3 years old
French Bulldog
Living with Children:
Older children 10+ will be considered.
Living with Dogs/Cats:
I would like to be the only dog, but may be ok with other pets
Ideal Home Situation:
A calm family who are happy to give me some TLC
I require:
Gentle walks and activity/

Baxter the 3 year old French Bulldog, is a is a sweet natured boy with lovable quirks and is sure to steal some hearts!

He is a sociable chap who thrives on love and attention from his human’s – whether it’s cuddling up on the sofa or going for leisurely strolls, he is happy to be by your side! Baxter has shown clear signs of separation anxiety and does struggle to be left on his own, therefore, would be best suited to a family where someone can be around for a good part of the day.

After a gentle walk or a play session with his favorite toys, Baxter is quite happy taking long snoozes, and is hoping for a comfy spot on the sofa to call his own. He is currently living it up in a wonderful foster home, so we know he is a delight to have around, and no trouble at all!

Ideally Baxter needs a calm home, where he can take activity at his own pace, as despite being young in age, he would be best suited to lower levels of activity. Although Baxter would like to be the only dog in the home to receive all the attention, with slow introductions, may be able to live with a friendly/confident cat.

Baxter is an example of the struggles of the French bulldog breed and is due to undergo BOAS surgery to make his breathing more comfortable, which will be carried out in early March as part of his adoption. Adopters who are experienced or understanding of the brachycephalic breed would be beneficial.

If you think your sofa has a spot with Baxter’s name on, then do complete a perfect match form to let us know….

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