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!

1/27/20 Update:  S’mores is a ball of fire! She comes in full throttle… happy, bouncing, wanting all the attention. There’s no ignoring S’mores! I love visiting and working with this girl. Everyone and everything interest her. It’s like she’s getting to live life for the first time!

When you see her pictures, she’s posed so pretty and still, just looking beautiful and sweet. But actually, this was our day with S’mores: we had a trunk filled with roses. She immediately ran and jumped in it, stomping and sitting all over them, pulling the tops off and throwing them in the air. She then jumped out of the trunk and proceeded to get tangled up in the heart backdrop curtain and knock it over. Then she knocked over the lighting and got in the costume bag and carried a tutu around in her mouth. THIS IS S’MORES, and my life photographing Bulldogs.

S’mores is one of the reasons I love what I do so much. She makes it exciting. She’s so happy that instead of being mad, you just laugh and enjoy the moment with her.

The way we got her calm was to bring out the treats. In the photos, you’ll see her always looking at something… It’s the treat. She’s mesmerized by them. Afterward, she gave us each a kiss and trotted out like, “Well, that was fun,” and we all needed a nap. We loved it and we love her.

She’s had both surgeries for her spay and her prolapse and, as you can see, she is fine now. MORE THAN FINE! LOL

She’s a healthy, smart, sweet, fun, beautiful girl who loves people, dogs and life. She will be headed to a foster home soon, where she’ll learn a few more manners.

S’mores will love you with all her heart, never let you out of her sight and be all the fun you can stand. What more can you ask for?

2/9/20 Update:  S’mores is settling in very well with her foster family and she has not met a stranger. If you dont smile and laugh at this funny little girl, something is wrong with you! LOL

She is a little brindle ball of excitment and activity- just ask her foster siblings! Sometimes, she doesn’t seem to have an off switch to her playing, then you will find her in a heap, snuggled with one of her foster brothers, snoozing away.

This girl also loves, loves her toys and will drag out every one of them from the box. This is when the smiling starts because we know she probably didn’t have any in her former life.

S’mores appeared to be a used-up mill momma, with her uterus falling out of her body when she came into rescue, and to see her happy and gleeful spirt not broken from that life? It’s priceless.

She is a little thin and we are trying to put some weight on her. She has no objections to that. S’mores’ ideal weight will probably be around 50 lbs and she is a little more long-legged, which makes her great on walks. She loves to go on walks with her foster dad and does very well on a leash.

S’mores knows to go outside to do her business now, with only an accident here and there. Her perfect family will still need to have some patience with her, as this is the first time she has lived inside a home.

Even though she has a very soft mouth when taking a treat, she can still get a little mouthy when excited, so probably no small kids. She really wants to please her people and she always has a smile on her beautiful little face.