Adoption Fees: $300
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
January 30, 2019 – Bruce has been adopted by his foster mom. He now lives with a female pug and a stay at home mom.
January 15, 2019 – I am very proud of the little man , he was a perfect gentleman and shared his toys with the 2 visiting Goldens he sat with them to get a cookie , no bad behaviour at all .He had lots of fun playing in the enclosure with them – wonderful progress. Bruce knows that he is loved and has structure.
January 2, 2019 – Bruce’s incision looks very good, he has settled in well , still very bossy with my dogs which we are working on . Everyday 3 long walks on the property on leash. No accidents in the house. Excellent in the crate at night in my room . He is rewarded with a favorite Kong laced with peanut butter when he goes in .He is very loving and very much a lap dog . His forever home should be someone working from home or retired. Bruce is very busy and very smart, he reminds me of having a puppy; you have to know where he is at all times. His personality is very Beagle with the sweetness of a Pug.
December 30, 2018 – Bruce is recovering well from his surgery and he is eating with appetite and pooping normally. Bruce will stay in foster care until he can get his teeth cleaned in 4 to 6 weeks. Bruce is learning to be a gentleman. He was used to be an only boy and can be a bit possessive of his toys. He loves to go outside and enjoys the warmth of a cosy bed.
December 22, 2018 – Bruce came to us today and had a surgery to remove chocolate papers stuck in his intestine. The vet removed about 25 papers that created a ball and were stuck in Bruce’s small intestine. Bruce is 7.5 years old and he is neutered. We believe that Bruce is a pug X.