Hello Bulldog Friends, my name is Macaroni but my foster family and friends call me Mack! I don’t really respond to Macaroni anyway. This is my story: I was with the same family from a puppy to age 8 when my family surrendered me to a local shelter. I am a pretty big boy at 75lbs. The shelter people were very nice to me but they knew that I would be best taken care of by Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. My foster family is completely in love with me and tell me what a good boy I am all the time. I am totally house and kennel trained. When I get tired I like to go get in my bed and go to sleep all by myself. I love dog beds or a cozy blanket to curl up on and take naps. I like other dogs and I’m really just a calm, easy going and lovable guy. The doctor says I am in great health for my age but I am heartworm positive. I have started my treatment and I’m doing really well. I do have dry eyes so I have to have eye drops or ointment daily. My foster mom says that is no big deal. I will visit the doctor in a month to see if I am ready for my new “furever” home. When I’m ready for adoption I will have all my vaccinations, be neutered, heartworm free and on a monthly heartworm tablet. My adoption fee is $400.
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.