Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue                December 2017

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 surrende red 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.

Meet Forrest Bondurant

If you've seen the movie Lawless, then you will know his character: Forrest Bondurant is fearless, a risk taker and some may say an outlaw. But this Forrest is just a gentle giant of a Bulldog! Forrest knows he is one hot mess now, but his healing has begun and better days are ahead of him.

Forrest wants you to know that his surrendering family was loving, kind, and had two small girls whom he adored. 

There were 9 puppies in Forrest's litter and as they grew, they all looked like him, covered in demodectic mange. Forrest's mother even had it, and the breeder said, "She is missing hair from her puppies nibbling on her."

Forrest's mother knew she was in over her head with his condition. The medication made him throw up, he scratched until he bled and he cried in his sleep. We parted ways with the mom saying, "I loved you enough, Forrest, to let you go get the help you need. You were always the Bulldog of my dreams."

In his first two days at the vet, he had two baths, his skin scraped and lots of dead skin removed. He is not itching at all. He is, however, continuing to vomit, so the vet is starting him on a food for sensitive stomachs. His scrapes for demodex came back negative. Evidently, the medicine his owners were giving him took care of that. He still has some infection that needs to be handled, and he is still in some discomfort, but nothing like the pain he was in.

He will be getting baths three times a week for the next few weeks. He still needs to be neutered when he gets better. Dr. Larsen expects he will stay at the clinic for about a month before he goes to a foster home.

He is such a sweet boy. When you sit with him, all he wants to do is climb up in your lap and snuggle with you. He will make someone a great dog once we can make him healthy.

Stay tuned to watch Forrest's journey. We're going to do all we can to get him healthy!

A Fletcher Update!

Fletcher entered into rescue 10 months ago as a hairless wonder. We have tried so many things to help him. He has been on so many rounds of antibiotics and allergy medications. Many times it has been a step forward, only to retreat even further back. 

A few months ago several plugs of ski n were taken and sent off for analysis. Some of his hair follicles appears dead and may never produce hair. 

We recently sent him to a pet dermatologist for a complete workup. The doctor changed some medications and tried some new ones. Fletcher's skin has improved and his itching is gone along with all the inflammation. The next step was a skin-pick test for allergens. He is highly allergic to several kinds of local grasses, weeds and trees. He is also allergic to cat dander. So a special serum was mixed based on all his allergies and he now begins regular allergy shots. We hope within 6-8 weeks to be able to take him off Apoquel, and that in time the shots will totally control his allergies.

Please cross your fingers and say a prayer for this precious boy. It is his time to shine! And if you don't mind a few thin or hairless spots on your Bulldog, please consider adopting Fletcher and giving him the loving forever home he deserves. 

Happy Holidays!

As 2017 winds down, let us take a moment to thank you for your dedicated support throughout the year. Thanks to our loyal donors, we were able to save many more Bulldogs like Fletcher and Forrest than we anticipated this year and we are so incredibly grateful.
If you are considering making one last
tax-deductible donation this year, we urge you to visit our website before we launch into 2018. 
Our adoption fees only cover a portion of our vet bills, so our work RELIES heavily on your generous gifts. 
May 2018 bring us all health, happiness and more furever families!

Some Ways to Help!

Amazon Wish List
Our Amazon Wish List is a way for your to give to us a little at a time all year long. Check it periodically and send us something from the list. We update it as different needs arise.

Special Promotion and
Give Back!
The inventors of the Wash 'n Zip have selected Lone Star  Bulldog Club Rescue as their 
"Rescue Group of the Month" for December which means they will be donating $5 to our group for each bed they sell through their website this month!  If you'd like to get one yourself and help raise funds for our friends in need, enter the discount code LONESTAR to save 15% on your purchase. Watch their 1-minute video to see how it works: 

Put Our Wines & Candles...
On Your Holiday Table
A portion of the proceeds is given to LSBCR

Benefit Wine  is the #1 philanthropic wine company in the country! They partner with over 500 non-profit organizations and Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is one of those partner organizations. Simply go HERE to begin your shopping. 

Please check out our sister company for premium scented, all natural, soy candles with proceeds benefiting your favorite charities.  With your help, Charity Wicks will become the #1 philanthropic candle company in the country!

Please note that all orders must be received before  December 17th to ensure Christmas delivery.

Become A Foster
Ready to jump into a great new adventure, while making a difference? Consider applying to foster! We NEED foster families throughout the DFW area. Check here for more information.

Check Out Our Store
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.
Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is a 501(c)3 Charity
Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue relies solely on contributions from the public  and proceeds from its fundraising efforts. Because we are a non-profit organization, donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

To make a donation click the link below.
Thank you and Bulldog kisses,

Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue

Some of Our Available  Bulldogs

Eve  (Age 1)

Luna  (Age 6)

Genesis  (Age 3)

Cheyanne  (Age 3)

Tyson  (Age 3)

Homer  (Age 3)

Tango  (Age 1)

Pearl  (Age 1)

Knox  (Age 6)

Paris  (Age 6)

Lilly Mae  (Age 2)

Carlos  (Age 3)

Colossus (Age 4)

Tessa  (Age 7)

Vinny  (Age 7)

Tank  (Age 7)

Mae (Age 11)

Laura  (Age 7)

Consider Becoming a Foster Family 
Our ability to rescue dogs from undesirable conditions is limited by the foster homes available. We always need more caring homes in the metroplex to help these precious dogs begin a new life. For more information on how you can get involved, visit our Volunteer page on our website.

Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue | info@dfwbulldogrescue.org | http://dfwbulldogrescue.org/
811 E Main St
Allen, TX 75002