It has been 8 months in the making!

Toro and Smalls came into rescue back in August of 2020. These two lovable guys were so bonded they never seem to be more than 5ft apart. They sleep, eat, and walk together. They were lucky enough to run across a family that was looking for Bulldogs that were the lowest % adoptability. Toro and Smalls are senior Bulldogs that would only be adopted out as a pair. So we had only received one other application that seemed interested back in December.

It has been worth the wait for these guys. They are now entering a home with 2 smaller dogs that will keep them company. They have a long drive home and seem to be settling in nicely. We will send more pic updates over the next month. So happy for Toro and Smalls you will be missed!

Brothers, Toro and Smalls joined rescue today! 

Some say we are old, but they have not seen us run and play. After all, age is just a number. To us it is a state of mind. And our minds say we are still pups, so we act like it. We are both 9 years old.

Our family loved us very much and we have lived with them most of our lives. But they were losing their house and had no place to go. So they wanted to make sure we had a place to go and they contacted rescue.

I am Smalls, the smaller of the pair (46 lbs.). I whined and cried at the clinic when they took my brother away to give him a bath. I really hope I get to stay with him. I also need some dental work, but the rest of me is in pretty good shape.

Everyone says we are a blast to be around. We are just two happy and lucky guys looking for a new forever home. 

8/18/20 Update:   My brother Toro and I left the vet clinic and checked into paradise! I love my new foster parents. Foster Pops lets me play with him until I can’t play anymore! He is also a good cuddle buddy.

I have been exploring all the four-legged women in our new foster home. They love to play and I have been so gentle with them. Boy oh boy.. some of the smallest ones have attitudes though! LOL I don’t mind ~ they have a big bark, but then chill out quickly.

Please help my brother Toro and me find our furever home by sharing our pics!

12/14/20 Update: Toro and Smalls have a convincing way to ensure you don’t get up from the couch. Foster Mom uses this excuse daily, so Foster Dad will get everything for her. She just couldn’t bare to disturb them.

1/5/21 Update:  As the easiest, bonded pair to care for, these two guys have hearts of gold. Our foster fail, Pooh Bear (right), used to lay next to our Bulldog Mystique who passed away on New Year’s Day. She now has been glued to the boys for comfort. They can tell the shift in our home and have been wonderful. They are grooming the girls and being their rock. So thankful to have these two in our foster home. Today will be a lounge around day with our pack.

3/2/21 Update:  Yesterday, we had our 🐶Spaw Day!🐶 Foster Mom got us all clean and we loved getting dried off the best. We had eggs for breakfast and lounged around. We love relaxing Sundays. Brotherly love is what we have.