Breed: French Bulldog
Current Location: Plano, TX
Adoption Date: July 25, 2020
Adopted by: Anne and John Anthony
Anne and John Anthony from Plano, TX knew when they saw Pamela that they wanted to make her a part of their family. They have a sweet, mild mannered DDB named Hank who almost mirrors Pamela’s personality. Hank was supposed to be John’s dog, but he’s a teacher and after returning to work from summer vacation, Hank soon attached to Anne since she works from home. John instantly loved Pamela and she was very comfortable sitting in his lap. They haven’t decided on a name yet, but promised to keep us updated on the Happy Tails page. This girl who was so terrified and a bit growly when she first came to the Ranch is now a gentle, loving soul who has found the perfect home and we couldn’t be happier!About Pamela Kay:
This girl is a breeder surrender, she was surrendered to another rescue that doesn’t take Frenchies, so they asked if we would help and we said we would be happy to. This girl is 4 years old and pretty overweight, she is terrified and freezes in place. She will need time to decompress. When I put a leash on her, she happily walks along with me, so that is a very good sign.
We are naming her Pamela Kay who is a radiology technician.
Welcome to dog Ranch Rescue Pamela.
Pamela was a breeder release and is just terrified and frozen in place at the Ranch. This is the face we see everyday, she would growl at us a little when we approached her but once you got a leash on her she would happily trot along side of you. She has gone off to foster because she needed a quiet place in order to feel better about what has happened to her.
Pamela is a new dog at Karla’s house. she’s a very bonded little girl and cries when Karla leaves, so clearly her days of being terrified at the Ranch are long gone.
Karla sending us a little update on Pamela.
Checking in with Pamela. She is such a sweet girl, always wanting to be by my side. Pamela has caught on quickly to our daily routines. She has learned to use the doggie door and sofa stairs, knows “go potty” when we take her outside and goes right to her bed at bedtime. Although she is sweet, she does have separation anxiety and will cry at the door if I leave the room or the house. Pamela will do well with someone who enjoys a snuggler, but is willing to show her that it’s ok if you need to leave. I love this girl so much and someone special is going to get to make her a part of their family.
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