These Adorable, Affectionate French Bulldogs are Looking for New Homes

Dora

Meet Dora, a beautiful 3-year-old French bulldog who is eager to please, loves belly rubs and quickly becomes attached to her people. She will happily play catch with you if you throw balls for her, but her favorite thing is snuggling up with a human friend. The shelter is seeking an experienced dog owner for Dora because of her high energy level and tendency to be vocal.

Dora has been spayed and she’s had all of her shots. She’s house trained and crate trained (she’d be happiest if someone is at home most of the time). If you think you could have a place in your heart for this happy girl, please call the shelter at (555) 555-5555 or visit them online to set up an adoption appointment!

Dora is super sweet, loves belly rubs, and is very eager to please. She is 3 years old and about 20 pounds. She is house-trained and crate-trained. She has been spayed and given her shots.

Dora is a sweet, affectionate girl who loves to play and will make someone a very loyal companion. She is house-trained and crate-trained, and she’s very eager to please. Dora has been spayed and given her shots. She is 3 years old, about 20 pounds, and in good health.

Max

Max is a total sweetheart! He loves lounging around on the couch with you and taking naps. He may have a snore as loud as his personality, but he’s also great at walking on a leash, playing fetch, and making you laugh.

Max weighs in at about 32 pounds and is 3 years old. His favorite thing about life after the shelter is being treated like king of the house—he loves lying on the couch next to you while you watch TV in your pajamas or eating homemade turkey from your Sunday dinner with your family (don’t worry, it’s okay to share!). Max gets along well with other dogs and kids too!

This adorable French Bulldog will be sure to win over everyone he meets. Make sure to come meet Max for yourself by stopping by Shelter #4 after 2 p.m. today!

Max is a sweetheart whose favorite thing to do is lie on the couch with you. He is 3 years old and about 32 pounds. He’s house-trained and crate-trained. He loves to play fetch with his ball. He also likes to chew nylabones!

Max is a sweetheart whose favorite thing to do is lie on the couch with you. He is 3 years old and about 32 pounds. He’s house-trained and crate-trained. Max would do best in a home with no cats or small children, but he loves other dogs! The perfect family for him would be one that is active, loves to take walks and play fetch with him, and has time to give him lots of attention.

If you’re interested in adopting Max, please fill out this form: [ADOPTION FORM LINK]. Someone from our adoption team will get back to you within 2 business days!

Daisy

Then you meet Daisy, a seven-year-old French Bulldog with a big round face, big green eyes and a big heart. She’s shy when you first meet her, but it doesn’t take long for this sweet girl to warm right up to you. She knows basic commands like “sit” and “shake”, loves playing fetch and is house-trained and crate-trained. But she’s not perfect—Daisy is a very incorrigible counter surfer!

This dog will do best in an adult home or one with older kids that can handle her size and strength. She should also be the only dog in the home and not live with cats or other small animals. You’re encouraged to stop by our shelter at any time throughout business hours to meet Daisy for yourself.

Daisy looks sad but she can play, loves her food and treats, and will curl up beside you when you’re watching TV. She’s 7 years old and 43 pounds. She can be aloof with strangers but will warm up quickly once she gets used to you. She knows basic commands such as sit and stay. She also loves to play fetch with her ball, but no tug of war for this dog!

Daisy might look sad in her photo, but she’s actually quite lively and playful. She loves food and treats, and will wag her tail with joy when you present either to her. Daisy wants nothing more than to curl up beside you on the couch, giving you a chance to pet this sweet dog while you watch TV or read. If you have any questions about Daisy’s needs, visit with one of our staff members at the shelter, who can tell you all about her!

Adopt your new best friend today!

The best way to get the ball rolling is to give us a call at (800) 555-1234, or you can email us at [email protected] We’ll talk with you about what kind of pet you’re looking for and help you find your special friend. However, we encourage all potential adopters to take a few minutes and read this important information before contacting our adoption counselors:

  • A home visit must be completed prior to the adoption of any of our animals. This usually takes between 30-60 minutes, depending on how many pets are in your home and how knowledgeable you are about proper pet care.
  • All adults living in the household must be present at the time of adoption; we require everyone involved in the care and upkeep of the pet to be present at the time of adoption.
  • If possible, please bring any other dogs (or cats) who currently live with you to meet your potential new pet family member! We want them to have a say in what dog they’d like their new companion to be!

