***Experienced English Bulldog owners only***
She is very loving but wild and anxious. She would do much better with at least another dog, preferably another sturdy bulldog, that she can have for companionship and play. She has gotten to be too much for me. I have tried training classes, but she requires constant, extensive training and other dogs to be around so she can learn to behave properly and figure out how to just be a dog.
She isn't a bad dog, just too much for what I signed up for. She was found dumped downtown and no one claimed her, so I ended up getting her.
She has typical bulldog skin allergies so she needs frequent baths with antimicrobial/antifungal/antibacterial shampoo every 1-2 weeks, an antimicrobial/antifungal/antibacterial mousse after baths (and in between), Cytopoint injections from the vet every 4-6 weeks, and a vet prescription diet of Hill's Science Diet hydrolyzed kibble.