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In shelter Dog

Orlando, FL, 32837
Pet name:
English Bulldog
Brown / Chocolate
I am a female English Bulldog. I am about 5-6 years old and weigh 50 lbs. I am spayed, heartworm negative, current on shots, micro-chipped, on flea/heartworm prevention, and have had a negative fecal. My adoption is $400.

I am generally good with other dogs, but I can be bossy.  If there is something that I dont want the other dog to have then I will chase them off.  I will play with another dog but at some point I might get annoyed.  There was an incident where the foster mom tried to redirect my attention when I did this and I swung around and bit her.  It was more of a reaction but it is recommended that I not go to a home with kids and I would do best as an only dog unless my adopter is very dog savvy and can mitigate any potential incidents.

I was found as a stray but despite all efforts, no one claimed me. I have a “cherry eye” but the rescue could not repair it. It is largely cosmetic in nature but my eye will occasionally need ointment if it gets irritated. It can’t be fixed because it is dangerous for me to go under anesthesia. When I was being spayed, I did not do well under anesthesia and it was touch and go. The vet advised that it was not worth risking my life to do the eye. 

“Cherry eye,” as it is commonly referred to, is a prolapsed gland of the nictitans. It occurs after a tear gland in a dogs third eyelid becomes inflamed. While it is usually not extremely painful, sometimes a dog will rub at it as if it were itchy.

Please email for an adoption application.  Once the application is approved, we will arrange for you to meet and adopt. 

We do not adopt out of state.
Due to many bounced checks, we now require that adoption donations be cash, Zelle, Cash App or Venmo.  However, if you make a general donation to the organization (not associated with the adoption of a pet) we do accept checks and paypal.  If you are unable to adopt right now, wont you please make a donation to help care for the pets?  THANK YOU!!

Originating Organization

If you find the pet, contact this organization
too for assistance in finding its owner.

A New Beginning Pet Rescue, Inc.

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