Dog | Male | Age: 2 | French Bulldog | Spayed/Neutered | Up-to-date on vaccinations
Playful, happy, and funny puppy. He has no issues with aggression, gets along with people and pets. He seems to like to play with males and cuddle up and defend his female hoomans.
He has met other dogs and gotten along well.
Jackson is paraplegic. He requires manual expression of bladder to pee, every 6 hours or so, otherwise his bladder will overfill and leak. He also has little control over his bowels, and will often defecate inside. However, he goes outside most times if on regular eating schedule and you find out his routine. He poops every 6 hours or so. Jackson has a wheelchair and sling which assist in walking.
A person or family with a lot of time. Jackson's needs are a handful and can be time-consuming. For example, he is manually expressed to pee about 5x a day and will often poop in his cage overnight if he doesn't get outside late enough for his last poop.
Jackson is the cutest French bulldog you have ever seen. He is about 20lbs and blonde.
We would like to find a home within driving distance from us. If you ever need respite or don't have anyone to let him outside, we would love to help free of charge. We have to give him up due to not having enough time for his needs. My girlfriend has a traveling job and I work 2 jobs. Due to not having respite options, we are unable to plan vacations together and our dream of having a family seems out-of-reach at the moment. He wasn't out dog to begin with, but when his previous owner was unable to pay for his IVDD surgery and recovery, we stepped in. He is fully recovered and has a wheelchair, sling, cage, pillows, blankets, etc which help immensely with his condition. We would love to assist someone in learning how to express his bladder and detail his normal routine to limit the amount of accidents indoors. Giving him up is the hardest thing for us and we would love to remain a free resource for his new home.
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