Sue is a 4 yr. old female bulldog that weighs 64 lbs.
Sue joined Lone Star Bulldog Rescue today through no fault of her own. A family member has allergies to Sue, so she was surrendered today. Sue is good with kids, cats and other dogs. She is very spunky and has a small stubborn streak. She is crate trained, walks on a leash and is house broken. Sue joined her foster family today, so more information on her will be coming soon.
6/21/2015 Update :Sue joined us Friday afternoon after a quick vet check. She had great checkup and is in really good shape. She absolutely has one of the prettiest, softest and thickest bully fur coats that I have ever seen. The 1st night and morning, she was a little shy and had to settle in and warm up to us. She spent a lot her time in her crate by her choice during that time. Saturday afternoon she decided she was ready to see what we were all about and since then she has been by one of our sides, constantly asking for a pet or just wanting to cuddle up. She does need a little time to warm up which is understandable since she is going through a lot of change in her life and we are strangers to her. But once she warms up, she has a lot of to give and wants to receive a lot of love back. We believe that she may need slow introductions to other pets as she has shown a little possessiveness of her things when her 7month old bully puppy foster brother gets near her stuff. Sue plays occasionally with us for a few minutes at a time but is mostly laid back just wanting to be with her people and get a good belly rub or back scratch. She is fully house trained and has not had a single accident! She is also crate trained, though she would rather stay out and have the option to go to the crate or not. She also walks well on a leash and loves to go on a car ride where she look out the windows. Today I discovered that she also loves to lay in the bed and cuddle but needs a little lift to help her get up there. She is very sweet and loving but definitely has a stubborn side. Sue does what she wants, when she wants, but most of all what Sue wants and deserves is love and fur ever home with a loving family.
6/29/2015 Update: Sue has had a great week and is settling in very nicely in our home. She is really coming out of her shell and showing us her personality, and boy does she have a lot of it. This week we have discovered that Sue LOVES to play!!!! She will demand to played with and will not stop until you give in and play with her. But, that doesn’t take long because she has such a cute face and personality to match. She will whimper, air bark, cry, pace, actual bark and even grab your arm with her paw (regardless of what you are doing) to be played with. Late this week she even decided that the foster pup is kinda fun to play with. Her favorite game is light tag but she also enjoys a good game of fetch, chase or trampoline ball bounce. She does play a little rough and mouthy but we are working on that each day and its just because she gets so excited. She is great on a leash and enjoys an occasional walk if its not too hot outside. We also discovered that she knows “Sit” and will quickly do it for a treat. She is extremely smart and prove it to us daily. She has still not had any accidents and has pretty good house manners. We had a visit from a friend this week in law enforcement who was still in his uniform. As soon as I opened the door for the him, Sue went crazy and was beyond excited jumping around and rubbing against him like we have never seen from her before upon meeting anyone. It leads me to believe she either loves a man in uniform or one has been very kind to her in the past. Sue is great with kids as long as they are not scared of her and can handle a little rougher style play. I think with time and dedication to Sue her play style can be tamed down a bit and she can be a great gentle playmate. Sue will make an excellent addition to any family but if you are interested in her, you better hurry up and apply before you get beat by someone else to adopt this beautiful girl.

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