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I have an Adoption Application Pending!
Olde English Bulldogge/Mix
Date of Birth
February 4, 2021
She’s a part of the Spicy Potato group at AARCS, and we are working on getting her comfortable and accepting of new situations and people. When she’s in her element, she’s goofy, fun loving and a bit of a wrecking ball! In true bull dog type fashion. If you want a small burly girl that has a torpedo type personality, she loves to chase her ball and zoom around in the backyard. She would also enjoy flirt poles and activities where she could put her energy to use!
She may do best with select dogs that are open to enjoying her stiff and zoomy style of play, this can include rough and tumble, wrestling as well as mouth sparring. Playing for her is very exciting, the more room for her to romp the better. This also is seen on leashed walks, she would benefit from a front clip harness and owners that understand positive reinforcement training.
She would do best eating her treats and meals away from other animals. She also likes to eat her meals away from humans. Giving her a meal and giving her the time to enjoy it, bringing the dishes back up when done. Watching her body wiggle and wag after she eats… Food zoomies!
She can be fearful when first meeting people, at first she can be defensive, barking, hoping the bluff might scare away the wrong people. She would greatly benefit from low and slow greetings, having a new human taking their time to toss treats away from Pinkie for her to retrieve. She would do best in a quiet home, as she gets excited when there is a lot going on. This could include a single dwelling home with a securely fenced backyard.
Pinkie is a zesty girl, looking for the right home for her high-octane adventures. Pinkie could be your best little buddy!!
Good with Cats?
NO CATS PLEASE!
Good with Dogs?
Good with Kids?
NO KIDS PLEASE!
Do I Need Special Care?
Yes, Behavioral Special Needs - Pinkie would highly benefit from an experienced home that understands her fear towards people and that she does best when left alone to eat her meals.