Housebroken and crate trained
Good with kids
Good with some dogs. Cats unknown.
Sponsored by Dawn Harmon, Christopher Peel, Spirit Beauty Youth, Mary Torrence, Cassie Weber and BARK
Hope is defined by the dictionary as a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. Hope is defined by MABBR as a beautiful 2 year old American Bulldog with the cutest freckles. Hope spent her entire life thinking home means a small backyard pen, thinking family means having many litters of puppies only to have them taken from her too soon and thinking love is defined by some food and water in a bowl. Hope’s rescue was over a year in the making and took countless phone calls, petitions and more luck than you can imagine. She was finally saved on New Year’s Eve and spent her first night in a warm bed in her foster home on January 8th. Shortly after arriving there, Hope became very sick and needed to see an emergency vet who determined she had pneumonia. She has overcome many obstacles and is now ready to find her forever home. Hope has a strong spirit and goofy personality. She is a very affectionate dog and she loves bully rubs and kisses. Hope walks wonderfully on a leash and does great in the car. She is still learning commands but she is crate trained and very willing to please.
Hope is a sensitive girl that needs someone to be patient with her as she learns what it means to finally be a dog living outside a pen. She loves kids and does well with other dogs after proper introductions. If you have room in your home and heart and would like to add this beautiful girl to your family, please fill out an application.