Eddie Grant

Eddie Grant


Eddie Grant has been adopted! He writes: I met my furever family yesterday and I am so happy. I have a new Bulldog sister (Tanker Belle), two hoomun brothers and a mom & dad. They drove from San Antonio and it was instant love. Foster mom told me all about them, so I would know what to expect. They bought a new crate, bed, toys and blanket for me. They also had a special collar with a bow-tie and my name tag made. I will officially remain “Grant!” I didn’t get much playtime at my foster home since I finished my post-heartworm treatment on March 28, but I am making up for it now with my sister Tanker Belle! Thank you, Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue, for rescuing me, making me healthy and finding me an awesome furever family.

Please welcome Eddie Grant to our rescue family! At the age of 4, Eddie Grant found himself heartworm positive in a small Texas town with nowhere to go. Eddie ended up in a rescue that knew this gentle giant needed “his people.” He needed Bulldog-savvy folks, like us, to get him treated and to find him an amazing family. Stay tuned for more details.

Foster boy Eddie Grant is getting his full evaluation by the vet today. He’s heartworm positive so let his cute mug be a reminder to all of us: heartworm prevention is a must!

3/5/17 Update:  The name is Grant… Eddie Grant. Just counting the days until I can run and play! Seven days down and 23 to go. This heartworm stuff is not fun! I have been really good and taking it easy in my crate. It’s not that bad – I get all my meals brought to me, and my bedding is changed often (I sometimes have an accident). I stay in my foster parents’ room, so it is pretty quiet. Foster mom says I am handsome, sweet and a really good boy and I should not have a problem finding a furever family! I can’t wait for a “meet and greet.”

3/19/17 Update:  EG is in the house… always! I have about 8 days left of my post-heartworm treatment sentence and then hopefully I will be cleared to run, jump and play! I am so excited to play with the other dogs and hopefully meet my new furever family. I know they’re out there. Foster mom took some pics of me helping foster dad with the brisket (check out my “guns”), sitting outside with my foster sister (check out my model pose) and a close-up of my sweet mug!