S’mores

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

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S’mores

What is it that all you humans like to eat on a cool night by the fire? Well, then you will love sharing that fire with me. My name is S’mores and today I was rescued from the shelter.

I have had a few puppies in my time, and I am around 5 years old. I am in fairly good health, but I do have a major problem with my lady parts. Something is hanging out that shouldn’t. Dr. Larsen says it is a vaginal prolapse. That’s a fancy way of saying it is yucky and hurts, so I need to get that fixed ASAP.

You will be glad to know I am a super sweet girl, and I have liked every dog I have met so far. I know how to walk on a leash and I do my business outside, where a lady should.

As soon as I get all fixed up I will be off to a foster family to recuperate and get ready for my perfect new family. Would you like to be matched with a dark, beauty like me? You would love to have S’mores by your fire this winter!

1/15/20 Update:  I’m about 5 years old and I am loving rescue! Lots to eat, a warm place to sleep and all the love a girl could ask for. You see, I was found on the street and ended up in a local shelter. Lucky for me, the shelter folks knew just what to do and contacted Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. The volunteers kicked into gear and I was soon heading to Dr. Larsen’s office.

I sure needed to see the Doc. I’ve been a mom several times and my last litter left me in a bad way. My uterus had prolapsed and I wasn’t given any medical care for it, especially when I was out on the streets alone. I’m not complaining because that’s what led me to rescue and now Dr. Larsen has repaired my problem.

Now that I feel better and have put on some weight, I am enjoying my life. I make myself at home anywhere I am. I’ve never met a stranger. The other day, I had my pictures taken and the volunteers had a ball with me. I love toys, so I played tug-o-war with one of the ladies. I threw my toys in the air, I ate my treats and treats the other dogs had left on the set. I ran around the room getting everyone to pet me and then decided to pee on the blanket. It was a great day for me and for them, too! Maybe not the pee and blanket thing. Oh, well… it’s washable.

I will be moving in with my foster family soon and they will enjoy me as much as the volunteers did. That’s because I’m just a hap, hap, happy girl and I love everyone. I’m kind of silly and really funny, too! When I find my forever family we will laugh all the time together, because I’m a real riot when I get going. Until then, I’m just going to enjoy everyone here… and all this food!