shelter has been in a 3 dog play group. Long walks or fenced in back yard is always the best environment for dogs, but exercise is the main goal. We can test our dogs with other dogs at the shelter, but not every dog may get along with your dog this is why if you do have a pet at home we strongly suggest meet and greets before adopting. When adopting an animal at the shelter please know the responsibility of an animal. Most of the animals at the shelter have come in as a stray which mean they may not know how to sit or stay. They also might not have manners such as not to jump. Adopting takes patience. Please research the dog breed you are interested in and remember it takes time. Refer to the sheltering 3/3/3 rule of adopting for help.
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Bruno

English Bulldog

Male, Young
Conway, SC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This is Bruno. Bruno was surrendered for adoption because his old family had a baby and he was not adjusting. It was told he did not like the loud noise of the baby crying. We have found at the shelter that he is quite sensitive to loud noises. He becomes fearful of this. Being at the shelter has made him very stressed and you can see that walking through to look at him, but outside of the kennel he is a different dog full of life and excitement. We have found that he is crate trained and very treat motivated. He has not been dog friendly with dogs we have tested him with, but that can always change with time and training. Bruno is in a playgroup with Ruby. Bruno just sent him to a Board and Train with a shelter training partner of ours. This is what she had to say about Bruno. "Bruno was a perfect gentleman with me. Not one growl or bark even with people he didn't know approaching his kennel.He is completely crate trained and he knows sit and shake with both paws. He walks well on leash. His issues at the shelter are completely environmental. He had no issues at all with me. He was one of the best behaved dogs I have ever had the pleasure of working with.He does jump with sudden noises to pairing noises with high value foods will help him build a positive association."Long walks or fenced in back yard is always the best environment for dogs, but exercise is the main goal. We can test our dogs with other dogs at the shelter, but not every dog may get along with your dog this is why if you do have a pet at home we strongly suggest meet and greets before adopting. When adopting an animal at the shelter please know the responsibility of an animal. Most of the animals at the shelter have come in as a stray which mean they may not know how to sit or stay. They also might not have manners such as not to jump. Adopting takes patience. Please research the dog breed you are interested in and remember it takes time. Refer to the sheltering 3/3/3 rule of adopting for help.
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Mercury

English Bulldog

Female, Puppy
Conway, SC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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English Bulldog shelters & rescues in Georgetown, South Carolina

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9.9 miles

Saint Frances Animal Center

125 N. Ridge St., Georgetown, SC 29440

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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28.2 miles

Horry County Animal Care Center

1923 Industrial Park Road, Bldg #1, Conway, SC 29527

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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28.2 miles

Horry County Animal Care Center

1923 Industrial Park Road, Bldg #1, Conway, SC 29527

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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28.2 miles

Horry County Animal Care Center

1923 Industrial Park Road, Bldg #1, Conway, SC 29527

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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