Just a quick update on Boris… He is doing well and his hair is growing back. We visited with the doctor on Friday and Boris needs another month on Ivermectin with antibiotics as he had one of the worst cases of demodex and that caused severe secondary infections. He has to have weekly antibacterial baths as well. He went in this morning for his neuter and entropian surgery and will be recovering from that for a short while. He is very much a puppy, very active and lively. He loves to have his belly rubbed and does a diving roll on to his back to accommodate your rubbing his belly. He does not like to go into the kennel but can be bribed with treats to do so and is ok once he is in there. He is doing well with potty training and really just wants to be loved and petted. Boris will have to be an “only” child. He has adjusted to Lucy and Brutus and no longer lunges, growls and barks at them. But, he tried to attack another dog through the bars (he was on the outside and the other dog was on the inside) while visiting the vet. He is great with older kids but small children are a no. He will make a great pet to someone who is content with one dog.

Original Bio:

Meet Boris!!  I am a sad looking little guy right now but Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is working hard to restore me to a healthy bully.  I was found as a stray and brought into a local shelter.  I only about a year old and you can see that I have had a hard life so far but things are looking up.  I’m told I have demodex with a secondary skin infection and I will need eye surgery but they are already making me feel better.  My new foster home has other dogs and I’m kind of scared of them, I bark when they get close but I’m beginning to think that maybe they just want to play with me.  It will be awhile before I am ready to go to a new home but if you think I might work for you please put you application in now!  I am told I will have all my vaccinations, be on a heartworm preventative and be neutered before I go to my new home.  My adoption fee is $550.

Can’t adopt me…..well how about becoming my “Sponsor”.  I will need hundreds and hundreds of dollars of veterinary care and your sponsorhip could help me become a happy healthy boy!  Just click on the “Sponsor Me” button to help.

Since Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is completely volunteer driven we are unable to respond to every application that is submitted.  Therefore we will not contact you unless we feel we have a dog that will fit with your family.