Louann has been adopted! From her foster momma: Louann, Louannie, Lulu, Annie, Little dog has been adopted! This little spunky girl stole the hearts and couch space of her new family. Her fur brother couldn’t bare to see her leave for even a quick vet visit. We knew she had to become a permanent member of the family.

Welcome 2-year-old Louann to our rescue family. She was an owner surrender because she was having trouble getting along with the family’s Great Dane, and the family wanted her to have a home where she would be more at peace. She has a cherry eye that needs to be fixed, but we’ll work to get her up to speed soon.

11/27/16 Update:  Louann is a glass full of sweet tea. She loves to play chase with her foster brother and gets along fabulously with him. She is potty-trained, crate-trained, great on a leash and great with kids. She craves affection, and this short brindle gal has the softest coat. On our walk yesterday, she did not like the big neighborhood dogs that stopped to say hello. Louie has a cherry eye that we will be treating, but she was obviously a very loved Bulldog.

12/12/16 Update:  Louann had a great week. She is recovered from her cherry eye surgery, and ready to continue her chasing of squirrels. Louann can chill with the best of them, but she loves to play like a young bulldog. She is awesome at chase and escaping from her foster brother. He finally got wise and realized he will never catch her. She is just too fast.  He now lets her run her circle while he waits for her to come back around, so he can pounce. When Louann is ready to crash, she finds her crate and puts herself to bed. Louann needs a family that will give her plenty of time to settle in to their routine and ways. She is still a little shy of playing Doc McStuffins, but she is warming up to the idea. She does bark at new people and seems to be afraid at first.

Louann’s Christmas list:

1. New toys that don’t smell of foster brother slobber

2. New collar

3. A family to love

12/26/16 Update:  Louann had a great Christmas! She really enjoys her new blankets that were so generously donated. She loves to curl up on them for a nap on the couch. She continues to be a sweet, loving girl. We learned this week that Louann watches tv. She was watching a little Keanu. When the kitty came on the screen, she went to chase it. It is safe to say that she needs a cat-free home. She is more of a bulldog kind of girl and tries to share everything of her foster brothers: bed, crate, treats, scratches.