As the popularity of our breed increases, so do the number of dogs coming into the care of rescue. Please help us help them! We are always in need of foster homes, transporters, people to do home checks, fundraising efforts and donations to cover the costs of the veterinary and other care our dogs require.
Above all, we are thankful for those caring individuals and families that open their homes and hearts to provide our most deserving ‘rescues’ with the love and security of a forever family of their own.
If you can help in any way or have questions or concerns, please contact a member of our Rescue Team:
Deborah Alce (Rescue Coordinator) email@example.com
Dani Brown(Assistant Rescue Coordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret Au BC (Rescue Assistant BC) email@example.com
Brenda Watson ON firstname.lastname@example.org
Bev Anderson BC email@example.com
Fostering can be a rewarding experience and it is the heart and soul of our rescue efforts. Without our foster families we could not exist. If you can help in this area, a foster application is available HERE Please understand that foster homes must also be matched to the dog in need and for that reason a questionnaire, reference and home check will be required.
If you wish to surrender a dog into our care, or refer a dog to us that is possibly in need of help, contact a member of our team for assistance. An online surrender certificate is available HERE.
Below are the dogs currently in our care. Please review the information provided on each dog and if you think he/she would be a good match for your family and lifestyle, an adoption application link is available within the bio. Indicate the dog you are applying for on your completed form. Applications will be reviewed and those most suitable will be contacted for an interview and meeting.
Do not apply for a dog that is clearly not recommended for your situation (e.g. if noted as no small children and you have small children, even if you feel your children are good with dogs) We must be firm on our assessment requirements to maximize the chance of a successful and long term placement.
We do not do same day adoptions and we do not ship dogs. Reference and home checks are required prior to adoption finalization. Applicants selected as potential adoptive families (including any other family dogs) must initially visit the rescue dog in his or her foster home to assess compatibility.
Adoptive families are asked to provide regular updates following adoption.
Additional protocol information can be found in the adoption contract & home checklist at the bottom of the rescue page.
These beautiful 6 year old boys are bonded brothers that must stay together. They are currently in foster care and under assessment to address any medical and/or behavioural concerns & prepare them for adoption.
GENERAL: friendly, loving little black masked fawn boy, closely bonded to Hubert.
HEALTH CONCERNS: rear leg weakness and hind end wobble as the result of spinal injury 7 months ago. Has been slowly improving. Injury related decrease in bowel and bladder control so must be let out regularly. Food allergy controlled by diet
BEHAVIOUR: highly reactive to strange dogs.
COMPATIBILTY: CHILDREN: yes
DOGS: NO (only his brother and a couple of other familiar dogs)
GENERAL: Friendly, affectionate pied boy that loves cuddles and being with his family.
HEALTH CONCERNS: Food and seasonal allergies currently controlled by diet and medication as required.
BEHAVIOUR: can be reactive to dogs, less so than Brutus
COMPATIBILITY: CHILDREN: Yes
DOGS: Fine with Brutus and other known dogs, may react to strange dogs
Donations to help us cover the veterinary expenses, dietary and training needs of these two beautiful boys would be greatly appreciated.
Available for Adoption
Hank is a friendly, lovable, 6 year old neutered male. He enjoys being with people, maybe a bit too much. He can be vocal when left alone and will bark at unknown sights and sounds. He is fine with everyone he has met but can be reactive to certain dogs and is not fond of sharing human attention with them.
Hank knows basic commands, is housetrained, crate trained and generally well behaved.
HEALTH/BEHAVIOUR: Healthy, affectionate, obedient - some dog reactivity, possessiveness and anxious behaviour in high energy situations.
COMPATIBILITY: People: good- adult home preferred, no young children
Dogs: can be uncomfortable and reactive in certain situations
REQUIREMENTS: Apartments and busy environments can be problematic due to noise triggered barking, anxiety and potential reactivity to dogs. Single family home with fenced yard preferred. Ideal home is with dog experienced family, no young children and no other dogs. Should not be left alone for extended periods of time.
- PLEASE NOTE: We do not do same day adoptions and we do not ship dogs. Reference and home checks are required prior to adoption finalization. It will be necessary for the selected applicant(s) and their family (including any other family dogs) to meet Hank in his foster home to assess compatibility.
- Additional protocol information can be found in the adoption contract and home checklist at the bottom of the rescue page.
We've recently found wonderful new homes for all the Rescues you see below.
Help support our French Bulldog rescues by making a donation in any amount.
Even if it's just a little,please give. Every dollar counts!
Donations can be made through the PayPal rescue button and will be sent directly to our rescue fund. Since we are a Canada wide organization, supplies and food etc. may not be needed in your area. If you wish to donate items of this nature, contact a member of our team for location information.
OUR SINCERE THANKS!
to everyone that has helped so far
JC Balloon Studio, Inc.
Sal & Nadia Riina in memory of 'Digby'
French Bulldog Club of Central Canada
Darlene Levecque, Kanata, ON
Dave Berrey, Port Hope, ON
Arlene Adie, Willaims Lake, BC
Danielle Brown, Uxbridge, ON
Patricia Mansz, Kitchener, ON
Diane Dickins, Abbotsford, BC
Jackie Chysyk, Elstow, SK
Richard Rockford, Kenilworth, ON
Yvonne Poire, Kitchener, ON
Nadia Darkazanli, Vernon, BC
Sylvie Lafrance, Grand Remous, QC
Robin Evan Willis
Mark Warwarick - Delta, BC
Cari Haider - Airway Heights, WA
Dr.Bill Stoyka, Anne McIntyre & Pat Berry
Joelle A Dewhurst - Moose Jaw, Sask
Lori Zebiere - Garson Quarry, Man
Krista Sorensen- Edmonton, AB
Carol Gravestock - Durham, ON
Andrea Morden-Moore- Champaign, IL
Cynthia Vreeland - Mansfield, MA
Karen Bringol - Richmond, TX
Jennifer Anderson - Vancouver, BC
Cindy Nichols - Surrey, BC
Aleksandr Vrublevskij - Port Coquitlam, BC
Jeremy Shockley - Tucson, AZ
Margaret Au - Vancouver, BC
Steven Lowe - Vancouver, BC
Ron & Sharon Berry - Ft Saskatchewan, AB
Sharron Davis - Lower Sackville, NS
Jenny Shortt - Prince George, BC
Lise & Joseph Lau - Hamburg, NY
Cheryl Zuraw - Toronto, Ontario
Claire Slater - London, UK
Jill Neidig, Mt. Vernon, Illinois
Lorrie Jorgensen & Paula Robert - Godfrey, Ontario
Jim & Deb Alce - Strathroy, Ontario
Chris Marcellus - Port Coquitlam, BC
Janna & Todd Baker - Strathroy, Ontario
The French Bulldogs appearing under “Breeder Placements” are not rescue dogs. These dogs have been living with their Breeder in a home environment and are retired Show Dogs and/or retired Sires and Dams. From time to time, younger Frenchies may appear here as well. These Frenchies represent puppies which held potential and the Breeder decided to keep them for a longer period of time... Although there are no breeder placements currently, we invite you to check back often.
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