Dora

Meet Dora, a beautiful 3-year-old French bulldog who is eager to please, loves belly rubs and quickly becomes attached to her people. She will happily play catch with you if you throw balls for her, but her favorite thing is snuggling up with a human friend. The shelter is seeking an experienced dog owner for Dora because of her high energy level and tendency to be vocal.

Dora has been spayed and she’s had all of her shots. She’s house trained and crate trained (she’d be happiest if someone is at home most of the time). If you think you could have a place in your heart for this happy girl, please call the shelter at (555) 555-5555 or visit them online to set up an adoption appointment!

Dora is super sweet, loves belly rubs, and is very eager to please. She is 3 years old and about 20 pounds. She is house-trained and crate-trained. She has been spayed and given her shots.

Dora is a sweet, affectionate girl who loves to play and will make someone a very loyal companion. She is house-trained and crate-trained, and she’s very eager to please. Dora has been spayed and given her shots. She is 3 years old, about 20 pounds, and in good health.

Max

Max is a total sweetheart! He loves lounging around on the couch with you and taking naps. He may have a snore as loud as his personality, but he’s also great at walking on a leash, playing fetch, and making you laugh.

Max weighs in at about 32 pounds and is 3 years old. His favorite thing about life after the shelter is being treated like king of the house—he loves lying on the couch next to you while you watch TV in your pajamas or eating homemade turkey from your Sunday dinner with your family (don’t worry, it’s okay to share!). Max gets along well with other dogs and kids too!

This adorable French Bulldog will be sure to win over everyone he meets. Make sure to come meet Max for yourself by stopping by Shelter #4 after 2 p.m. today!

Max is a sweetheart whose favorite thing to do is lie on the couch with you. He is 3 years old and about 32 pounds. He’s house-trained and crate-trained. He loves to play fetch with his ball. He also likes to chew nylabones!

Max is a sweetheart whose favorite thing to do is lie on the couch with you. He is 3 years old and about 32 pounds. He’s house-trained and crate-trained. Max would do best in a home with no cats or small children, but he loves other dogs! The perfect family for him would be one that is active, loves to take walks and play fetch with him, and has time to give him lots of attention.

If you’re interested in adopting Max, please fill out this form: [ADOPTION FORM LINK]. Someone from our adoption team will get back to you within 2 business days!

Daisy

Then you meet Daisy, a seven-year-old French Bulldog with a big round face, big green eyes and a big heart. She’s shy when you first meet her, but it doesn’t take long for this sweet girl to warm right up to you. She knows basic commands like “sit” and “shake”, loves playing fetch and is house-trained and crate-trained. But she’s not perfect—Daisy is a very incorrigible counter surfer!

This dog will do best in an adult home or one with older kids that can handle her size and strength. She should also be the only dog in the home and not live with cats or other small animals. You’re encouraged to stop by our shelter at any time throughout business hours to meet Daisy for yourself.

Daisy looks sad but she can play, loves her food and treats, and will curl up beside you when you’re watching TV. She’s 7 years old and 43 pounds. She can be aloof with strangers but will warm up quickly once she gets used to you. She knows basic commands such as sit and stay. She also loves to play fetch with her ball, but no tug of war for this dog!

Daisy might look sad in her photo, but she’s actually quite lively and playful. She loves food and treats, and will wag her tail with joy when you present either to her. Daisy wants nothing more than to curl up beside you on the couch, giving you a chance to pet this sweet dog while you watch TV or read. If you have any questions about Daisy’s needs, visit with one of our staff members at the shelter, who can tell you all about her!

Adopt your new best friend today!

The best way to get the ball rolling is to give us a call at (800) 555-1234, or you can email us at [email protected] We’ll talk with you about what kind of pet you’re looking for and help you find your special friend. However, we encourage all potential adopters to take a few minutes and read this important information before contacting our adoption counselors:

A home visit must be completed prior to the adoption of any of our animals. This usually takes between 30-60 minutes, depending on how many pets are in your home and how knowledgeable you are about proper pet care.

All adults living in the household must be present at the time of adoption; we require everyone involved in the care and upkeep of the pet to be present at the time of adoption.

If possible, please bring any other dogs (or cats) who currently live with you to meet your potential new pet family member! We want them to have a say in what dog they’d like their new companion to be!

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