Age: 4 Yrs. Old
Adoption Fee: $600.00 (Plus Sales Tax)
Special Needs: no
I’m really happy to be here. I had my bags packed with my toys and bowl early Saturday morning. I kept my lamb baby out to ride in the car with me. I love my Lammy. She’s my favorite toy.
I came to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue because my mom recently became allergic to me. Mom and Dad were very sad they couldn’t keep me anymore, but they wanted me to have a wonderful new home.
I was a very big girl… I got right in the car (with Lammy) and said my goodbyes. When we drove off, I saw Mom crying, but I think they were happy tears because she knew I was going to have a wonderful new life.
The first thing I did was eat something called donut holes. The lady that I was riding with picked up two bags: one for her and one for me. We ate them all the way to Dr. Larsen’s office. When we got there, the vet tech, Heather, weighed me and then we went outside to take pictures. I then met Dr. Larsen and she hugged and kissed me. She said I was a beautiful girl and they were going to take good care of me.
Lammy and I are going to enjoy all this hugging, kissing, cozy beds and food they’re giving out around here. Next week, I get to pose for my Christmas pictures. That’s going to be so much FUN!
Lammy and I like it here and we are ready to see what the future brings! Very nice to meet all of you. We’ll talk again real soon!
12/18/19 Update: Lulu Bea just arrived at her foster home. Lulu might just be the tiniest Bulldog foster mom has ever seen. At 26 pounds, Lulu is about the size of a large Frenchie. Foster mom is feeding her an extra midday meal so Lulu can fill out a bit more.
Make no mistake, in spite of her size, Lulu would love to be the alpha female. She must have had to compete for food because this girl loves food and snacks and wants to be first in line in the kitchen. She likes other dogs, but does try to be dominant. Her two fur siblings either walk away or correct her when they are tired of being bothered. Lulu appears to like children too. It appears she may have been punished harshly in her prior life because she does cower down. Lulu’s worst enemy is the electric toothbrush. The sound must remind her of something unpleasant as she barks and growls at it.
More to come as Lulu gets ready for her first real Christmas.
12/21/19 Update: Lulu Bea is settling into her foster home. She loves a cozy warm bed, food and snacks. Lulu is also getting into the Christmas spirit. This will be her first real Christmas and she is going to love it. Foster Mom is feeding her several meals a day so she can put on some much needed weight. Lulu also had her first bath in her foster home and her fur is glistening. She is gaining confidence, for sure.
12/31/19 Update: Lulu had her first Christmas in her foster home and she was the first fur kid to run to the tree on Christmas morning. She grabbed the biggest and best snake toy and took it to her bed.
Lulu is settling in and loves humans, big and small. She has some fears of loud noises and still cowers a bit when approached. She loves nothing more than sitting by the fire in her little bed.
Lulu is very small, at less than 30 pounds. She is eating 4-5 small meals a day, in hopes of gaining weight and overcoming some gagging issues. Lulu most likely did not have a good steady diet in her previous life.
Lulu is such a good girl. Working with her to allow her be the best she can be, is a joy.
1/9/20 Update:Lulu Bea took advantage of the nice weather today. She was a bit concerned about getting back in her house, but made progress on a leash.
1/15/20 Update: Lulu Bea likes hanging out with the fur siblings in her foster home. They all seem to want the same Benebone, even though there are plenty of Benebones to go around. Lulu has enjoyed having toys of her very own.
Lulu needs several small meals throughout the day. She needs to gain weight and small frequent meals during the day, work much better for her.
Lulu loves people, but she is frightened by sudden, loud noises. She also does not like things she has never been around, such as small appliances that make unfamiliar sounds.
Another fear is the dreaded step stool. When foster mom gets the step stool out, Lulu barks and barks. Hopefully, she will become accustomed to those things she has never encountered before.