Location: North Carolina

Age: 5 yrs.

Sex: Male, Neutered

Weight: 32 lbs.

Kids: Yes

Cats: Unknown

Dogs: Yes

Adoption fee: $600

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, Romeo’s hit the available page. We are sure that like his Shakespearean name, he’s sure to break a few hearts with his handsome face.

Romeo did not have an easy go of things in the early stages of his foster care. Village followers may remember that he came in with another dog, and he needed some special TLC from his foster family.

For those of us familiar with the breed, Romeo’s problems may seem those of a typical Frenchie, however to anyone new to owning a French Bulldog, Romeo may have some medical concerns for a future family to be mindful of. He has some digestion issues, and is required to take certain medications to help him eat. This will require daily administering of special pills from his vet, and we would require this plan remain the same in his forever home. He is also on a grain free diet, and has done well with his eating and digestion since his change of food. Romeo enjoys his food and may eat a little too quickly. We would suggest a slow feeder bowl, or a raised bowl, to assist his digestion.

Now, Romeo does have one nasty habit his foster family has been working tirelessly to control, and that is his penchant for eating tasty poo nuggets. Romeo’s new family needs to be very aware of this and have a plan in place to correct it.

Romeo loves people. Do you work from home? Are you able to take your dog to work? Then Romeo is your guy! He loves to curl up on the couch with his foster dad, so if you are looking for a cuddle bug, you need look no further.

Potty training has been a work in progress, and while Romeo has really come a long way, he can still be a stubborn Frenchie. Constant attention to his “gotta go out” signs will need to be adhered to. Romeo’s foster family has taught Romeo that going potty outside IS the best way, but he still may have the occasional accident.

Romeo will walk on a leash, but may lunge at squirrels and other small animals. A strong walk leader will be needed to give him some exercise, but he will be so happy for your efforts!

If you think Romeo is the guy for you, please state on your application how you would plan to continue with his grain free diet, and medications prescribed by his current vet. We want to be sure he stays on course to a happy, healthy life.

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