The most important thing to know about Peggy is that she clucks like a chicken. No really, this gal clucks when she wants attention, potentially something she picked up living on a farm prior to coming to ABR ??? Bulldogs are weird, y’all. Peg also loves making new human friends, and will politely push her smushy face into your lap to get pets and love. She spends her days happily napping under her foster's WFH desk, but would also do just fine if you need to be away from home for work. She also really like snuggling up in bed with you, as long as you don't mind sharing with a barrel-shaped Olde English blanket hog, with the adorable piggy snores to match. We think Peggy would do best in a home with no kids since loud noises and things like reaching over her startle her. We’re not sure what trauma she’s been through in her past, but she is starting to learn that she never has to worry about being hurt by a human again. It doesn't take long for her to realize who the good ones are and give her whole heart to them. Peggy, like most bulldogs, will need to stay on joint supplements and medication to ensure her hips and joints are not causing her any pain.