Chyna – Now Adopted!

Chyna update – Happy news

Today is the day we get to tell you that our little Chyna doll has now found her forever home!!

She has a brand-new family and a brand-new name Minnie, and we think it really suits her!

Minnie was collected on Wednesday by her new mum Susie and her son Roy.

It was love at first sight.

She is settling in really well and has even had a trip to the beach which she loved.

It’s so lovely seeing her so happy.

We would like to say a massive thank you to her foster mum Carla for stepping in twice to help our beautiful girl. We are so very grateful for everything you have done.

So please can you all join me in congratulating Susie and Roy on their beautiful new girl Minnie. We wish you many happy years together.

To our wonderful Minnie, your happily ever after has just begun and we can’t wait to see what adventures you have on store…


Previous statement below,

Dogs name:




Current location:

Bracknell, Berkshire.



Yes 6+, calm children


Yes, dog savvy cats.





Chyna is a very special little girl, she truly is the epitome of English Bulldog; she has had a very difficult time, but you would never know it from how much she loves all human contact.

Chyna is affectionate and so sweet natured; she just wants to spend her days at your side.


Chyna is a wonderful laid back little girl, but in typical bulldog fashion she has perfected the famous bulldog deaf ear when it suits her.

She doesn’t like loud boisterous noise it can make her nervous and she can get overwhelmed.

Chyna can be excitable meeting dogs whilst out walking and enjoys regular meets, but Chyna doesn’t like to share he home space with other dogs. 


Chyna needs a calm home environment, with a family who can treasure her and give her the life she deserves.

Take her on leisurely walks to explore and spend her days enjoying the simpler side to life.

She interacts well with children but can get overwhelmed and jump up when children are excitable, any young children visiting the home must be supervised, as she and has the potential to knock smaller children over.

Children must understand that bulldogs need time to settle in and have space to rest peacefully and uninterrupted.


Chyna walks well on the lead. She likes to explore and take everything in and likes to take her time.

She doesn’t pay attention to other dogs whilst walking but loves meeting new people and getting lots of fuss.

Toilet trained:

Yes, Chyna is a very good girl.

Can be left:

Chyna settles well she has a crate currently but isn’t keen on the door being shut. She will however take herself in it to sleep. Chyna can be left for up to 4 hours.


Chyna travels well because of this we will accept applications of up to 4 hours away.

Things to be aware of:

Chyna has a had a terrible start to life and she needs a family who understands that and can be dedicated to giving her the best life.

Chyna must continue on her current hypoallergenic diet, and is currently having Piriton twice a day, for allergies.

Additional information:

Chyna is a very special girl, who truly deserves a very special home.

Chyna will be the best friend you never realised you needed. And will make any family complete.

We don’t think there is anything this girl can’t overcome with the right people by her side.


Chyna’s story below,


Last night one of our fosters drove to get a little girl that we had been asked to help.

We knew she wasn’t in very good condition because her owners wanted to surrender due medical conditions, namely a prolapse and a rectal mass.

Apparently, a month after having her, she started to emit a “smell” from her back end, but she was only taken to a vet 8 weeks ago… The vet told them the mass needed removing or she needed to be PTS…. and still she was left …..

So this little girl has been suffering with a mass growing, causing a prolapse for 9 months completely untreated..!!

Everyone meet Chyna

This 5-year-old girl has been passed around for breeding before the current owners took her and that is evident from her undercarriage.

We barley dare to think about the life she has endured but we all know, don’t we??

Once Chyna was safely in the car Nadia called us in floods of tears. This little dot of a girl was petrified, there is clearly a huge mass creating a rectal prolapse, she stank to high heaven, skinny, filthy, and incontinent and with a growth on a nipple and horribly overgrown nails.

She was extremely stressed by the time Nadia got her home, so Nadia stayed with her downstairs to help her settle and a vet’s appointment was made this morning to see exactly what we are dealing with.

Chyna is so confused, bless her, she was distressed at the vets so she is being sedated so the vet can examine her thoroughly…. We know whatever needs to be done will have a financial impact so we are bracing ourselves.

Chyna came with absolutely nothing to her name, which is of no surprise, yet another dog that lined the pockets of breeders that ended up with nothing …!!!

And we are so great full to our amazing supporters for buying out her complete wish list in minutes.

Her treatment will be very expensive and the road to recovery will be a long one BUT it’s our job with your support to try and rectify everything that has been done to her during her sorry life…. She absolutely deserves ‘a life worth living’ so we are also asking for donations via the donate button, even £1 helps.

Thank you Ndia and Hajnalka for jumping into action for Chyna, we appreciate you so much, and know that we and our incredible supporters are with you every step of the way.

Please don’t apply for Chyna as she has a long road to recovery

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