March 2018
Spring Is A Wonderful Time To Adopt!
Bulldog Spotlight: Mo Ditty

Little Itty Bitty Mo Ditty was rescued by a loving family and they have had her for several years. Due to a move and some other family changes, they decided it would be best for her if she went to a different home.

Ditty is a very tiny and sweet girl of 8. She weighed only 35 pounds when we got her, but she has managed to put on a few additional pounds. She had some skin issues and had developed a grouchy attitude before her surrender. Sometimes that combination can be caused by a thyroid problem, especially in a dog her age. And sure enough that was her case. She is now on medication and is doing so much better. 

She has the calmness of an older dog, but still has plenty of energy. Her family said she would recently run through their pasture with the other dogs. If a wiggly nub of a tail still means anything, then she has plenty of energy, life and love left to give. She would love to come do all that at your house.

She states, “My favorite thing in the world right now is my foster ma. I love to be right by her side with every step she takes. I sleep right beside her desk, as she works during the day and I sleep in the little cat bed every night right by her bed. I don’t really like my foster bro and sisters, but I put up with them and occasionally put them in their place. Foster Ma hollers at me and I reluctantly mind her, even though I’d rather it be just me and her. Oh, and Foster Ma says I’m the best foster dog she has because I know exactly where I’m supposed to do my business – whatever that means. Anyway, I know that somewhere out there my forever family is looking for me and I’m here waiting for them to find me. Love, Little Itty Bitty Mo Ditty”
Another Bulldog Bonanza With Beer!

(2909 Morton St. in Fort Worth)
March 24 from 1 p.m. to 4

We'll be visiting BAR 2909 - West 7th Fort Worth and we want you to come out too. Stop by to say hello to the cutest Bulldogs around ~ some of the foster dogs of Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue.
You'll also be able to meet some of our volunteers and you'll be able to purchase one of our T-shirts to support and raise awareness of our mission of saving Bulldogs.
Many thanks to our friends at Bar 2909 for hosting this get-together for us!
Waco All-Breed Rescue Event

April 28 from 11-4
Heritage Square
Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is heading down to Waco to represent our beloved breed at this event! The goal of the fun day will be to educate the public about the large number of purebred dogs in need of forever homes.

This year the event will be held at Heritage Square in downtown Waco. To learn more, visit their Facebook site .
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SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AND WEAR YOUR HEART ON YOUR SLEEVE. RUSH TO OUR WEBSITE AND GET ONE OF OUR  NEW  T-SHIRT DESIGNS!!
 
Want a treat for making a difference in the life of a Bulldog? Go to our website and pick up one (or several!) of our t-shirts.  Your donation helps Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue provide the care needed to ensure each Bulldog reaches their true potential and finds their forever home.
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13 Reasons We Absolutely
Love Senior Dogs
 
There is just something special about those golden years. In truth, the following 13 reasons are just a few of the innumerable reasons why senior dogs are the best

#1 – Soulful eyes
There is nothing more powerful than the soulful eyes of a senior dog.
#2 – Well-mannered
Senior dogs are normally trained, making them great roommates.
#3 – Great babysitters
A senior dog can really help raise a puppy, teaching him “doggie manners”!
#4 – Full of wisdom
They’ve been around the block and they know the rules. With ages comes wisdom. 
#5 – Deep sleepers
Every little sound seems to wake up puppies, who then want to play, go outside or just bark for no reason. Seniors will sleep through most things, allowing you to get more rest.
#6 – Can appreciate quiet moments
While a puppy wants to bark at the seagulls, chase the waves or forage for food left on the beach, a senior dog has no problem sitting with you or going for a stroll.
#7 – Patient
A senior dog will wait patiently for cuddle-time while you finish your work.
#8 – Loyal
As a dog ages, their loyalty seems to increase. Senior dogs will stay with you no matter what comes your way.
#9 – Lots of personality
Senior dogs may have less energy and be a bit slow at moving, but they have LOTS of personality.
#10 – Distinguished looks
A dog with a touch of silver in their hair is as distinguished as any gentlemen.
#11 – Love snuggling
Senior dogs are supreme snugglers and won’t mind sleeping in with you.
#12 – Appreciative
Senior dogs are appreciate of any bit of love you will give them.
#13 – Perfect companion for later in life
As we start slowing down, keeping up with a young dog can be hard. Senior dogs are perfect companions as we become seniors ourselves.
Some of Our Available Bulldogs
Barney (Age 3)
Archie (Age 7)
Chuck (Age 8)
Petunia (Age 7)
Laura (Age 7)
Roman (Age 1)
14 Reasons Why Fostering A Shelter Pet Is Basically The Best Thing In The World

Want to make the world a better place in one easy step? Take home a foster pet from a rescue group. Fostering means bringing in a dog with the goal of nurturing them for a while until they can be dispatched to a permanent home with a family who’ll love them forever. It’s a crucial part of the animal rescue world. It’s also amazing, for you and for the animals. Here’s why:
1. Foster Pets Learn They’re Loved
2. It’s (Usually) So Fun For Your Other Pets, Too
3. You’re Saving Lives
4. It’ll Make You Feel Great
5. Foster Pets Will Make You Laugh
6. Your Human Kids Will Love It, Too
7. Fostering Is Flexible
8. Fostering Can Help You Heal
9. You’ll Give A Pet A Chance To Shine
10. Getting Started Is Easy
11. You’ll Make Someone Else’s Family Complete
12. You’ll Make New Friends
13. Goodbye Is A Happy Ending
14. And If You Really Fall In Love…You get to be a foster failure and the story never
ends!
LIVE. LOVE. RESCUE.
Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is a non-profit, completely volunteer-driven organization dedicated to saving and re-homing Bulldogs with loving families.
 
Hundreds of Bulldogs are lost, abandoned, taken to animal shelters, or surrendered to rescue every year. Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue accepts Bulldogs whose owners can no longer keep them, and retrieves Bulldogs from shelters and undesirable situations. Our Bulldogs are placed in suitable homes as soon as reasonably possible.