estimated at 8 months
Old Tyme Bulldog X
Grey and White
Living with Children:
Calm and understanding older children (15+) will be considered
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with other animals will be considered
Ideal Home Situation:
A calm home with patient and understanding adopters
I require:
puppy training & socialisation/ confidence building

Breed: Old Tyme Bulldog Crossbreed (Cousin of the English Bulldog)
Personality Traits: Shy, Nervous, Gentle
Ideal Home: No Young Children, Quiet, Understanding, Puppy Training Enthusiasts

Meet Halo, a sweet pup with a heart as delicate as her name suggests. Halo is on a journey to find a patient and loving family that can provide her with the calm and understanding environment she needs to overcome her shyness and blossom into a confident and happy pup.

Personality: Halo is a shy and gentle soul who, unfortunately, missed out on positive puppy socialisation and experiences during her early days. As a result, she can be a bit tentative around new people and situations. Despite her initial reservations, Halo has the potential to form deep and meaningful bonds with patient and understanding adopters.

Ideal Home: Halo would thrive in a home without young children, as the hustle and bustle may overwhelm her sensitive nature. She is looking for a quiet and understanding environment where adopters are willing to invest time in building her confidence with the world. A family or individual  committed to working on her puppy training and socialisation would be ideal. Halo may also benefit from another confident, well balanced dog in the home to learn from, although this is not essential.

Special Considerations: As Halo falls in to the brachycephalic breed category, any adopters will need to be on board with monitoring her breathing and development as she grows. Adopters with knowledge or experience of the flatter faced breeds would be desirable.

    Medical Information: Halo arrived at the centre underweight, therefore is on a monitored diet which will need continuing in the home.

    She is due to have his 2nd vaccination in December, therefore we are looking for a home which is not too far form the centre, so that her adopters can return on 18/12/23 for this to be carried out. She will also need to be neutered, which will be arranged when she reaches an appropriate age. Any existing dogs in the home will need to be neutered and to provide proof of vaccination to be considered.

    Adoption Information: The adoption for a puppy is £600 – this will include his being up to date with his initial flea and worming treatments and health checks. Two vaccinations and future neutering (if you live within a 1.5 hour driving distance, otherwise a voucher will be provided towards the cost). You will also receive a months free PetPlan insurance, a £50 voucher to spend on essential items within our centre shop, as well as a weeks worth of his specific diet.

    We require any adopters to be ready to adopt at the time of application – our rehoming process is expected to be within two weeks of a suitable match being identified.

    If you have the patience, love, and commitment to help Halo flourish, please contact complete a perfect match form below:

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