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Graham MH - English Bulldog / Terrier (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Bulldog Dog For Adoption in Columbia, TN, USA


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Date Listed: 03/10/2018
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Organization Name: Russell Rescue, Inc.
Location: Columbia, TN 38401
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Breed: Bulldog
Gender: Male Male

Graham MH

Age: Young
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 03/10/2018
Location: Columbia, TN, 38401
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Bulldog Dog For Adoption in Columbia, TN, USA

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Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
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Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: English Bulldog / Terrier (short coat). Looking for a fun, playful and very loving new friend? Then Graham would be perfect! He’s such a sweet, good hearted and smart boy. He’s still a bit of a puppy at only 2 years old, fully vetted and in excellent health. He loves to play and would be great for an active person, couple or family. He loves everyone – adults, children and all kinds of dogs. At approximately 55 pounds, he might be a little big for playing with cats and probably would be best with children who are bigger than he is (probably at least 8 years old). Graham’s breed is a little hard to identify – some say English Bulldog mix, others say Boston Terrier/Lab mix. He’s currently in a foster home with a fenced in yard, doggy door, and several doggy friends. He’s living in Nashville, TN and you can find out more about this precious darling by calling Melissa at 615 298 5429. He is such an amazing boy who will be a blessing to whoever adopts him!


A.K.A. : British Bulldog, English Bulldog
Overview: The Bulldog is a relaxed and intelligent breed, requiring less exercise than one might expect. He's a loyal and enjoyable companion for any family.
Breed Group: Non-Sporting
Weight (lbs): male: 50, female: 40
Height (in): 12-15
Colors: Brindle, solid white, red, or fawn, or any of these on a white background.
Coat: Stright, short, flat, close,fine, smooth and glossy.
Character: Bulldogs are affectionate, gentle, and very intelligent. They have a reputation for being sensitive, yet fearless.
Temperament: This breed enjoys being with other dogs and household pets. They are good with children, too. Some may be cautious with strangers, but are usually friendly to everyone.
Care: The Bulldog should be brush to remove dead hairs during times of shedding. A special lotion may be applied to the facial folds to keep these clean.
Training: This breed requires consistency in training, but sensitivity to its handler's voice makes the learning process quite easy.
Activity: The Bulldog can adjust to your family's activity level, but does enjoy exercise on a regular basis. Because of special needs at early ages, sufficient rest is needed so bones, muscles, and joints can develop properly.
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Health Issue: This breed often has breathing problems, skin infections, hip and knee problems. They have poor eyesight and are susceptible to heat stroke in warm weather or hot rooms.
Life Expectancy: ave 8

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