English bulldog in Cwmbran


Devastated to have to rehome our 23 month old beautiful Boy Scout.
But he doesn't get on with our five year old pug and we've been advised to separate them.
Scout has been neutered and is fully house trained the only thing he has ever chewed is his dog beds he now sleeps on a single quilt which he doesn't seem to be able to chew.
He was a lockdown puppy so does get excited when he sees people enter the house but soon calms down and goes back to laying down.
He would have to be a dog with no other dogs as he would benefit being the only dog in the house as he is very dominant.
He has never been around young children as our children are teenagers.
He loves walking, is very fit and active and at a recent vet appointment the vet said he was very fit and healthy as he isn't over weight and has no breathing issues.
He does have some food allergies so does have a dry food diet that contains fish.
Scout is very lovable and is a really good dog he just doesn't get on with our other dog and is very dominant so he has to go to someone with no other dogs.
He also has to go to someone who has time for him and who has time to walk him and care for him and knows what it takes to care for a bulldog.
He is used to being left for a few hours a day so can go to someone that works.
Vaccinations up to date until October
Fleed and wormed up to date plus have fleeing treatments from vets to cover a few months

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