Gabby is a 3 yr. old female that weighs 52lbs. Gabby joined Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue today. She came to us from a local shelter. She will be going to the shelter to be spayed and then onto her foster family. This beautiful girl will be looking for a forever home soon.
If you are interested, do not delay, she will not be available for long.
8/30/2015 Update: Gabby girl has had a very busy and eventful week! The week started out with a visit to the clinic to get Gabby spayed. The vet said she was healthy and very well cared for prior to entering rescue. Yesterday, Gabby attended the rescue event at Hollywood Feed and loved meeting everyone and getting so much attention complete with petting and back scratches. Gabby is a fairly mild mannered girl that loves and craves attention. She wants to be with her people at all times and will happily claim any empty lap as her own. She is also always available for any belly rubs or back scratches that might be offered. She is great with kids and seems to enjoy thier company. The first few days in foster she seemed to prefer to hang with the shorter people in the house but yesterday and today she has clung pretty close to her foster mommy. But if at given moment she thinks someone is considering to offer her a scratch or rub down, sheís off running to them wagging her whole body.
The first few days as Gabby was adjusting to her foster home, she wasnít very interested in sharing her attention with her foster brother and she let him know it. She would play with people but didnít really want to play with him regardless of his persistence. Well, he was determined to love her and get her to play with him. Persistance finally paid off and as I was typing this update they began to play and played hard until they both had to rest! We had noticed that as she was settling in she was becoming more tolerant of him and even occasionally sharing the attention without getting upset.
Overall, Gabby is a great girl and will complete almost any family perfectly. She is fully housebroken and has not had a single accident. She is good on a leash for a walk but does a pull a bit if there is excitement near by. She does not willingly run to her crate but she will go in there when you ask and then she just lays quietly until you return to free her. She also knows how to sit on command (if she wants toÖ..she is a bulldog afterall).
9/13/2015 Update: Gabby continues to be a joy to have around. She is really showing her personality and her occasional stubborn streak like when she really doesnít want to go to her bed. She is fully potty trained but has had a couple #2 accidents but only when you donít keep her out long enough in the mornings. She says that its foster mommies fault not hers. Gabby had decided that she would like to spend all of her time with her people. She will follow us around from room to room including the bathroom. She can get her head in a door quick if you even think about trying to close the door without letting her in. Her rightful place is right next to you! She has also decided that she should sleep in the big bed with foster mommy and foster daddy so she does. She has chosen the spot right between the our heads as her spot so that she can gently lay her head on a pillow too. She is so cute that foster mommy has agreed that that is her spot and foster daddy didnít object too much.
Gabby has finally agreed that the foster brother is pretty lovable too and that he makes a good playmate when she decides its time to play! Gabby continues to love to play with the short people in the house as well and loves to get in their lap or bed for a good cuddle.
On Sunday Gabby got to go to the Rescue event at Hollywood feed and met lots of nice people. She didnít care for all of the other doggies, especially the females, but she did enjoy getting loved on from all of the people who met her! Gabby has decided that she is The Queen and we all know there can only be one Queen!

Wanna Adopt?

Please view the adoption process and fill out an application at their website ---> dfwbulldogrescue.org

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