ADOPTION ALERT-Former foster boy Ranger here  to announce that my day has come.  I went from living outside and chasing rattlesnakes in West Texas to having a private motor coach come pick me up to take me to my new home in Houston.  I have hit the jackpot.

I’m going to have a fur sister, Peaches, who is going to teach me to play…maybe, we’ll see. My new mom and dad have already said they are going to spoil me and love on me and spoil me some more.  I mean, they came to pick me up in a private motor coach.  What more could a bulldog ask for except treats and belly rubs.

I’m looking forward to starting the next chapter of my life with my new family but I would be amiss if I didn’t thank LSBCR for saving me and getting me fixed up.  Remember everyone, just because I am taken doesn’t mean there aren’t others out there like me looking for a wonderful forever home, so, get your applications in and help another bulldog find a wonderful home like I did.

I’ll send more updates once I get into my new place but now I need to check out my motor coach and Peaches.

Ranger here reporting to rescue! I’m a 4 year old, 56 pound boy and let me tell you my story.

You see, I lived out in west Texas and I was kept as an outdoor dog.  West Texas summers are hot and the winters can be really cold and there are these slithery things with a noisy tail called rattlesnakes and I was not enjoying it.  I had a skin brother who played with me sometimes and my mom was getting ready to have another baby, dad worked a lot so I was by myself quite a bit.  So, the other day I sat down and googled bulldog rescue group and up popped Lone Star so I sat down with mom and dad and explained the situation to them.  I am hot, I have breathing issues, my feet are sore and hurting and I think it would be best if I went to rescue where they will be able to get me patched up.  Don’t get me wrong, I loved my family but I realized they had a lot on their plate and I could ease the burden if I left.  They weren’t real happy with my suggestion but, after some persuading they came around and realized it was for the best.  

I made the call, packed my bags and this nice man picked me up and took me to Dr. Larsen’s clinic where a lot of pretty girls were oohing and aahing over me telling me how handsome I am…Well, Duh, I knew that.  Dr. Larsen took a look at me, gave me a big hug and said “we are going to get you fixed  and fixed up”  Wait, WHAT???  What does that mean?  Oh Well, I think these fine ladies are going to treat me well so I can get into a foster home and find my forever home.

6/4/20 Update:  Ranger is quite the man. He is settling in nicely at the clinic after a few days. Several baths have helped him look much better. He did well on a leash and just seems to be a big sweet clown. He will be ready to go to his foster in a few days.

6/24/20 Update:  I’m checking in from my foster home. I’ve been here a few days now and I’m liking it! I’ve met all the other fur siblings and we get along fine so far. I love to follow Foster Dad and sit underneath his desk and nap. I’m still learning the routines around here, but I love getting my belly rubbed and getting all kinds of loving. Foster Dad says I am adjusting just fine, although I am still not always going outside to do my business, but we’re working on that piece.