Bria is a great fit for most adoptive homes looking for a young, sweet natured, well rounded dog. Bria has a sought after, versatile energy level.
She loves her lazy days, and she loves her active days. She would love a mix of both. Bria is adventurous as they come. She would love to spend a day on the trail, yet also content to lay her head down on your lap for an afternoon snooze session.
Bria is super sweet and playful with fellow doggins, but not very dog perceptive. If there is an existing dog in the home that has boundary preferences, Bria would need a little guidance from her people to keep her safe and sound.
She has the best greeting! Bria will stretch her whole body out with her belly flat on the ground, roll over tail wagging and accept free belly rubs. Did we mention she’s the sweetest?
The previous life Bria endured has her a little hesitant to trust new people but on a routine she will thrive. Though Bria may be unsure of her surroundings at first, she will not project that in a negative way. She won’t nip anyone going in for a pet, even if she’s spooked. So families with little ones worried about nipping, you should not worry about that with Bria!
Bria minds great on leash. Naturally she is nose to the ground experiencing all the new and exciting scents, however if you need her attention she’s instantly right there where you want her, focused on you. A great park walking dog, attentive and social.
Bria is crate trained. She prefers to be crated in a quiet room where she can relax. Her crate is her den and she prefers her den away from the high energy of a main room. She’s good in a crate for the night or a normal workday.
Bria is house trained. She knows to go to the back door of her foster home when she needs to go outside. The best part, she’s lightning quick when she does her business. For those late mornings when you need to run out the door, no worries with Bria.
Bria is one of those dogs that her foster home can’t find many BUTS about. She’s pretty undeniable. She’s good with kids. She’s good with dogs. She’s good on leash. She’s good in a yard. She’s good in a car. She trades bones with her foster siblings and she takes a back seat to a stronger personality.
One lucky home is going to adopt Bria. To know her is to love her. You will want Bria by your side to show her everything this life has to offer.
Bria has an estimated DOB of March 2016. She weighs about 50 pounds and is guesstimated to be an American Bulldog/Pointer mix. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations.
For more information on our adoption process, please visit our website at www.youluckydogrescue.org and read our Adoption FAQ's and Before You Adopt documents. In addition you can complete an online adoption application from our website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
Our adoption fee is $300 and includes all age appropriate vaccines, spay or neuter and microchipping. The breed and age included in this listing is based upon the opinion of a vet that has examined the dog. We cannot confirm the age of the dog unless the dog was born in the care of the rescue. We are located in the metro Atlanta area. We currently do not allow out of state adoptions as a home check is required as part of the adoption process.
Breed: American Bulldog
Up-to-date with routine shots: Yes
- Adoption Application
- Before You Adopt