Ozzy: French Bulldog

Ozzy is a typical solid Frenchie with a smashing character, very playful and eager to please. He settled into his foster home immediately and thoroughly enjoys his home comforts, he is very affectionate and will happily snuggle at any time on the sofa with his favourite people.

Ozzy is very lively and extremely energetic, so will need to have his energy levels met with daily exercise, however he is currently very strong on the lead, with dog reactive tendencies, and hasn’t previously received targeted training in this area, but he is incredibly bright and is proving to be a quick learner so will clearly benefit from further training. He is completely ball obsessed and will do anything to play ball, a great training aid!

Ozzy would prefer to be an only dog in a Frenchie experienced home, he could also live happily with older children, but due to his bouncy nature we are not looking to re-home him with very young children. Much loved by his previous family, he is looking for a new home due to a drastic change in his owner’s circumstances. He would like to live in a house with a secure garden he can have regular access to, rather than an apartment.

He has visited our vet for a thorough check up and was commended on his wide nostrils and longer nose, meaning he will not require BOAS surgery, as many brachycephalic dogs do.

5 year old Ozzy is neutered, microchipped, flea and worm treated and is being fostered in Deal, Kent CT14. If you are interested in offering Ozzy a home, please complete our online Adoption Form

All Cinque Ports Rescue dogs are neutered (or subject to a neutering agreement if not of appropriate age), microchipped, core vaccinated and up to date with parasite treatment. They all have lifetime support and full backup, 4 weeks free insurance and an adoption pack including 5 kg of Natural Instinct food and nutrition information. We currently only re-home within the South East Kent area unless otherwise stated in our homing adverts.

All home offers will be subject to vetting and a home visit, and an adoption agreement and donation of £320 is required.