Please note: We do not adopt to homes with unfenced pools, unfenced yards, children under the age of 3, or homes where any other cat or dog living there is not spayed/neutered.
Waiting Time to Get a Bulldog
Dogs are placed according to the type of home best suited to their needs. A majority of our rescues have social, emotional, behavioral and health issues. If you are not able or willing to deal with a not-so-perfect bully, your wait may be a long one. Many rescued Bulldogs are dog aggressive and have trust issues. Some are not suitable for placing with children. Rarely does a happy, well-adjusted Bulldog end up in our care. If you are not committed to deal with housebreaking issues in an adult dog or to provide obedience training, you may not really want to take on a rescued Bulldog.
These dogs are rescue dogs... Most have been neglected, abused or abandoned... Please do not apply if you are looking for a cheap bulldog. These dogs are going to need extra TLC from you...Only apply if you are wanting to give a homeless dog a second chance.