Breed: Bull Terrier
Birthday: ~ June 8, 2018
Rescued: June 19, 2020
Re-Homed: December 9, 2020
- BeeBee is a bright girl who learns quickly when teaching her new things.
- She is mentally and physically sensitive to new things however, with patience and encouragement she is learning to explore in a positive and calm manner.
- She can get very excited with greetings. At just over 2 years of age, she is still very much a puppy and very exuberant.
- She responds well to a calm manner and slow strokes down her shoulders.
- She walks nicely, listens well and responds to verbal cues.
- She likes to cuddle however, she does take a little while to settle and calm down.
- She is exploring many new environments, including different ground surfaces which she is getting accustomed to.
- She is attached to the new people in her life and likes to hangout and watch what is going on around her.
- She will use her voice to let people know of her presence when they are not visible to her. Or when seeking attention!
- She does get fixated on other dogs she sees.
- As BeeBee has lost weight and is now fitter, she needs good exercise daily. This will include free running and walking.
- Her previous medication for her allergies made her sleepy. Since she is now taking a different type, her true high energy character has emerged.
- She is crate trained. Although no longer crated at night, she takes comfort in having an open crate to go in and out of freely throughout the day.
- She is known to spook at loud noises, including high pitched and clanking sounds.
- Given the opportunity, she will poke her nose into anything to satisfy her curious nature!
- BeeBee needs consistency in carrying on her training and exploring her environments.
- She is learning new skills, and these will need to be maintained so she can remain successful in her life.
- She needs a home where she can be with her people and spend couch time with them.
- As her fitness developes and improves over the next few months, she will be able to do longer walks.
- BeeBee is best suited to being the only dog (animal) in the home. This will allow her to develop good social interactions with her people and have all the cuddle time!
- As BeeBee has got fitter, her energy levels have increased, so she will need to do more, to keep her occupied and settled.
- Her people need to be dog savvy with this breed, and patient, as she can be high maintenance, especially at first as she adapts to her new environment.
- An enclosed back yard is a must, so she can play daily with you, to burn off some of her energy.