Bane English Bulldog Adult Male in Knoxville, Tennessee

My story
Bane is NOT ready to leave yet.

He's only available for pre adoption!

He has to complete his medical treatment and take his vow of celibacy before he can go to his new home. Bane is a ham of a dog.

There's no other way to put it.

He snorts,

farts,

cries like a banchie when he wants food or to go outside.

He is the male version of a diva!

He's young, but a lazy bones.

Food,

walkies,

and meeting new people are about the only things that get him excited.

Other than that, he will just lay around like a blod.

He is seriously a greed machine,

loves food more than anything in the world.

Unfortunately,

he has severe allergies and can only eat his special food.

He is a medical mess. Aside from his special food, he will need to get his allergy shot once a month for the rest of his life.

If he doesn't get it,

he will have really bad skin,

ear,

and eye allergies that cost hundreds to fix.

So it is very important that you be willing and able to properly care for him for the rest of his life.

Bane is dominant with other dogs but does fine with them as long as they don't try to dominate him.

He doesn't like to play with them,

but coexists pretty well (again,

he's a lazy bones) same with kids.

He loves kids but wouldn't tolerate one who likes to be all over a dog.

He loves pets and to be told he's pretty,

but isn't big on hugs and kisses (he was never raised with such affection so it doesn't feel natural to him). While he may look like a scary little tank to some,

he is the worst guard dog.

He doesn't know a stranger and doesn't even bark when the doorbell rings.

Totally useless in that department.

But if you're looking for a chill friend to hang out with and binge watch your favorite show,

or go on long walks,

he is your man!
If you have any questions or would like to adopt Bane, please reach out to the adoption group directly. PetSmart Charities does not facilitate the adoption process. Thank you.


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