Successfully Adopted

Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue has placed hundreds of Bulldogs over the years. Below are some of our more recent placements. They are now in those loving homes that they so richly deserved. Please take a moment to read about them and look at those happy faces, your tax deductable donations helped make all this happen!

Want to rescue a Bulldog? Look over our current list of available Bulldogs to find a match to add to your family.

Bella Bernice Update: Miss Bella Bernice is recovering nicely from her medical issues and now that she is feeling  better she has decided that she does not like her foster home brother Bo.  Knowing …

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Barkley Update: “Barkley is on the last half of his heartworm treatment and is doing very well.  He has actually gained a few pounds and is looking much better.  After he completes his heartworm …

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Hi to my new Lone Star Bulldog Rescue friends and family. My name is Sadie and I’m a 3 yr old brindle female. ‘Course you probably figured that from my name. I’m currently being …

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Bentley Boy weighs in at a whopping 69 pounds!  Big guy with a big appetite!  Bentley is 5 years old and like Sadie and Maddie was a kennel dog for the most part but …

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Maddie is a “BIG” girl at 66 pounds and could stand to lose just a few.  She seems like a very sweet dog and is good with cats, kids and other dogs.  Like the …

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Brutus says you are never too old to believe in Santa! Brutus update: Brutus is doing very well. When he came to us he weighed 24 pounds, now he weighs 56 pounds!! Brutus is …

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Hello to my new family at Lone Star Bulldog Rescue! My name is Coco Chanel and I’ll be 2 years old in October. I’m rather small for a Bully or as my foster mom …

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This precious soul came to us when her owners were no longer able to care for her. There are not enough words to describe how sweet this girl is….she is an angel. Stonee is …

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Brinkley is adorable!  She’s sweet, very submissive and is a small bully, she weighs only 40 lbs.  Brinkley appears to be housetrained even though she has spent time living outside.  She craves attention and …

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