Breed: French Bulldog
Current Location: Dallas, TX
Adoption Date: October 7, 2018
Adopted by: the Leask family
When it comes to the adoptions of our Chicago fosters I wouldn’t dream of speaking for Cate Bernhardt. She has her own style and I know we all enjoy hearing from her.
“What do you do when you outline EVERY quirk your foster possesses (at least twice) during an hour long phone interview and the adopter responds with: “I want to get him quicker so I can love him longer”? When four pages of notes detailing ALL his weirdness doesn’t make the adoptive family turn the car around and skedaddle back to Texas? You accept that the planets have aligned.
Corn Pops, aka Chase, came to our home, one year old, with scars on his neck so bad I can’t bring myself to think how they happened. The scars you couldn’t see were worse. He is on his way home to Dallas this morning with the Leask Family. Newman Leask has a great ring to it. He will have 3 rescue Yorkies to show him the ropes, two parents who work from home, a fenced in yard to noodle in to his heart’s content and landscape galore to allow him safe space to process whatever he needs to process. His parents have experience dealing with the eccentricities that accompany rescues and are completely up for the challenge of learning to speak ‘Corn Pops’. Newman will have his pick of Frenchie cousins to play with – one being former DRR alumni Strudel/Phyllis who is the Leask’s grandpup. More proof Frenchie are contagious.
To the Leask Family – Adopting is admirable, rescuing is heroic. Thank you for opening your hearts and home to this guy. He is entirely worth picking shrubbery out of your hair in order to gain his trust.
To my boy – I promise no one will ever be mean to you again. You got this. ”
I would like to add that Dog Ranch Rescue adopters are a very special group of people, many of our dogs like any other rescue have “issues” to have people on board with being a part of adopting them and rehabilitation them brings us much joy. Rescuing a dog takes a village and it takes a village of people who care about the dogs needs as much as we do. It gives us so much hope for dogs like Thelma to know that someone is out there who understands and will be ready for the challenge.
That’s what its all about everyone and we are so happy to have the support we have..
He just turned one year old and at the auction we attended it was boasted that he had several champions in his pedigree and once again would make a good stud prospect.
He will now be just a very sweet boy who will be loved forever by someone and have the wonderful life he deserves. He is shy and our wonderful foster in Chicago, Cate, will work to gain his trust while giving him some much needed TLC.
Formerly known as #347
Please welcome to his new life Corn Pops!
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