Quy – American Bulldog

1 year old
American Bulldog
Arrived 13th May
Fostered in Sandbach

PUPPY LOVE!!! This is one BIG LOVE BUG people! Please stand in line for your share of LICKS and KISSES! 

The first two photos show where Quy and Gracie (with Crewe & Nantwich Branch) were abandoned. Quy’s eye was so painful he couldn’t open it, the condition known as Entropion had never been dealth with, it’s where the eyelids roll inside and the lashes scratch the eyeball permanently. He was at Manchester Animal Hospital for two weeks for the operation to remove both sections of eyelids. He did have a Grade 2 heart murmer a couple of weeks back but upon a recent check it was practially inaudible.  Quy would love a home with another dog, but if not then you must be a sociable dog walker because he loves other dogs and to deprive him of this would be cruel. He’s so clumsy with his size and bounciness small children would struggle with this and he needs someone home most of the time. Existing dogs need to be fully vaccinated, neutered and micro chipped. 
A few words from his fosterer: 

“Quy is a happy puppy. This beautiful boy is an overgrown lapdog.  He is a big strong boy who loves walks, people and cuddling on the sofa. Quy is settling very well, and is learning his manners. When he meets new people he just wants to give kisses and so can be very bouncy. Once he had settled he will rest next to you on the sofa with his head on your lap. He is honestly the most cuddly dog, after a walk he does just wants to curl up and sleep near you!

Quy has got on well with all the dogs he has met.He’s very puppy like in his play so would need a companion who is just as lively as he is.  He does show a bit of separation anxiety but that’s to be expected considering the situation. 

He has shown no nastiness or mouthing when he is playing, nor with his toys or food. He just wants to give all the kisses! Quy is very trainable, and has already learnt “sit” and “lie down”. He is starting to figure out that when he is calm he gets more attention so doesn’t need to be so bouncy. At the end of the day, he is still very young. He does get quite distracted when he is outside or he sees another dog, but this just because he wants to say hi. He doesn’t love the car but is getting better with this. “

If you’d be interested in giving Quy a loving home, please contact our Dog Rehoming Co-ordinator on dogs@rspca-macclesfield.org.uk or leave a message on 07846 539500

Log 809 5/3/19

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