Age: 5 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


Hello everyone, it’s me Lollibear joining rescue!  I hitched a ride with my friend Harley Carley. Can you believe she tried to leave without me?  That’s right, she tried to sneak out the door while I was having a snack.  And before you say I look like I have had too many snacks just know I am fine with the way I look.  I love to eat.  I call myself “big boned.”  It was a super sad day when my Dad told us goodbye.  On several other occasions he was going to let us join rescue , we would get as far as the car and then we would turn around and we would go back inside. But life was changing and my Dad was working more away from home and he did not want us by ourselves all the time. I am like a social butterfly and not getting to sit in a lap was really hard on me. I am 5 years old and on Monday I am going to go sit in Dr. Larens lap, tell her what kind of family I am looking for and I am sure there is a perfect family out there just for me!

10/19/20 Update:  Lollibear arrived at the vet clinic and weighed in at 77 pounds! Dr. Larsen called her “moderately obese” and would like her to lose 15 pounds. The diet started today.

She really is just as sweet as her name. She has a slight limp on her right rear leg. She has a tail pocket infection and will most likely require surgery. She has an eye ulcer and will require entropion surgery. Both of her ears are infected and have been treated. She has some flank alopecia, but that’s simply cosmetic.
The most concerning issue is a possible UTI. Her urine is blood red! They took urine today and will do X-rays for any bladder stones. She has a malformation of her vulva that causes it to twist and fold back on itself. This makes it impossible for her to completely drain her bladder, thus contributing to the UTI. Dr. Larsen will need to perform a vulvoplasty to correct this.
Please keep Lollibear in your thoughts as we get her on the road to recovery!