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2nd Annual Bulldog Burlesque, Presented by Merrill Lynch

Date: 29 September 2018 17:30 to 22:30
Summary: FEBR's largest fundraiser of the year.
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SPCA Tampa Bay Pet Walk

Date: 6 October 2018 08:30 to 12:00
Summary: Stop by The FEBR Booth At The Pet Walk at Vinoy Park
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Sit! Stay! Sip! Rescue Event

Date: 4 November 2018 00:00 to 23:59
Summary: Meet & Greet Followed By An Evening VIP Reception
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Featured Rescue

Available for Adoption

 

Bell

Foster a Bulldog

Nausi

Age: 9

UPDATE 8/17/18: Nausi is ready to find her forever spot with another easy going dog or by her lonesome. She is incredibly sweet, but despite her surgery does still not breathe great. So she needs to be in a calm home where she can relax for her golden years. She is on carprofen to help her arthritis and also a joint supplement.

UPDATE 6/1: Nausi is medically cleared! She is breathing better since her surgery. She will continue to be on joint supplements and meds to help her arthritis.

UPDATE 4/30: Nausi is on Joint supplements & also carprofen to control her arthritis. She is scheduled to see our specialist in Tampa next week to have her elongated palette shortened!

UPDATE 3/30: Nausi is set to see a specialist in Maitland to see if she is a candidate for palette surgery to help her breathing improve. She is on a diet as well as carprofen to help her mobility. Her foster mom said she is just the sweetest girl! She is completely house trained and loves to nap on the couch and sleep their overnight too. She gets along with all of her foster siblings as well, so she should do very well in a home with other dogs and children as well mostly likely.

INTAKE: Nausi joins us after having at least 2 home previously. Her last owner was no longer able to care for her and surrendered her to FEBR. Nausi seems very easy going and should be good with dogs and kids. However, we were told she chases cats. 

Nausi is overweight and is showing signs of some mobility issues and labored breathing. We will know more after her vet visit.



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