All aboard the rescue train! It was water works as I pulled away. There was hugging and patting, along with “I love yous” and lots of “goodbyes.” But I was going, and no one could stop me now. After all, I was driving that rescue train.
I have been a ladies’ man to many ladies in my day and it was time for me to retire. There are so many things I still want to do and so many things I still want to see. When the group stared planning to leave, I told everyone, “No one goes anywhere without me.”
At my house, I was known as the “sweet one,” “the nice one,” and “the one that gets picked on” because I did not want to fight back. I just walked away, but you know the ladies… they would just bow up sometimes and would want to fight with me. I walked fast, but they walked faster.
Finally, I decided that enough was enough and it was my plan for the four of us to leave. I got to pick the ones to go with me, and I picked the sweet ones that never picked on me.
We’re all excited to find our new furever families and start our new lives.
4/9/21 Update: We picked up Rocky Road on Monday. We can tell that he’s probably spent a lot of time in a crate because he’s still learning how to walk on a leash, what it’s like on the outside of the crate, house training (love a belly band) and most of all manners, manners, manners.
His foster fursisters are trying to help teach him the ropes. He’s learning that girls can just be friends … without benefits!
He is very handsome and actually very lovable. He loves to be loved.
4/13/21 Update: Rocky Road continues to adjust to his new life as a retired ladies man. Although let’s be clear: he is definitely still a stud muffin! Just look at that handsome face! And boy, oh boy, can he still strut – gotta love a Bulldog strut!
We are working on manners and where it is appropriate to potty. He’s getting better every day. He wants to and is eager to please – he is truly one of the most lovable Bulldogs EVER!