We are happy to announce that our man Crash has been adopted by a wonderful family. Details to follow.

My name is Crash, and to know me is to know why that is my name. It really fits me.

I may be six, but you would never know it. I can run and jump, and even knock you down if you get in my way. They tell me here I need to calm down. But I love life and I love everyone. I have too much excitement to contain myself! But they said if I want to find a forever family I need to take it down a notch. I need to work on my self discipline.

So far I only know one speed—full!  But I promise to learn how to slow down a little, and take it easier. I will work on following the new rules. After all, I never want to end up in a shelter again. Somebody said I may have a little Olde English Bulldog in me—whatever that is. I have been neutered and I am in very good health. I do need to put a little more meat on my bones. So I am only at the clinic for a short while and then off the a foster home. I can’t wait to crash through something and show them how strong and fast I am. Oh, there I go again! Got to learn the news rules.

I’ll work on the rules while you work on that application! See you soon.

1/15/20 Update:  Well, he’s 100% BOY! He’s about 6 years old, but you’d never know it. He’s a big, energetic, happy boy and seems to have never had a bad day. He makes me smile every time I see him. It doesn’t matter if it’s been a week or 5 minutes since he’s seen you, he comes a runnin’ and wants to be petted. He will follow you to the ends of the earth.

Crash is healthy as a horse. He’s just a big package of fun. I just can’t say enough about this guy. This month, I’ll be 61 and sometimes, I’m moving a little slow on picture day. When I see him, he gets my blood pumping. He makes me smile and laugh, and he gives me energy. He’s just that kind of dog. You can’t be down when Crash is around!

The thing about Crash: he needs room to run. He would be wonderful for a person who runs daily. He would run right beside you. Someone who has a farm, acreage or a large yard. Having some Olde English Bulldog in him, those longer legs enjoy running and playing. He loves everyone and everyone loves him. He is good with other dogs, too!

Don’t let me mislead you… he can settle down, too. We normally let him run awhile before we take his picture. On this photo day it was raining, so no run time. We didn’t know what to expect from him. But he came in, said hello to everyone, sat down on the set and acted like a gentleman. He has two sides to him: the fun side and the sweet side. What a deal!

If you need some spark in your life, then Crash may be the Bulldog for you. If you’re looking for loyalty and love, there’s not a better one than CRASH. I guarantee it!

3/8/20 Update:   Today is the day for PLAY!!! There aren’t too many perfect weather days for bulldogs, so when one comes along it’s important to take advantage 👌🏻☀️ Foster boy Crash (white), is happy to wrestle for hours with his brothers (both LSBCR Alumni). They are all big boys 70-80lbs, so when they’re ready to rumble 🌪 it’s WWE Bulldog Throwndown in the yard!
Honestly Crash has been the perfect house guest: never marked, not a single potty accident, will stay off furniture when asked but is glad to be the perfect snuggle buddy when invited up, and has adopted my boys as his pack. However we continue work on basic manners like: no pulling when walking, barking at foster mom when she doesn’t move fast enough with meals, and not peeking at goodies on the counter. His biggest area of work ahead is severe anxiety with new dogs. A perfect gentleman from day 1 with our boys, but sounds like a caged velociraptor when any other dog is in sight 😳 Slow introductions are key, even when dogs seem to get along. We took the needed steps with Crash to bring him into our home, and I fully believe he can be successful elsewhere as long as that critical effort is put in. Until then we practice daily 🙂 “new friends are nice not scary!”