Frank English Bulldog DofB 01.07.18 Birmingham

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xxlynne
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Frank English Bulldog DofB 01.07.18 Birmingham

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Current Status: Available
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Frank's Story: RescueRemedies has helped another Rescue taking Frank in on a temp basis when he was being returned from a 2 year homing with a single man, through not fault of his own. Frank needs sensitive introductions and then is friendly. He has the bulldog stubborn steak and will walk where it pleases him and wont budge when he doesn't please him: However with routine and good associations he will stretch into a new ways and life style. Not for live in children and supervision with savvy older children visiting. Frank is a kind soul and appreciates kind considerate people. Stressed in kennel setting. Rescue Remedies offered to help him for another Rescue in Birmingham saving his life. Frank is neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. Frank came in to our Rescue Centre nr Gatwickand now back with his Rescue in Birmingham whilst awaiting his new family.

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Please note: Dog laws have changed, with zero public tolerance and prejudice against bull breeds and terriers in particular. Our Rescue asks new owners to keep their dog on a lead in public spaces and manage and support its encounters with new dogs and people, so as not to place the dog's life at risk. Destruction and Control Orders are commonplace nowadays.
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Frank's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our dogs, who often reveal an evolving picture and positive skills as they build trust.

Original referral information: We were asked to help Frank for a month to enable his Rescue to be able to take him back post vaccinations.

Frank came into RescueRemedies on the 16th February 24
Georgie Bailey
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Re: Frank English Bulldog DofB 01.07.18 RRemedies Centre

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I love going to say hi to Frankie and trying to walk him when it suits him! He likes a cuddle and some attention. He’s sweet and dopey with a typical bulldog manorisms. He hates being in kennels and would rather a sofa and a snuggle I think!
Beccastj
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Re: Frank English Bulldog DofB 01.07.18 RRemedies Centre

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Frank didn’t want to walk far. He plods along and likes to follow the kennel staff distributing food bowls to the dogs.
He enjoyed sitting in the walkers area and having some treats and cuddles.
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RosC
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Re: Frank English Bulldog DofB 01.07.18 RRemedies Centre

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I love Frank. He is a lovely friendly boy and so handsome.
We have had a few walks now and he may plod but he keeps on plodding! He likes to walk with another dog and does not like the mud one bit!
He is totally unphased by anything. Yesterday we walked with olive who was incredibly vocal at the start of our walk. Frank took no notice whatsoever and eventually olive realised telling him off for being there was futile and we had peace and quiet thumbs.gif
We walked down the lane and round the road before heading back to keep Frank away from the mud.
He is not phased by lorries, bikes, other dogs or, it appears, anything!
Frank can be stubborn if you try to make him.go across the mud but otherwise I can't fault this boy. love4.gif
Jan Case
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Re: Frank English Bulldog DofB 01.07.18 RRemedies Centre

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Frank decided it was way too wet to walk on Tuesday and just about everyone agreed with him, but Frank made his feelings plain by climbing into his favourite chair in the walkers area and saying, 'I is happy here, fank you" 0002.gif]

Yes fank you I is comfy
Yes fank you I is comfy

Have you seen the mud on those boots?
Have you seen the mud on those boots?

I fink we'll stay here
I fink we'll stay here
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