This gum became highly successful and was eventually named Dubble Bubble because of its stretchy texture. The original bubble gum was pink in color because that was the only dye that Diemer had on hand at the time and it was his favorite color.
Bubblegum has led an extremely difficult life as a neglected breeding machine. MPR promises her we'll give her all the TLC she needs to blossom into the beauty she deserves to be.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: French Bulldog Mix
Age: 1-3 Years
Weight: 45 lbs. (underweight)
Good with dogs: Selective
Good with cats: Selective
Bubblegum was scabby with missing hair from her hard life but now her coat is soft and shiny.
Bubblegum lives in a foster home with two adults and a college student. She loves to run in the fenced yard and go for walks with her foster Mom and her foster brother. She is great on a leash and is good on car rides. She is crated next to her foster brother when her people are at work and she is well behaved in her crate.
She gets along great with the resident male dog. She has a minimal prey drive, perking up her ears at squirrels, but staying for an ear scratch instead of chasing them. She has lots to learn. She has learned to keep her crate clean and is working on housebreaking. When she came, she knew very little about the world and she was very shy about everything, but she is starting to come out of her shell. She is a quiet dog who usually is content to follow you around the house enjoying whatever you are doing. Occasionally, she will have a burst of energy and run joyful circles in the yard with a big smile plastered on her face! She has learned to enjoy walks and is very easy on a leash. She is learning to sit and stay. She would probably be good with gentle children. You can tell she has had a tough life but she is on the road to learning how to be a beloved member of a family. She adores petting and loves to give kisses to say how grateful she to be with you.
Behavior with people:
She loves people and loves attention.
Behavior with children:
She is good with children, though her natural exuberance and playfulness may overwhelm toddlers.
Behavior with other dogs:
She gets along well with her foster brother and is not very reactive to other dogs in the neighborhood. She would probably do well with most male dogs.
Behavior with other animals:
She has met a few cats and was shy around them. She would probably do ok in a home with a cat.
She is housebroken and crate trained but she needs to be let out regularly as she doesn't ask to go out. She will stay when you go into another room if you tell her. She is learning to sit and is eager to please.
She is just a sweet lovable dog, who can be quiet and snuggle on the couch, but is happy to go for a walk and explore the neighborhood! Her cute face and heart-shaped black nose with those giant ears give her the cutest expressions!