I got some good news! I found my forever home and I’m now living in Austin with a really nice family.
I have Mom and Dad, Chad and Anna, and a skin brother and sister, a fur brother, a cat and two chickens. I’m not sure what a chicken is, but I hope they like to play. Can’t wait to chase them.
I had a really great time with Foster Mom and Dad, but after I met these nice folks, I knew this was where I wanted to be, so I packed up my gear and trotted my furry little butt right on out the door.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m very grateful for everything Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue and my foster parents did for me, especially considering I had a rough start to life and was in bad shape when they found me. Now, I have my own place with a yard to run around in and I’m going to love it.
Thanks again, everyone, for all you have done for me.
Please welcome Wyatt Georgie to our rescue family! Here’s the deal ~ I was found as a stray and brought to a shelter. The nice shelter people found my owners, but when the shelter people said I needed surgery, the family didn’t want me anymore.
Truth be told: that’s fine by me! I’ve spent my whole life, all 6 years of it, as an outside only dog! Can you believe that? Who does that to a sweet Bulldog boy like me? So, needless to say, I’m excited to join other Bulldogs here at Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue and get to sleep inside on a soft bed, with A/C on hot days and a heater on cool ones! If you ask me, I’ve hit the jackpot!
I’m at the doctor’s office now to get some medical issues tended to…. like heartworms. UGH. But I’ll be ready for a foster family and even a forever family before you know it! Look for more updates from me in the future.
10/25/19 Update: I’m called the Wonder Dog because I am a Bulldog that has spent his whole life outside. Cold in the winter and hot in the summer. I didn’t know, until I came to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue, that’s a NO-NO for Bulldogs. Well, I know the difference now! I like being inside! I have a nice bed, it’s cool during the day and cozy at night. There’s plenty of food and water. Oh, and there’s lots of this new stuff called “Love and Attention.” I didn’t know life could be so GOOD!
I’m about 6 years old and I’m just now learning about how Bulldogs are supposed to be cared for… I was found wandering the streets. I was taken to the local shelter, where they contacted my owners. They never came for me. So, then Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue was called. They came really quick. I didn’t know at the time, but my new life had just begun.
Dr. Larsen says I have heartworms and need treatment, but then I will be just fine. I then get to go my foster family. After that, I’ll get a family of my own. She says, for the rest of my life, I will live inside and only go out to play, walk and potty.
I’m a quiet guy. I’ve only had myself all these years to talk to, so I’m a little shy around people. Don’t get me wrong… I love the attention. I don’t understand why they are giving me so much of it. To me, I’m just Wyatt, the dog in the backyard.
I’ve learned about my leash and I am doing really great walking on it. Toys? I don’t understand them just yet, but I’m sniffing and looking at them. I’ll figure those out too!
I’m now known as WYATT, the WONDER BULLDOG! I’m living and learning that Bulldogs are special.
11/20/19 Update: Wyatt Georgie (or as they call me here, Wyatt Earp) riding in to tell you how I’m doing! Well, let me tell you… after living outside all my life, this inside living is the best thing since dog biscuits! There were some really, cold nights lately, but I was snug in my warm bed, food in my tummy and the heater on.
There are the things I’ve learned since I came to rescue: You go outside to potty and play, inside to live. You can touch people and they will touch you back. You don’t just have to see them through a window. You aren’t cold or hot anymore, because of blankets, heaters and air conditioning. There’s always fresh food and clean water. Last but not least, there’s this thing called a BATH. I love them. I’m a white Bulldog. Did you know that? I didn’t until this bath thing came into my life.
I love feeling clean and loved. The things I have learned here have been life-changing for me. Dr. Larsen has started me on my heartworm treatments. When it is completed, the heartworms will be gone and so will the last memories of my old life. But onward I will move to make new memories… good memories!
At 6 years old, you would think I would be slowing down, but I’m not. I love to run around the yard and smell everything. My trick is to jump up for my treat! You see, some Bulldogs don’t jump a lot, so that’s the trick. I don’t jump on you, just up for my treat. I must be honest. That was the motivation in my photo shoot. I said, “Hey you guys have any TREATS? I’ll do anything for a TREAT!” They pulled them right out and we got down to business.
I’ll be ready soon for my foster family and then my forever family. I’m excited about being a part of a real family this time around. I’ll love you, play with you, protect you (OK, maybe not “protect,” as I might be napping), and I will never let you down. This is a quote from my namesake
Wyatt Earp: “Destiny is that which we are drawn toward and fate is that which we run into.” Rescue was my FATE. You can be my DESTINY! Thank you for reading about me. Wyatt Georgie (Earp)
12/22/19 Update: Foster Mom and Dad went to a cool party the other day and brought me back a really nice, warm, snuggly blanket and I like it a lot. They said it was from Santa, but I know it was from the Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue friends, so thank you all very much! They must think I don’t know and I won’t burst their bubble.
So Foster Pops got this great idea to dress me up for Christmas and you can tell I’m not digging it. Actually, I really am, but I won’t tell him that because I don’t know what else he might come up with. I just enjoy the attention.
I have a new friend who is a little Bulldog and she and I play and snuggle up for naps together. She’s a bit bossy, but I know she’s little, so I’m pretty chill with her. Gotta teach these young’uns what’s what about dog manners.
Foster Pops also has been sneaking me treats now and then and I’ve learned to give him the begging face…LOL. He’s such a pushover. Foster Mom just looks the other way.
I’ve put on a few pounds and am getting my strength back after my down time in the cage.
Foster Pops took me on some walks and I discovered squirrels and rabbits. I want to chase them, but Foster Pops says I can’t so I just walk on the leash like a good boy. I’m also house trained and will bark when I need to go out.
All in all, I’m just a good boy and am asking Santa to bring me a forever family for Christmas. Merry Christmas, everyone.