Melba’s Looking For A Forever Home, & That’s a Lot Of Bull….Dog
This week we've got Melba the bulldog as our featured Pet of the Week.
Melba is a two year old bulldog who is a cross between an English bulldog and an ole English bulldog.
She came to the Animal Welfare Society as a relinquished pet when she had some trouble getting along with the other dog in the home. She's very loving, just like most bulldogs, but would be best as the only pup in the house. By the way, she does get along well with cat's, go figure.
If you know the traits of a bulldog, they can be kind of stubborn, they droll a lot, but can be amazing dogs in the right environment. As we always say, when you adopt a dog, you adopt the breed.
Melba is looking for a family ready to give her some love with experience caring for her bulldog needs.
Right now, the Animal Welfare Society is not allowing visitors into the shelter. They posted this message on their website:
Due to the recent news and closures across the state, as of Friday 3/13/20, we have suspended all adoption visiting hours and events until further notice.
Applicants with an approved adoption form can still meet and adopt our animals by scheduling an appointment. Appointments can be made by calling 860-354-1350
Dog/Cat Adoptions: If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs or cats, please fill out an application online.
We will not be able to accommodate any walk-in visitors or drop-in applications at this time.