Are you looking for absolute love and adoration? A loyal, faithful lovebug who wants nothing but to be by your side? No need to look further because Tank is your man.
Tank, a devoted boy who will follow you to the ends of the earth, came into rescue because of some stomach and surgical issues. When he had a second intestinal blockage that required surgical intervention, his owners gave him up because of the cost of treatment. He is now on low cost medication to treat his inflammatory bowel disease as well as being on a special diet.
He does have a rather strange penchant for chewing on cloth, which is a problem given his intestinal problems and blockage history, so no blankets in his crate and do watch any clothes you may have lying around in his reach. We are not sure if this is a symptom of tummy upset or hunger, but keep a close watch for any available fabric that may be around him.
If you have children, Tank will be all over them with jumps and kisses. He loves them so much that in his enthusiasm, he can knock down little ones, so beware of that. Cats? Not in his equation. Dogs? An absolute no. Tank much prefers to be an only dog so he can keep his people all to himself.
Bottom line is Tank is an easy dog when his health issues are under control. He wants nothing more than to be a couch-cuddler with his people and to follow them wherever they go. If you work at home, he’ll be lying at your feet all day. If you work outside the home and can bring dogs to the office, he is a perfect candidate as long as there are no other dogs.
Says his foster mom, “Tank is an unbelievably easy dog once his stomach issues are under control. He will need special food and meds and they can be pricey and cannot be adjusted or he throws up. He is a typical bulldog, but listens well. He will do almost anything for food and he’s a serial face-kisser. Overall – he’s one of the easiest dogs I’ve ever dealt with.”