Harley

Quick Bio

Age: Adult (3-8 years old)
Gender: Female
Breed: Bulldog (English)
Size: Large (over 20 kg)
Colour: Brown & White
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with vaccinations
  • Good with dogs
  • House trained
  • Crate trained
  • Walks well on leash
Adoption Status: Adopted
Description: 

Rescue story : Harley was adopted by an army family who gave her up to another army family with small children. The new family had their hands full with a new baby and could no longer give her the attention and exercise that she needed so they gave her up and we took her in as a foster.

We really like this dog. she's one of our all time favorite fosters. We've had no problems with her. She's great inside, does her business outside in the morning and at night, loves to eat, and gets along well with our 2 pitbulls. However, in the beginning she would try to hump our dogs every so often, so we always kept an eye out to make sure things didn't get out of hand. Fortunately, she doesn't try to do that any more.

We also discovered she has sensitive skin. She's allergic to certain shampoos and can't spend too much time laying on cement as this will cause a rash. We are not sure what other things cause this rash. Besides that Harley is doing great. We have taught her to lay, and we are teaching her to stay and she is picking it up quickly. She's a really obedient dog. Also, the last time we took her to the vet for a check-up there were other dogs and cats around her and she did just fine. No signs of aggression toward any of the other animals.

Please feel free to ask any questions!!! Hope Harley can find a good home as she really deserves it. We can't stress enough how great of a dog she is especially after all she's been through.

Adoption Fee: ₩200,000
Location: Gyeongsan - 경산
Living Situation: In foster care
Adopted From: KAPS: Daegu

Comments

adoptbullies's picture

I love me some Harley.

dorothy and toto's picture

My dog (female) also tries to hump other dogs sometimes. It's a dominance thing. Bulldogs and other dogs with those wrinkly folds of skin often get skin problems and are more sensitive. I've read that gentle dish soap mixed with water and some glycerine makes a very mild shampoo. But it's better to just not wash too often or wash with just water. It's kind of sad when a baby enters the picture in a family so they have to shunt their dog off somewhere else. But Harley is very cute and sounds well-trained so she should be able to find a new home more easily.

tndjk's picture

we are another army family and would love to take her home as soon as possible!!! please let us know if she is still up for adoption and if so when we can do the paperwork to take to to her new forever home :)

the fosters's picture

Harley is doing well!! Besides her occasional skin rashes, she's perfectly healthy. She's a fun AND funny dog that loves to play and chill.

bhayesk9's picture

Did Harley ever get adopted? I sent an email asking for information to the contact emails listed but never got an answer. We would be interested in adopting Harley into our home. You can email me at bhayesk9@gmail.com or post here.

adoptbullies's picture

Hi there, thank your for your interest! I have forwarded your email of questions to her foster mom to answer as she would know more than I, if you would Like to submit an application, then download the one here on ark under "how to adopt" and email it to adoptbullies@gmail.com! Thanks for adopting over shopping for a pet!

bull's picture

Do we know Harley's current status?

adoptbullies's picture

Her status is up to date, still available for adoption ^^

bhayesk9's picture

I have been in contact with Harley's foster parents who are out of the country on a family emergency. We are currently looking into adopting her. More to follow when her foster parents return to Korea.

bull's picture

Bhayesk9, Please let me know if you decide not to adopt Harley, if you don't I would be interested. Thanks!

bhayesk9's picture

I have submitted the application and still waiting to hear word. I will keep you updated. Thanks!