Leah Carol

Age: 3 Yrs. Old

Gender: Female

Adoption Fee: $600.00 (Plus Sales Tax)

Special Needs: no

  • Tolerant of children
  • Tolerant of dogs
  • Tolerant of cats

Adopt a Bulldog

Leah Carol


Wow!  I was able to send word to Santa Claus just in time to let him know that I was in a shelter and I sure needed a rescue! I was picked up as a stray and no one came looking for me.  That was fine with me because I was tired of having babies and I am also Heartworm Positive.  The word all over the shelter was if you get out you will be one lucky bulldog if you end up with LSBCR because Dr. Larsen will let you sit in her lap. Do you see me? I am sitting in Dr. Larsen’s lap telling her all about the new life I am going to have! I joined rescue on Christmas Eve, that makes me a Christmas miracle too! Dr. Larsen thinks I am about 2-3 years old and she commented she had never seen a bulldog as sweet as me!  Well, that’s all about me for now other than to thank you for rescuing me on Christmas Eve. Love Leah Carol

2/8/20 Update:  You haven’t heard from me in a while, as I have been going through heartworm treatment. I am now on my 30-day rest time. I’m tired of resting. I’m ready to get up and get going! It’s hard for a 3-year-old girl to just lay around all day. I’m ready to get out in the world and see what’s going on!

Beause I’ve had to stay at the vet clinic for my treatment, I’ve leaned some wonderful things I didn’t know about the world: Dogs are supposed to be loved, touched and cared for by people. They get to live among people, not in a create all the time. The best part is they can go outside, play and get ear and belly rubs. They can get dressed up and get their picture taken.

Picture day was GREAT! I got all the attention. I am very well behaved, so they were very proud of me. They showed me my photos when we finished, and I didn’t realize I was so beautiful. I even got to wear wings. I looked like a big bird ready to fly away to my new life.

When my turn was up, I kept running back into the photo room and jumped on the couch for more pictures. I didn’t want it to end. They laughed, kissed me and said we would do it again next week. I’ll be waiting.

Soon my rest time will be over, and I’ll get to move in with my foster family. Then it will be time to start meeting potential forever families. To be someone’s baby girl forever would be a dream come true! Just know I’ve been resting a long time, so I’ll be ready to live, love and lick you until both of our hearts’ content!

2/17/20 Update:  I just moved into my foster home on Saturday and I’m still finishing up my heartworm treatment. Foster Dad says there is only one word that describes me: chill! I’m a pretty chill gal ~ the kind you want to snuggle up on the couch with.

I love getting on my leash to do my business. Just don’t try to get me to walk where I don’t want to walk. I like to lead the way. I looooove being loved on, but come on, who doesn’t?

There’s a little two-legged sister here and oh boy, do I think she’s swell! In fact, I pretty much love everyone in this house. I’m not even bothered by the weird mini lion roaming around. I heard someone call it a cat.

I still have to take it easy for now, but in a few more weeks, I’ll be ready to find my furever home. I suggest you get your applications in now because a sweet girl like me won’t be single for long. Maybe you’ll be my perfect match!