Brock Lee

Brock Lee

Yesterday was the day Brock Lee had been waiting for… After meeting his furever family, he knew he had hit the jackpot! Brock Lee packed his bags and hit the road. He loves his new family as much as they love him. Happy trails, big guy!

It took me about three years to get to be this stunning! Some call me pint-size perfection, some call me shrimp and some call me peanut. But most call me Brock Lee.

At 28 lbs, I might be on the smaller size, but that’s OK. I make up for it in personality.

I had a family… well, in fact, I’ve had a couple. And then I met a man named Adam who realized the reason I kept getting passed around was because of my medical problems.

Adam looked in the roof of my mouth and he said I have a cleft palate. Then he said, “Dude, you also have an elongated soft palate. That’s the reason your tongue hangs out and you struggle to breathe.” And then Adam said, “What happened to your top teeth? They are gone!”

Adam said I was too thin and what I needed was a rescue group that understands Bulldogs and how to handle possible medical problems. So today, I left my last family and I joined rescue!

Rescue is going to fix me up and help me with these problems. I am so thankful for a stranger and a Bulldog lover named Adam who knew I was a keeper, no matter what.

4/8/20 Update:  I just wanted to let you all know I made it to my foster home. I’ve only been here a few days, so these tools are still learning who I am and what I’m all about. Stay tuned for more updates on my behavior.

I also just wanted to show off how photogenic I am. Enjoy these beautiful pictures of me! Until next time…

4/20/20 Update:  Talk about cuteness overload! Brock Lee is doing great in his foster home. His house training is actually pretty good, and he loves to be the center of attention.

Brock Lee will need to be the only dog in his furever home and will do best in a home without small children. He is not a fan of any dry dog food, but he really enjoys Fresh Pet or scrambled eggs.

Brock Lee isn’t the best on a leash, but this is definitely something we’re working on with him.