Please meet "Bubbles", aka "Dolly Parton" (big chest and wide smile). Bubbles is an energetic, enthusiastic love-machine. She is the most cuddly and affectionate dog EVER. She loves to lay her chin on your chest and gaze into your eyes. Bubbles is a Boxer/Bulldog/Terrier mix of something. She is low to the ground but quick and strong. 56 pounds of love and is about 6 years old! Bubbles is an absolute Angel...at least 86% of the time. She is a bully-boxer after all. She loves to be with her people, whether it is going in the car and having an adventure or cuddling and chill-axin. She is a happy girl and loves meeting new people, everyone is her BFF. Bubbles is so excited for spring and been excavating her new garden and gathering as many seeds (bird food) as she can find. Bubbles isn't all about the outdoors - she is very smart and is taking a class in animal enrichment. She plans to train her foster mom with all the things needed to know how to make her life even sweeter. It is impossible not to feel special around this sweet girl. Smart, a bit sassy, super affectionate and goofy. Bubbles is a dream dog. Bubbles is looking for a great home, but HAS to be the only dog. She is great on a leash and loves short walks. We believe she could be taught to skateboard, surf, kayak, carry a pack, do therapy work (with a bit more training). She is up for anything. We are a RESCUE GROUP, not a shelter, and all of our animals are in foster homes. To start the adoption process, email us at [email protected] requesting an application. Submitting an application does not commit you in any way, but helps us make the best match between people and our available dogs. Your current or past dogs must be inside dogs who have been spayed/neutered and are on heartworm prevention. All of the dogs in our program are inside dogs and are completely vetted including all vaccinations, spayed/neutered, free of internal parasites, microchipped, heartworm negative and on prevention before adoption. Our adoption process includes an application, check of vet records or personal references, interview, neutral site meet & greet with the dog and your family, and a home visit.