Age: 3 Yrs. Old
Adoption Fee: $550.00
Special Needs: no
My family always thought they would go to Paris someday… in case they never got to, they decided to name me Paris. I am 3 years old and kind of shy, but I have a lot of energy when I go outside. I loved outside living on the ranch. It was wonderful until the llamas and the alpacas moved in to keep the ranch grass mowed. But all I ever saw them do was spit on me! I could be across the yard and here they would come, ears laid back, lips out, looking for their next victim. Many days, covered in spittle, I played chase with them. I never was able to spit back, but I sure did try.
When my friend Dahlia told me she was leaving the ranch, I was ready to go, too. I was ready to take a shower, ready to write my letter to Santa and ready to find a family with nothing that spits. I can run like the wind and play with anyone that likes to play. I had some best friends on the ranch they were goats. They loved to jump over me and I tried jumping over them, but their bodies were made for jumping… mine was made for resting on the sofa. So, I’m off to Dr. Larsen’s vet clinic. I am going to have a few things done and then hopefully, I’ll have a home for Christmas. I called Dr. Larsen to make sure she did not have spitters at the clinic. She assured me that no spitting was allowed there, but a lot of lap sitting was… I know I am going to love it there! And I know they are going to love me there too.
12/28/18 Update: To the peeps of Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue, my name is Paris and I’m a sweet lil’ 3-year-old, 41-lb bundle of love!
I have been at my foster home for 2 weeks now. I’m learning some things so I will be ready for when my forever loves come along! I really like where I am and they love me, but my foster mom says I should be sharing all my sweetness with someone who needs me in their lives. I am crate trained, but still have a little more improving do in that department. I am getting a lot better walking on a leash, but I need to work on not chasing the neighborhood squirrels… even though it’s so much fun to see them scamper! I have no problem eating and I am enjoying trying all kinds of new treats. I am a skinny thing so the goal is to “fluff” me up a little more, and you don’t hear me complaining none!
In the beginning, I did have a few little oopsies in the house, but I’m getting better with that! I am not a barker, but I have been told I make some strange sounds. This isn’t a bad thing; it just gives me character, as my foster mom says. A huge plus in my foster home is that I get along with other dogs! Kingston, the resident Bulldog, and I have become buds, so we’ll just continue to hang out with each other until we get a text with the great news that you are coming to get me! See you soon!
2/4/19 Update: “Foster Pops keeps telling me that I’m the cutest little thing ever! Wouldn’t you like to come home to this cute face everyday? Then what are you waiting for?” – foster girl Paris