Freddy – 3 year old male British Bulldog

Freddy is a 3 year old male British Bulldog. He is a lovely boy who loves his food, loves cuddles and loves sleep.

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Freddy enjoys his walks, loves meeting people and is great with children in his foster home.

Freddy can play with other dogs but likes to have all of the attention. Freddy is a typical English bulldog that can be stubborn, trumps a lot and sleeps a lot but his cuddles are worth it.

Whilst Freddy is dog friendly, he would love all the attention, so ideally, we are looking for a forever home as an only dog or with a female of a similar breed.

Freddy is a dog friendly. He is okay to live with children 7 to 10 years old. Freddy has never been on his own, he gets very anxious when you leave him and runs to the front door.

Freddy has been left with the other dogs for company but no longer than 2 hours.

Freddy does leave his territory in the house in the same place every day once or twice but goes in the garden other than that. Freddy is good on the lead and enjoys 2 short walks a day.

Freddy Has snapped at me twice when taking the dog bowl away when he tries eating the other dog’s food so have to feed them separately away from each other in different rooms.

Team Ilbrey K9 Partners
Team Ilbrey K9 Partners

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Team Ilbrey K9 Partners, please email or contact 07913 410912.

Team Ilbrey K9 Partners specialise in rescuing large breed dogs, mainly mastiff and bull types, normally under 18 months old.

All come full vacinated, microchipped and neutered if old enough, if not the adoption contract will stipulate that this is done as soon as old and this will be checked up with your vets.

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