Hairless Bulldog Found On California Streets Looks So Different Now

As a severe medical case, the rescue placed Lilou with an emergency foster in California who helped her battle through the painful mange and infections. At just 7 months old, the small bulldog puppy was found wandering the streets of Southern California with a case of mange so advanced that her entire body was covered in scabs.

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Now celebrating her two-year anniversary of being adopted, Lilou is an entirely different dog from the balding, mange-ridden puppy rescuers first found. Despite her active lifestyle, Lilou can’t get enough of cuddling — even though her other dog siblings, Yogi and Birdie, aren’t too interested in it. But last year, she met the perfect snuggle partner when her family decided to foster an American Staffordshire terrier named Hope. Lilou was well enough to travel after a few weeks, so she went to another foster through Northwest Dog Project, a rescue that regularly adopts out at-risk dogs from California.

Author: Theis

I Rolando Digiacomo have always had a deep interest in animals, which led me to study Veterinary Medicine. I am 31 years old and have been practicing as a vet for 5 years now. I love my job because it allows me to help animals in need and make them feel better. My dream is to open my own animal clinic one day where I can continue helping animals in need.

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