How Do You Adopt An English Bulldog?
English bulldogs are known for their gentleness. They are intelligent, don’t need a lot of exercise and are excellent with children and other animals. Relatively short, ranging from 12 to 16 inches high, they are heavyset dogs that can weigh up to 55 lbs. You can adopt an English bulldog from a shelter or from one of the many breed-specific rescue groups. There are many things to consider before adopting an English bulldog. Since you’ve already decided on a breed, you need to decide on the age. A puppy needs much more care than an adult dog–things like housebreaking and training take a lot of time. However, if you are seeking to adopt an English bulldog from a shelter or rescue group, most of the dogs will be adults. Be aware that, because these dogs have been rescued, they may have medical and/or behavioral issues that need to be addressed as well. A quick google search will yield a plethora of rescue groups specializing in English Bulldogs. The Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network