Amos was ADOPTED!!!
Today was Amos’ adoption day!
We have had this sweet boy since the end of May, and just couldn’t understand why he wasn’t being snapped up. Well, it’s cause the Allen’s were out there, just finding their way to our special boy! We knew that Amos deserved the very best, and that is exactly what he got. He is going to be loved and spoiled, and loved some more. Amos’ new dad tried not to fall in love too quickly, but it just couldn’t be helped and they couldn’t wait to call him their very own. Amos is exactly what the family was looking for and we couldn’t be happier!
Amos is a 5 yr. old male that weighs approximately 58lbs.
Move over Famous Amos, a new sweetness has come to town! Cuddling with this boy is better than a glass of milk and freshly baked cookies. Amos is an owner surrender that is 5 years old and weighs in at 55 lbs. You will not be able to resist his lovable mug, sweet nature and his need to be right by your side. He loves his crate and he improves every day on his house training. He gets along perfectly with his foster sisters and brother, preferring to let them be the boss while he flops on his back, waiting patiently for his belly rub. Amos has not shown any food aggression or any toy aggression, behaving like a perfect little gentleman. Even though he has not been kid-tested, with his laid back nature, we feel he would have no problem having a two-legged sibling. You can have all of this from Amos, and none of the carbs!
If you think Amos would add the perfect sweet addition to your life, fill out an application today!
Amos is neutered, current on all vaccinations and on heartworm preventative.
5/29/2015 Update: He joined Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue today as a owner surrender. Previous to joining rescue Amos was living in a barn with two other dogs. Amos has a skin issue that will be addressed and he will be ready to find his new forever home. He is a sweet boy that loves to be near people at all times. He is currently at the clinic getting a check-up and will join his new foster family on Saturday.
6/7/2015 Update: Amos is turning out to be quite the character. At first, he was very calm and quiet, just laying around-but he had just been neutered, so its understandable he wasn’t running around the house doing cartwheels. Amos is the whole package. He is five years old, so he can chill out and just chew on a bone to entertain himself or ready for a serious play session, running around, scooping up toys and throwing them around. He is also very stealth-like and you can’t hear the freight train coming straight at you, ready to collide and wrestle .And at 60 lbs, you better brace yourself! Amos is doing very well with house training, going several days without an accident. He gets along great with his foster sisters and brother, preferring to let them be the boss. My favorite thing that Amos does is the flop. You just cant resist giving him a good belly scratch when he flops on his back, waving his adorable little paw at you. We began his medicated baths Friday due to having a serious case of flea bites when he lived in a barn, but that will be cleared up in no time.
6/21/2015 Update: Sweet, lovable Amos. He is such a happy go lucky boy. He loves everything: playing, tummy rubs, snacks and naps. Don’t ask him to pick which order. He gets along great with his fur siblings and is coming along with house training and some inside manners. Amos is not kid tested, but I feel he would do well with all kinds of families.
6/28/2015 Update :Amos: Sweet, bullie boy, Amos. He loves nothing more than to have his belly rub, and he will give you every opportunity to do so. I dare you to walk by this adorable bulldog and NOT give him a rub. He’s happy to get whatever you want to give. Amos has some skin issues, he has flea-bite scars down by his bum, but it doesn’t bother him in the least. He has the typical allergies that most bulldogs have. Benadryl will be in his life forever. We are still working on inside manners, like using his mouth a little too much when he’s happy and wants to play. We are working on that. He’s just about house trained, but he is still crated while foster mom is gone so he wont get into trouble, like chewing up a remote. He’s just a good ol’ boy that would love a family of his own.
7/5/2015 Update: Amos, aka, Mr Sunshine does not like it when foster mom makes him come back into the house during his sun bathing time. Of course, these bathing beauty activities last all of five minutes. Better safe than sorry! This 5 year old, 60 lb boy continues to improve on his inside manners, and its been a very long time since he has had an accident in the house. Amos still stays in his crate while we are gone, just in case he find a shoe or a remote that he thinks could be tasty. Amos will follow you around the house, making a makeshift napping spot wherever you go. Hey, he’s flexible. We have also noticed that he has rung the bell by the backdoor to go outside-only the 2nd bullie to do this in our house. We knew he was a clever boy!
If you are interested in adopting Amos please fill out an application!