Silly and playful Hulk is ready to find his forever home! Hulk is the kind of guy that adjusts to the mood of the people around him. You feel like snuggling on the couch? Perfect! So does he! You feel like playing toss and romping around the living room? Yay! He's game!
Hulk can be shy when meeting new people and has encountered a few he did not care for. He came to us in very bad condition from the local shelter and we don’t know a lot about his history. The people he did not like could have reminded him of the people that abused him. For the most part when he meets new people he flops over for a belly rub! He is absolutely a sweetie pie and loves other dogs too! If he isn't playing with the other pups in his foster home or getting belly rubs from his favorite people, he can be found chilling out in his bed, chewing on his favorite bone.
Hulk came into rescue with severe neck wounds and a skin infection. That has cleared up with medication, but he should still get a medicated bath once a week and eat a high quality dog food. He gets eye drops twice a day too.
The perfect home for Hulk would be a home with a secure yard where he could sun his belly. He is crate trained, but rarely needs to be crated because he is such a good boy! Hulk would do best with a family that doesn't leave him home alone for too long during the day. If his new family does work outside of the home he will need a dog walker to come walk him for a mid day potty break.
Hulk’s new family should have previous Bulldog experience. Additionally, Hulk is still a boisterous puppy, even at the age of 3. He likes to jump up and do a little head bonk with his head and yours. For this reason his new family should not have children under the age of twelve. He doesn't know his strength and might scare or knock over small children with his exuberant ways. Hulk is also a resource guarder. He needs to be watched closely if there are other dogs and toys around as he will want to keep them all for himself. He should also not be around small children because they might try to take his toys from him and that would end badly. The perfect family for Hulk would also be one that wants to continue his obedience training so that he learns the rules of the roost.
More about Hulk
Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Good with Older/Considerate Kids Only, Good with Adults, Somewhat vocal, Does Good in the Car, Requires a yard, Cratetrained
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