Bruce – 7 month old male French Bulldog

Bruce, a 7-month-old male French Bulldog, has been under the compassionate care of Roversdogrescue for the past two months, following an unfortunate arrival with a broken leg.

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However, with dedicated treatment, his resilience has shone through, and a recent check on 19th February revealed that he has fully regained function and movement in his previously injured leg.

As his house training approaches completion, Bruce exhibits a charming and endearing personality that has endeared him to those who have had the pleasure of getting to know him.

This resilient young pup has demonstrated a particular affinity for the company of other dogs. It has been observed that he thrives best when in the comforting presence of a canine companion.

When left to his own devices, Bruce tends to vocalize, and having the reassuring presence of another dog significantly mitigates this behavior. This aspect of his personality provides a glimpse into his social nature, underscoring the importance of companionship for his overall well-being.

Despite a somewhat sheltered start in life, Bruce may initially display a degree of wariness towards new people. However, this is merely a transient phase, as once acquainted, he transforms into a loyal and affectionate companion.

This adaptive quality makes him a delightful addition to a loving and patient household willing to offer the understanding and support that he may need during his adjustment period.

While specific details about Bruce’s compatibility with cats or his suitability for a home with children are not provided, prospective adopters are encouraged to reach out to Roversdogrescue for a more comprehensive understanding of his needs and preferences.

Additionally, an experienced owner may find joy in guiding Bruce through the next chapter of his life, considering his past medical history and initial wariness.

As of now, Bruce is comfortably placed in foster care in Billericay, Essex, awaiting the perfect forever home that will appreciate his resilience, companionship needs, and affectionate nature that emerges once trust is established.

Rovers Dog Rescue Brentwood Essex
Rovers Dog Rescue Brentwood Essex

For further details about adopting a dog from Rovers Dog Rescue based near Brentwood in Essex, please telephone 07930 250825 (Julie) or 07969 730749 (Rebecca).

Please note, an adoption fee applies. All dogs are vaccinated, micro-chipped and neutered.

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