Rhidegback Johnsons Bulldog cross





Approximate Age

2 years



If you are interested in adopting this dog then please read our Adoption Policy and then complete an Adoption Application.  




Bear came into our care during the summer and it became apparent that he had a problem with his back legs - Bear has now had corrective surgery and he's recovering from his operation well.


Unfortunately, Bear is having to recover in kennels and that's really not ideal for him - we desperately want to see Bear settled in his forever home or spend a few months in a comfortable foster home until he's fully fit. If you feel that you could offer him a foster home, please get in touch. Fostering is incredibly rewarding - helping Bear to full health and watching him settle into his forever home will be an experience that will stay with you forever. 


Bear is a bouncy and playful boy, although he needs to stay calm at the moment, post-operation, to help his recovery and he is only allowed out in the exercise area for a few minutes at a time. Poor little boy. 


Bear already knows 'sit', 'stay' and 'paw', but don't hang around too long before giving him his reward or he'll jump up to speed you along!  He takes his treats gently and walks nicely on the lead. He's an inquisitive boy on walks. Bear is a big daft puppy, an affectionate boy with a smashing personality - he's just a loving goofball  who needs a home to call his own.



To adopt Bear, please complete our online adoption application form and we will be in touch. We welcome applications from the North West but unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from further afield. Please submit your application before requesting to meet our dogs, visits are by appointment only. Please note that Homeless Hounds is unable to rehome dogs to families with children under 5 years.

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