Princess Buttercup-Adopted


Gender: Female
Breed: English Bulldog mix
Age: 1 year
Weight: 54 lbs


Princess Buttercup appears to be a delightful combination of English Bulldog and Boston Terrier, resulting in an adorable pup with a personality as sweet as her name. This black-and-white beauty is a cuddle enthusiast who loves to snuggle up close and stare into your eyes as you serenade her with your favorite tunes.

One of Buttercup's favorite pastimes is lounging across your lap as you relax on the couch, ensuring she gets her well-deserved cuddle time. When you give her neck scratches, she expresses her happiness with delightful grumbly noises that will warm your heart.

Buttercup is not just a snuggle bug; she's also a well-behaved companion. She's house-trained, and her foster family trusts her to be left uncrated in the house. This speaks to her reliability and good behavior.

One of Buttercup's greatest joys is spending time with other dogs. She's an enthusiastic player and enjoys the company of her fellow canine friends. However, she can sometimes get a bit too excited for some dogs' liking. It's not aggression; she is simply overly eager to be friends and needs a bit more practice in reading their signals.

In terms of energy levels, Buttercup falls into the medium category. She does have moments of puppy-like energy, but with just 30-45 minutes of a walk or playtime, she's usually content. Buttercup is a people-oriented dog who will follow you around the house, always curious about what you're up to. When she gets bored, she might decide to explore the house.

If you're ready for endless cuddles, delightful grumbles, and a loving companion, Princess Buttercup could be your perfect match!

Note about the breed: The indicated breed is our best estimate based on visual characteristics, but without a DNA test, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. However, mixed-breed dogs, lovingly known as mutts, encompass a wonderful variety of traits and are often some of the most cherished and lovable companions.

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