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Bulldog Spotlight:
Meet Cookie!

Well my actual name is Sugar Cookie because I am just that sweet. I know you are going to ask why am I so small? Am I a mini, a micro, or a runt? Well no, everyone knows there is no such thing as a mini or a micro bulldog. And no I was not born a runt. In my eyes I am 31.3 lbs. of bulldog perfection. I can ride comfortably in a backpack and I have been known to be carried in a Coach purse. I love every dog that I meet. Big, little, short or tall, Sugar Cookie loves them all! So go ahead and ask what brought me here to rescue. Well, it was a cat. Ok, it was a kitten. No one ever told me not to chase the kitten. No one ever said put the kitten down. All I saw was a kitten with fur and in my mind it needed carried around. And the rest in history. Kittens don’t need carried around by me. My family was super upset and I felt bad so I decided to pack my overnight bag and find myself a kitten-cat free family. I am 2 years old. 

What am I into? Well, I do love to play. Sometimes, other dogs might find me annoying because I just want to keep playing even when they are done! Ugh… so boring, right? Anyway, I do love toys and bones to chew on so those are a requirement for my new home. I am working on my potty skills and would need a family that will have time to teach me when and where to go. I kind of get it, but just need some extra help. I wanted to thank all of our rescue friends for all my Christmas gifts! There were so many toys and treats, which are totally my favorite things!

I have started to get a little anxious when I go out, but we are working on that. Once I get to know you, I will love you. I am doing so good with my potty training, but still occasionally have an accident. I am getting there. I even can use a doggy door now.

Two things I require in my new home will be food and toys. I also think treats are included in the food requirement because I love everything about things I can eat!
Senior Spotlight:
Meet Diesel Douglas

My story is a good one, up until the last few months. I lived with my sweet Mom all my life. Recently, we found out she is ill, and she wouldn’t be able to care for me anymore. We were both very sad and cried a lot. Since we loved each other so much, we knew we had to do what was best for each other. She needed to take care of herself and I needed someone to take care of me. Mom called Rescue so I would have a family to care for me. That’s what Mom’s do, they take care of their babies, even if they can’t do it themselves. Leaving each other was the hardest thing either of us have ever done! We’re both being taken care of now and that’s all that matters.

Now it’s time to talk about me. I’m 8-yrs. old and yes, I am 80 lbs. Since I always lived with my Mom, I know how to walk on a leash and potty outside. I’m not a young fellow, but I’m not an old fellow either. As Lionel Richie says, “I’M EASY LIKE SUNDAY MORNING.” I’m not going to run any races, but I like sitting a lot, sleeping and eating (as you might have noticed). I am a great companion and will be your best friend.
I am attaching some photos of myself, so you can see how handsome I am. Mom took very good care of me, so I’m in great shape.  

I’ve been at Mays’ Manor a couple of weeks and life is good. It’s been a while since I’ve been in this good of shape. Just picture it, me frolicking through the house or yard chasing these beautiful girls around! I don’t attempt to get loving any more because these ladies will let you have it if you do, but I still enjoy the chase. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge…
The strength, courage and DEEP abiding love in our foster families is awe inspiring. These people step up and care for our Bulldogs often at a moments notice, they deal with medical emergencies, post-op care, daily training needs and hardest of all when it is all said and done they must let the Bulldogs go. Hopefully, they are going to a new and wonderful life, but on occasion the lure of the Rainbow Bridge is too strong and these kind and generous people must find the inner strength to carefully and gently guide the Bulldog over that bridge as well. LSBCR could not exist without these loving people and we are grateful and humbled by the generous care they provide for each and every rescue that enters their home. Rescue can be as hard as it is rewarding. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your willingness to accept both the pain and the joys that come with rescuing our beloved bulldogs.

But we always need more dedicated and loving servants. Please consider becoming a foster! Training, guidance and support are always provided. For more information on this life-changing opportunity check out the Volunteer section on our website.
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How You Can Help Rescue!
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Upcoming Events. . .
Bulldog Bonanza at Campisi’s-Rockwall
Sunday, February 9 — 2 PM to 5 PM
2115 Summer Lee Dr., #105, Rockwall

You will be able to meet some of our volunteers to learn more about our program and ask your Bulldog-specific questions. Plus, you’ll be able to purchase one of our T-shirts to support and raise awareness of our mission of saving Bulldogs. If you have a buddy who is considering a new dog, bring him along so he can be indoctrinated to the magic of the Bulldog breed.
Many thanks to our friends at Campisi’s in Rockwall for hosting this get-together for us!
Bulldog Bonanza at Bar 2909
Saturday, April 4 — 1 PM to 4 PM 
2909 Morton St., Fort Worth

Please join us for another Bulldog bonanza! 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. We’ll also have a very special guest: the Easter Bunny!
Many thanks to our friends at Bar 2909 for hosting this get-together for us!
New Merchandise…..

 We have lots of new items for sale on our website. More will be added later this month. Each purchase helps support our mission. Be sure to to check out our Store .
Some Of Our Available Bulldogs
Kiki Love (Age 4)
Nakita (Age 8)
Maximus (Age 6)
Maggie Noel (Age 8)
Sleigh (Age 7)
Garland (Age 5)
Rudolph (Age 2)
Tinsel (Age 2)
Lulu Bea (Age 4)
Edsel (Age 8)
Mission Statement:
Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is a non-profit, completely volunteer-driven group dedicated to saving and rehoming Bulldogs with loving families.