found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
I was swept out of my home pretty quickly, but Im a strong boy, and nothing is going to keep me from loving my new family. I am currently with my foster parents after being at my first home for 7 years. My dad went to prison and my mom decided she wanted to keep my sister, so she dropped me off at a shelter. I never got much medical attention, but CEBR took me in and I couldn’t be happier to be getting the love and care that I deserve.
My foster mom could not be more in love with me. She says that my coloring is perfect and that I am a real “stud”. She gives me a whole lot of attention, and I love it! I really like snuggling up on the couch with my foster parents, but I can also appreciate some time to myself to snuggle up in my favorite blanket. When I came to my foster home, I had really bad dry eye, and there was gook all over them. My foster mom gives me drops and gel twice a day, and now the whole world can see my beautiful brown eyes.
My foster dad takes me on lots of walks and so far I have only had one accident in the house. They are really proud of me. He says that I walk with a “swagger”, and its true, I have a little bit of a waddle from stiff joints in my front legs. I don’t like to walk far, but I get around just fine. I can even make it up the 22 stairs to get into my foster home! But, I try to limit that to once a day. I figure I’m light, so why not make them carry me once in a while. Oh, and you know what really makes me want to do just about anything. Food! Show me a treat and I am yours!
When I first came to CEBR, the people at the shelter said that I “charged at another dog”. That might have had something to do with the fact that I was sick, had fleas, and was out of my house for the first time in 7 years. I have been nothing but nice to other dogs and people since I have been with my foster parents. I really don’t like getting eye drops put in, but who does! Sometimes I wiggle and squirm, but Im a bulldog and that’s what we do. My foster family calls me the boss, because I love being the main attraction. I’ll give you really sad eyes if you tell me to go lie down, but I’ll do it. I’m just a ham. Other than that, my foster parents think I am really well behaved, and I would have to agree.
I am really looking forward to finding my forever home to relax in! My perfect home would include a family that had a lot of time to spend with me. I need my eye drops and gel twice a day and someone to give me my joint supplement! I really don’t like the stairs too much, but a couple of them is not a deal breaker. My perfect home would have its own yard so I can be my own boss, but I am fine on a leash too. All I really need is a lot of attention. I would prefer to not have kids around because I am getting a bit older and just want to relax.
Well, I have to be going, its time for a belly rub. I will be strutting around my foster home like a boss, dreaming of relaxing with you in my forever home. See you when I see you!
ABOUT CHICAGO ENGLISH BULLDOG RESCUE
Greetings from Chicago English Bulldog Rescue (CEBR FOR SHORT)! Don’t be fooled by our name, we cover a very large Midwest territory! Become a fan of Chicago English Bulldog Rescue on Facebook, find us at ChicagoEBRescue on Twitter or EnglishBullyRescue on You Tube to learn more about our charitable work and get daily updates with our adoptable bullies!
We are a pure-bred English Bulldog rescue headquartered in the state of Illinois but serving much of the Midwest. We serve Chicago-proper and the surrounding suburbs, Illinois, Northwest Indiana, Southeastern Wisconsin including Milwaukee and now will accept intakes from Ohio and Missouri. To determine if you qualify to adopt one of our adorable bullies view our Adoption Criteria and Adoption Area Map.
CEBR is a Illinois licensed shelter and a 501c3 charitable organization. CEBR’s Directors and core volunteers are members of the Bulldog Club of America and the Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network. What that means for adopters, surrendering families and shelters is that our bullies get the highest level of care and commitment; just like our sister BCARN rescue organizations. They spend their time with us in foster homes where they get daily love and attention.
Because we receive so many inquiries about our dogs, we’re sorry to say that we can’t follow up on all of them. If you are interested in one of our bullies, please complete an application by visiting www.ebullymatch.com and click on Apply To Adopt. We will not be able to respond to individual phone calls or emails.