5 years and 6 months
French Bulldog
White and Tan
Living with Children:
I could live with children 8 years plus
Living with Dogs/Cats:
I would need to be the only animal in the home
Ideal Home Situation:
I need an owner who can support me with my medical care

Introducing this lovely chap, Buster! He enjoys the simple things in life, like food and a cosy spot on the sofa. Buster is full of character, curiosity and mischief; he’s looking for a companion that will offer him the love, loyalty and tummy rubs he deserves.

He’s been social with everybody on site and is quick to make new friends – this sociable boy could live in a family unit with children above the age of 8 years old. He would benefit at this time from being the only dog in the home, but will thrive in a home that can offer with him frequent doggy play dates to remain social.

Unfortunately due to his breed, Buster does have some health conditioned associated with being a French Bulldog. His new home will need to be understanding of his medical needs and be committed to providing him with the ongoing medical care he may require. It would be beneficial for his new owner(s) to have previous experience of owning a brachycephalic so they already have an understanding of his needs. He has been on restricted walks while he’s been with us; he is looking for a home that will be committed to providing him with a lot of mental stimulation as an energy outlet. He loves toys (tennis balls are his favourite!) and enjoys a play session.

Buster loves a cuddle and thrives in human company, however he could be left for 2-3 hours as he will most likely use this time to sleep. This would need to be built up slowly to ensure he is comfortable within his environment.

Our happy little lad is looking for a sofa to call his own. If you can offer him the loving companionship he deserves then please fill out a perfect match form.

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