Please keep Pixie’s furever family in your thoughts, as they mourn the loss of their precious girl. From Pixie’s mom: We are saddened to share with you that our sweet Pixie crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Monday, July 29. We adopted Pixie on August 30, 2014. Thank you, Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue, for choosing us to love and care for this sweet girl. She just fit right into our family. She was so sweet and easy going, willing to do whatever you wanted as long as she could tag along. Pixie loved food, her family, napping, sunbathing, and her favorite game: fetch. About 2 1/2 years ago, we noticed she was having mobility issues. She was diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the spine and joints. As her mobility continued to diminish, couch time became an important family pastime, along with wagon rides. Pixie lost the use of her hind legs earlier this summer. She had such great patience for us, as we learned to provide the care that she needed. But her body grew weary and needed much rest. Pixie crossed the Rainbow Bridge to the other side with four good legs. Run free sweet Pixie, run free. Forever in our hearts.

Pixie was ADOPTED!!! Today Pixie was adopted by an amazing family that loved he the first time they saw her on Facebook.  Pixie’s new mom went to Hollywood Feed to buy everything she knew would be beautiful on Pixie. Pixie will want for nothing and Pixie will have the home she has needed for a very long time. Congratulations Pixie, you deserve this.

Pixie is a 6 yr. old female that weighs 55 lbs

Pixie joined Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue.  She was at a local shelter after her owner was unable to provide the life that Pixie deserves. It was a VERY difficult thing for him.  The shelter called LSBCR for assistance in finding her the perfect family. She is in good health but will to  be on medication for an eye issue. She will join her foster family this evening and begin her search for a forever family.

If you want to have the opportunity give this little lady the love she deserves and in turn receive the love of a bulldog, fill out an application.

8/22/2015 Update: Pixie was spayed and had her eyes done on Monday and immediately I could tell she was feeling like a new woman. Pixie is thought to be around 6, not 10 as we first thought. Pixie is the easiest bulldog to love and to foster. Pixie loves all things with fur or feathers and she loves attention. Pixie does not jump on furniture but will put her paw up and slowly climb till she ends up in your lap. Pixie is completely potty trained and her perfect family would have kids or adults that stay at home with her and shower her with all the attention she could stand.