Age: 6 Yrs. Old
Adoption Fee: $450.00
Special Needs: no
My name is Bevo and I am having a mid-life crisis! My name has always been Bevo, (like that longhorn steer), but I am now officially known as Bevo II because rescue recently had another bulldog named Bevo. Just another mid-life change to deal with. I was with my old owner as long as I can remember. But then things started changing. She fell in love with a two-footer and got married; then they started having these little bitty humans that crawled all over me. Now they say another one is on the way!
I am about to have a nervous breakdown from all these changes. Hence my mid-life crisis. After talking it over with the family we decided it might be better if I found a new gig with a family who was a little slower and could spend more time with me. I could use a little less drama in my life, that’s for sure!
I’ll miss my old family, but I hear sometimes a mid-life crisis leads to better things. I’m only six so I will have lot’s of time with my new family. Maybe you are having a mid-life crisis now that your kids are grown and gone? Maybe you need a fresh start too? We could heal and move on together. How about giving a good dog a new chance?
2/26/18 Update: It finally stopped raining long enough for me to take my white fur outside and take some new pics. I have been doing OK in my foster home, just OK, nothing special. I have tried really hard to act nice, but my sight is not what it once was and a lot of times, when something else with fur gets close to me, I don’t know if they are a friend or foe. My instinct kicks in and I start a fight. It’s really hard being visually impaired. I want to be nice, but it’s really hard.
Most of the time, when I start a fight, the other Bulldog is a lot bigger and things go south for me fast. I sure wish I knew their size before I start a fight. I am so tired of fighting. I need a family with no other dogs in the house, just a place to rest my head, and take a long nap. Other than my eyes, I am really healthy and I am no trouble at all. It will take me about 1 day to learn the lay out of a new place and after that, it’s like I have lived there forever. So, if you know someone whose house is fur-free, let them know about me. I’m 50 lbs of solid gold!
3/20/18 Update: I know I’m a little more seasoned than most folks looking to rescue want, but I am worth any adoption fee and more! It is definitely true because that is what my foster mom says and she knows a thing or two about Bulldogs. I have the standard care needed for a bulldog. My ears, my eyes need medication, and I was blessed with a deep tail pocket so that needs regular cleaning, too. I am very patient while all the cleaning and medicating is done. I have some vision problems, but I get around really well. I do have an issue with other things with fur as I don’t see the best and I don’t know if they are friend or foe. I love, love, love people!!!! I had a family for a long time, but then I ended up at a shelter. I’m okay hanging out here at my foster home, but I would really like my own family again, fur free, of course. I’m up for a nice couch, a lap to lay my head in, and Netflix!!! Who is down for that with me??? Handsome Bevo II