Hi Friends! I am LuLu and I was left at the Miami-Dade high kill shelter but I do not know why. It was a very scary place and I was afraid and trembling. Because I was fearful my days were numbered. One day though, I was picked up by a very nice man and taken for a car ride and then another and another and another and another. These people were all so nice to me and I love riding in the car. The last ride was with my foster mom and sister, they brought me to this place called home…I had never been to one of these places before but WOW it sure it nice and comfortable! At first I was very curious about everything, I even tried to climb inside the dryer…silly me!

My foster family has nick named me LuLu Belle and Bubbles (you’ll have to ask them why). They say that I am a super sweet girl and just love, love, love to be with them…or on them, 80lbs is still a lap dog, right?! I follow my mom and sister everywhere, I’m not sure what they mean by personal space…hehe. I enjoy going for walks and get very excited when I see my leash! I walk well on the leash, usually beside you or slightly in front, on occasion I pull a little but not very often and my sister will sometimes run with me. I get lots of compliments on my cute little underbite and my tongue that is usually always sticking out just a little bit. My favorite is a good ole belly rub, I’ll just flop right down and roll over for you! My foster family says I am starting to get more playful, but only with my humans, not toys (what are those?).

I will go in a crate but my foster family has left me out and says that I am a good girl, I don’t get into things or potty in the house. Food…did someone say dinner time? I love food but am not at all food aggressive, I will sit and stay (for a few seconds)
until my mom says “ok LuLu”. I’m learning what treats are and I take them very gently…I do love some natural peanut butter and the occasional pancake on the weekend…yuummmy! My tail wags a lot now and sometimes I will snort with excitement. I am a happy girl that just wants to love and be loved.

love… Lulu

If you are interested in adopting, please submit an adoption application at so we can see if he/she would be a good fit for you and your family. It is our policy at American Bulldog Rescue not to place the same gender dogs in a home. Adoptions are most successful and harmonious with opposite genders. Please also note: No one will be considered without first submitting an adoption application. Our dogs are in homes and only approved adopters can meet them. Once approved, you can meet any dog you like that would be a good fit for you/your family.