Please light a candle in honor of Rowdy this evening. He earned his angel wings this week. From his furever family: We are crushed, but loved every day of that last two years with him. He was an amazing guy. We were truly lucky that he found his way to us.

My sweet little Rowdy left for his forever home today. After almost 6 months in rescue, he couldn’t have found a better home with a family that loves him already. He will have two skin siblings to play with and a new fur Brother named Hatch to boss around. Thank you Norby Family for loving this sweet boy as much as we do. We know your future is bright with Rowdy. Keep shining sweet boy! Foster mommies will always love you!

Rowdy has rejoined rescue after a year and a half with his adopted family. Rowdy was a good boy and greatly loved by his family. But there were some issues that just didn’t work out for the poor guy so he came back to us. He will be a great bully for most families, except maybe those with small children.

6/27/16 Update:  We were expecting a problemed bulldog that overreacts in many situations who was dog aggressive. Rowdy is absolutely none of those things. Rowdy walked into our house and directly into his foster mommies’ hearts with his sweetness, manners, and silly personality! Rowdy gets along with our pack, is 100% potty trained, crate trained, and an absolute gentleman. Rowdy never tries to jump, never paws at you, and never tries to be too much in your personal space. He is slightly protective of his food bowl so he has to eat away from the other dogs but other than that, he is perfect. Rowdy Even loves cats and kids! Rowdy has some dry eye and a little arthritis but neither slow his down. This guy would fit into any home who just wants a good boy.

7/22/16 Update:  Rowdy is still enjoying the good life in his foster home. He had a staph infection 2 weeks ago that caused some hair loss but it is gone now and his hair is growing back nicely. Rowdy spends his days napping on the couch or rolling around on his back being a silly bully. According to his foster mom, Rowdy is one of the easiest fosters she has ever had the pleasure of fostering. He is very house trained and requires very little exercise. He is a big old love bug that wants to cuddle and love on his people. All the crust on his nose it gone and his eyes look much better. Rowdy prefers the company of little dogs or larger male dogs but gets along great with every cat he meets. Rowdy is looking for a laid back family with lots of love to give. Could that be you?

6/11/16 Update:  Rowdy had another wonderful week in his foster home. He is a big cuddle bug who is constantly trying to find his next snuggle buddy. He loves long naps on the couch and giving high fives for treats. Rowdy’s skin, eyes, and nose have never looked better and his weight is finally right where it should be. He is just waiting on his forever family to come scoop him up and give him all the loves a bully boy could ever want. Rowdy’s foster mom thinks Rowdy would be perfect for a family with little kids as he just want to be touched and hugged all the time. Rowdy is an easy going boy and is completely house and crate trained. Gets along perfectly with little dogs and cats and enjoys the company of larger male dogs.