You have a decent career job, friends who are good enough to throw back a few beers with on the weekends, and a nice home in a state you love. You may or may not be single, but it’s fine either way because there’s always Tinder. Yet, despite your apparent success, there’s something missing. Ah! Yes, a dog. We’ve done our due diligence and found the perfect rescue dog for residents of all 50 states. This week, we’ve got the perfect sweetie-pup for the state that takes the welfare of its dogs pretty darn seriously.

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…French Bulldog
Oklahoma City is nicknamed “The Big Friendly,” but the state takes the term “dog friendly” to a whole new level. By Oklahoma law, making an “ugly face” at a dog is a crime punishable by a hefty fine or even jail time. If you live in a land that heavily advocates for dog rights, you should get a dog that will be just as supportive. Oklahomans in search of a great companion should consider adopting a French Bulldog.

Funny-faced Frenchies are categorized as companion dogs because they love their owners undyingly. They are tiny little guys ranging from 16 to 28 pounds, which means they can go everywhere with you. They love car rides, exercise, and the adoration of strangers. Did you know dog friendly workplaces are proven to make employees happier and more productive? A French Bulldog would make a great office-mate that your coworkers would surely appreciate. They are generally low maintenance; they just need company and exercise to feel happy.

It is unlikely that these sweet, affectionate dogs would be the butt of any “ugly faces” while in public, but if they are, alert an Oklahoma official immediately. As Oklahoma native and internet sensation Sweet Brown would say, “Ain’t nobody got time for that!”

Ready to adopt a Frenchie of your own? Here are some sources to help you on your search.

Oklahoma French Bulldog Rescue Resources
French Bulldog Rescue Network
Short Mugs Rescue Squad
Oklahoma French Bulldog Rescue Groups

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