Weight: 95

Location: Perkasie, PA

Nicknames: Hondo Mondo, Da Big Bubba

Good with other dogs?: Yes, Other:.Hondo is mostly, indifferent to other dogs. He will want to sniff and check another dog out in the home but will avoid a confrontational dog.

Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat

Good with children? OK for kids over: 10-12

Activity Preference: Will go with the flow

IQ: Average

Hondo’s favorite things: Hondo really does like to go for walks. One or two a day would be sufficient, and he generally tops out at about 1 mile. One of his favorite things are blankets. He will play, nibble, or just cuddle up with them.

Hondo is good at: staying in a crate, behaving in the house, making me feel safe, walking on a leash, cuddling, following commands

Ideal home: quiet environment, a fenced yard

Training Needs: socialization with people, socialization with dogs

Health issues: Hondo does seem to have some seasonal allergies. But nothing extensive.

Meet Hondo

Hondo is a wonderfully adorable big-headed bulldog. Unfortunately, he was abused by a man and that overall has affected his trust in men. So, he definitely prefers a female human companion. Hondo needs some time to adjust to new surrounds, but once that adjustment time is over…hold on to your hats! This boy follows his foster mom around like it’s his job.Hondo and his foster mom like to go for walks together, they both totally prefer the cooler weather! Once done for the night they cuddle on the couch together. Hondo knows that he’s not allowed to be crazy on the couch though, otherwise he gets kicked off and has to lay on the floor. Hondo sits nicely for treats and any food you are willing to part with. He goes into a crate with ease, sometimes preferring to lay in there to chew on a bone while foster mom cooks dinner. He will let you know that he has to go outside, sometimes a little too much. He has no idea how big he is, which is why older children would be better suited. Hondo is ALL BULLDOG. Goofy, silly, stubborn, hardheaded (figuratively and literally) but most importantly, loving.