In shelter Dog

Franklin, Williamson County, Tennesse...
English Bulldog, American Staffordshire Terrier, Mixed
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Gwendolyn is a dog with a story.  A girl that was put through some hellacious  first years of her life.  When a local supporter pulled up at our rescue door with tears in her eyes, we knew it was serious. This wonderful woman had picked up a scared, sickly and extremely skinny dog from the side of the road.  When we first saw her, we thought she had been used as a “Bait Dog”.  Once we got her to the vet, we realized she was not used for fighting but for “Forced Breeding”. Back yard breeders will breed dogs over and over, with no concern to the dogs health. Often, the females are bound so they have no choice. Poor Gweenie will forever wear the scars on her back from not being able to get away from an interested male. She may have scars on her back but her heart and soul have healed.  This little chunk of joy is happy and healthy. Gweenie is a mix of English Bulldog and American Staffordshire Terrier. She is short and stout and has the cutest wiggle when she prances around. Gwennie is around 2 years old, fully vetted and weighs a chunky 45 lbs.  Although this girl is super sweet and loves all people, she needs to be an only pet in the home, which we completely understand due to her horrible evolvement with other dogs.  Contact us at if you want to change this girl's life forever. ADOPTION FEE REQUIRED. Contact


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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