Mookie, an Olde English Bulldogge, is ready to find a home to run solo in. He was rescued from his non-reputable breeder into a home that had already welcomed two of his litter-mates previously. Sadly, the first part of his life was confined to cage and he never got the attention and socialization that he so desperately needed. We rescued him not knowing the full extent of any behavioral issues he may have had, except that he had gotten into a fight with another dog before. In attempt to give him a better life and 'rehab' him, we house-trained him, got him some vet care, and began working on his socialization. He couldn't be around our Beagle or Belgian Malinois, due to an incident the first day he came home, but he could be around his brother and sister. That really helped him learn how to be a dog, something he had never picked up on being locked up all the time. He calmed down tremendously after being neutered. He is friends with one of my cats, but she's a tough kitty who fights back when he pushes the boundaries. He's gotten to a point where he can't be around any of the other dogs, as there have been a few run ins and now I think it's best that he finds a home where he can be the only dog. He does have some separation anxiety that leads him to destroy furniture and shred dog beds. However, he does crate well. He's never had real issues with other people, though he does get 'mouthy' when he plays with new people for the first time and occasionally nips. He's very trainable and with a little attention, this trait wouldn't be an issue. Surprisingly, though he's built like a tank, he can jump a 6ft fence and is very quick. He loves belly scratches, catching treats mid air, and his stuffed animal collection. He's a sweet, gentle , giant, at around 83 pounds. OEBs don't have the same health issues that traditional bulldogs face, so you won't have to worry about breathing issues in warmer temperatures. The perfect home for Mook would be with a truck driver (as he loves being in the care with a hand on his back) or someone who works from home and needs a companion. No dogs, no children, and cats are possible, with the right cat. If you want to meet Mook and see how you vibe together, our pack would be happy to welcome you for a visit. Thank you.