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Meet EDIE! Edie is a bulldog mix that we simply could not leave behind on one of our visits to the New York Animal Care and Control facility. She was so sad with her little snorts and big eyes. Soon we realized that this laid back ragamuffin was a feisty little bulldog who needed to go learn some self control and manners from the best at 203k9. Edie will be finishing her training in mid September, and we will require that her adopter complete 2-3 lessons at their facility in Stamford, CT, so please be prepared to be able to accommodate this requirement. Edie’s training comes with lifetime support and group social walks during the warmer months usually on the weekends at various locations in Stamford. Edie would prefer to be the only dog in the home as she is queen bee above all others, no other pets in the home including cats, she has a very high prey drive. If you’d like to meet this spunky little bulldog mix apply today and we will be in touch ASAP. We believe that Edie is approximately 2-4 years old.
NOTE: We do not know the exact breeds of our dogs; any mention of breeds are best guesses and not guaranteed.
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