Echo Gingerbread

Echo Gingerbread

Hey Everyone, I’m adopted! 

I attached my right hip to Foster Grandma’s left hip and I would not let go. She said okay then. I get to stay!

I have a new friend named Pippa Lou with P Dawg Accessories for Bulldogs. She sent me my very own Flower Collar and Leash. It is beautiful. She picked out hearts material just for me. I love it. They have been helping us out for years. Thank you Pippa Lou!!

We stay busy all the time and travel a lot. I love camping and checking everything out. I’m loving life.

I have my very own eye specialist now. My bad eye doesn’t hurt me anymore like it did. I feel so much better now. I have my very own bank account, so if anything else happens I can have whatever surgery I need.

This is what Rescue is all about. Thank you to everyone that helps us Bulldogs out. Love, Echo

Yesterday, I joined rescue family and it was a sad, sad day, indeed. 

My family loved me enough to realize I needed more care than they could provide now. My dad has his own medical issues and with his health, it was impossible for him to provide for me. 

I have a eye issue that requires a trip to the ophthalmologist and we all know that can be expensive. My dad knew that if it was a matter of surrendering me so my eye didn’t rupture, that was what he would do. 

I have always been a daddy’s girl, from the moment he brought me home at 8 weeks. He always called me his “Velcro Girl.” My dad taught me to sit, shake, high-five and I learned the kennel was my bed at night.

I told my dad that he was doing the right thing because now, he can focus on his health. That didn’t make any easier, but it was the right decision. 

I am excited to find out about what is referred to as “pressure” in one eye and what I need to do keep it where it needs to be. My dad is excited to see me get the medical care I need and he will be keeping up with me on social media. I am 5 years old, a beautiful full-figured lady and my dad is my hero.

1/21/22 Update:   Foster Grandma and Papa are spoiling me rotten. No doubt about that! 

However, I have some eye problems and rescue is trying to take the best possible care of me. You see, I have glaucoma and I’m blind in my left eye. I saw the eye specialist and they are doing everything they can to help me. They will need to take out my left eye one day. 

My right eye is already abnormal and I might go blind in it too. My eye doctor is trying to make sure that doesn’t happen. I will always need to get the pressure checked in my right eye to know if it is getting worse. 

Sometimes, if caught in time, you can save the eye. There are operations to help. Please remember to always take your Bulldog to the eye specialist if there is a problem.

Rescue and the eye specialist are trying to make the best decisions for me. I have lots of eye drops and medicine. 

Foster Grandma and Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue alumna Magic are showing me how to be a good girl and take my eye drops. 

I will need operations and procedures done, so thank you for donating to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. I wouldn’t be able to get all the help I need without you! Stay tuned to follow my journey.