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.

Ruby is an 8 year old female English Bulldog whose life up to this point has been nothing short of terrible. She was a breeder dog forced to live in a 4×4 pen outside …

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Our sweet little Annie!!  What a darling little bully.  Annie is about 45 pounds and could possibly use another 2 or 3 pounds but even with that she will be a small bulldog.  Annie …

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My name is Lugnut and it fits me well.  I am truly a mans best friend… I love my foster Mommy, but if I had the choice I want to be with my foster …

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Update 8-12-09 Rosie has continued to improve after the stricture surgery and today she had her spay, eye surgeries and tail surgery. We are anticipating a complete recovery for this little angel. If you …

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Hello everyone. My name is Bunny. I am about 2-3 years old and have been used for breeding up to this point in my life and had been dumped to fend for myself when …

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Jazzi Belle is a perfect name for this little sweetheart!  She is extremely active and wiggly for a 5 year old.  Jazzi loves everyone!  Dogs, kids, cats – everyone!  Jazzi was used for breeding …

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Bentley Boy!!  He is a darling middle aged guy that was given up because they said he did not like the grandchildren that were moving in with his previous owner.  When we picked him …

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Taz came to Lone Star Bulldog Club’s Rescue with another very sick bully from the Austin area.  Her pal is still recovering but Taz is ready for her forever home.  She is about 2-3 …

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Scout came to us from a local shelter, he was heartworm positive and in pretty rough shape.  He has been treated for heartworms but still needs a somewhat sedate lifestyle for a little longer.  …

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