Why "Pac-man?" You gotta see the way this blockhead yawns and slaps his smushy lips closed like a large mouth bass to get it! Everything this guy does is more weird and entertaining than you could ever imagine. His bouncy ears, unique crooked tail, and resting bully face will keep your family laughing. And all of his dragon grunts and frog hops when he plays with his dog friends will probably make you pee a little. We'd love for Pac to have at least one other doggy playmate in his forever home who likes to wrestle and doesn't mind sharing toys. He was so happy when he realized he had another bulldog around to flap jowls at in his foster home! Pac is also super affectionate and wants to be in your lap or as close as possible. He loves to snuggle close and loves his humans hard. Pac-man is crate trained and potty trained and is doing a great job learning not to jump on his new friends to say hi. Due to the way he was bred, he has VERY turned out elbows, which can come with some joint pain. Basically, his poor squatty body exists against all odds. Pac-man's forever home should have minimal or no stairs to traverse and his family should be prepared to help manage any pain he could have longterm with joint supplements, and helping him avoid jumping on and off high places on his own. Pac is also great with bathing and grooming, because...more attention for Pac-man. Pac is not currently living with kids, but we think kids 6+ are best, while he's still learning not to put his paws up to say hi to new friends.