Frodo - recovering well from his neuter surgery!
Posted January 6, 2010 4:12 pm
*****A Pair of English Bulldogs were found at 9:00 pm last night sitting on the front porch of someone's home in 40 degree temps. Please call Adopt-a-Bull Rescue at 954-802-1442. Leave your information & a description of the dogs if you believe they are yours!*****
Posted January 5, 2010 6:41 pm
Cookie is finally just about ready for adoption! It's been a year and a half since Cookie first came to us and we could not be happier that she's almost ready for her fur-ever home.... could it be yours?
Nora's taking it easy. She's so adore-a-bully sweet and easy going. Her next 12-16 weeks of activity restriction while she goes thru heartworm treatment are going to be very easy on us if she keeps this up. You can see in the 2nd pic... No, she's not sleeping - her eyes hurt so she squints bad. :( Poor girl, we are giving her eye ointment at elast 3x a day, but that's not enough relief. We are anxious to have her eye surgery done as soon as we safely can.
And of course, no blog is ever complete without at least a mention of our miracle puppy:
Champ's professional photo shoot!
Posted January 3, 2010 9:14 pm
Check out Champ's Blog for today's daily entry :)
Millie and Bugzy!
Posted January 2, 2010 7:09 pm
Here are some pictures of Millie and Bugzy. They are so adorable, loving and funny. Millie is very spoiled, it takes me about 20 minutes to wake her up because she's a princess and she needs her beauty rest. Bugzy is great, he knows how to sit and give paw. He doesn't like baths or the epsom salt soaks. It's actually very hard to get him into the shower or the jacuzzi because he becomes dead weight, but once he gets in he doesn't give us any trouble. Hope you enjoy the pictures of Millie and Bugzy. They will both available for adoption soon. They are NOT a boned pair, but could potentially be adopted together.
Short Bullie Briefings - HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Posted January 1, 2010 12:38 pm
Frodo: supposed to get neutered Wed. it never happened. He’s still at the vet for observation. This boy is a really weird breather. We are just making sure nothing is wrong with him before we put him under. If all goes well, he’s scheduled to be neutered on Monday. He is boarding at the vet until then.
Abby: Just got adopted this morning! She got adopted to a wonderful family with 3 kids and 2 Chugs. She will be calling Maryland her new home!
Bruno II: Also to be adopted today. His mommie and daddy are on their way down from NC and she be arriving later today.
Wigglet: Is still sleeping from all her festivities and hard partying last night!
Dozer IV: His new family is currently on their way down from Virginia to finalize his adoption tomorrow.
Millie: Improving slowly, but steadily in foster care with Bugsy, she’s still in rough shape but getting better.
Nora: Is home and happy to be reunited with her friends! She was picked up from the vet yesterday and had her first injection for her heartworm treatment. She returns to the vet in 1 month for her next series of injections. She’s on activity restriction for the next 3 – 4 months.
Shakespeare, Bentley, Paige & Sally Sue are pending adoption with their foster homes!
Gummy, Brownie, Skyler, Priscilla, Pebbles 2, Tater, Harley, Wilbur, Spencer, Kira and the others are still looking for their furever homes!
Happy New Year from Adopt-A-Bull! Especially from Zana & Wigglet!
Posted December 31, 2009 5:27 pm
Wigglet went to the vet today and got her first set of puppy shots!
Bad news for Nora just discovered :(
Posted December 30, 2009 5:47 pm
Posted December 29, 2009 7:36 pm
Zana went in for another vet check up yesterday because her foster Mommy was concerned about the mystery sores and their depth. While we are all still speculating, foster Mom believes it was caused by a possible reaction to the latex (verified to be latex by vet) in the water bottles used to keep her warm during her almost FOUR hours being under anestesia. We do NOT believe the vet was negligent as we would not take any bully to a place where we didn’t already have faith in the physician and her compassion for our breed. This is the strangest thing any of us have seen...including the veterinarian. Rest assured, her future pawrents will be made aware of this potentially life threatening allergy that may exist in her. The good news, however, is Zana is mostly oblivious to the sores thanks to her cone. She is on pain medicine and antibiotics to prevent pain and infection and her foster Mommy works from home and monitors her all the time. Most days she enjoys hanging out with her brudders and sisters and when its nice outside, sitting or laying outside getting some fresh air. Her teeth have healed but will need to be brushed regularly the rest of her life because food tends to “stick”. Fortunately, she is a good sport about everything....she has NEVER shown any aggression towards her foster Mom, anyone at the vets, etc....even when poking and prodding were happening. She no longer needs eye drops or ear drops, just regular cleaning, yaaa! She still limps as we knew she would but that is what the pain meds are for....she will likely need these in her furever home but it shouldn’t be more than the cost of a few dollars a month according to the Doctor. Well worth it to keep her comfy...because she really loves short walks! Thanks to everyone for your outpouring of love through your words, prayers and donations. All are equally important to us in more ways than you could possibly know. Would you also considering giving Zana a furever home or spread the word? Fill out an application today and she might be yours furever in just a few weeks!
Posted December 28, 2009 10:29 pm
Zana is being fostered in the Orlando area. Once recovered she will be up for adoption. The sad part is that Zana healed nicely from her mass removals and spay surgery. These just festered and got nastier as the rest of her healed. Not at all like a normal "burn" as we would imagine...hence the reason we are all stumped by them. She has been in rescue since November 7th and still has a way to go before being ready to adopt. Please consider donating for her medical issues and if you have a really BIG Cushy bed, she could use one of those as well permanently :)
Adopt-A-Bull's Christmas Weekend in Pictures:
Posted December 27, 2009 8:54 pm
Christmas at the Adopt-A-Bull Wranch was quite busy to say the least! This weekend we welcomed Maximus Pig, Bugsy & Abby (again) into rescue while Hamlet got adopted! Saturday we had a little after Christmas bullie wash and the bullies enjoyed the time just hanging out!
At first, we were extremely hesistant about taking Nora into our rescue, with such a shortage of space already and lack of funds, this Bullie Mix not only needed to be spayed, but she was also in desperate need of having her entropion eyes surgically corrected. We took her in after being won over by her personality and sweet, gentle spirit. This Wednesday, she will be going in for her surgeries and she is really a special girl.