10/23/14: Please welcome Eli! Darlene busted him out of the shelter this morning and he now safe at our vet’s office. Thanks for saving Eli Darlene! He was picked up as a stray. He does not have a microchip and no one went to the shelter looking for him. As of right now we know […]
10/20/14: Please welcome Winslow ! He is on his way to us from a Humane Society in Savannah. His owners no longer wanted him so they dropped him off at the Humane Society. Typically Humane Society’s will adopt out dogs to the public not turn them over to rescue. But once they learned he had […]
10/5/14 – Please welcome Dexter! Dexter came to us from Florida. Unfortunately he was thrown out of a moving vehicle on a busy street. The person behind this moving vehicle stopped to save him and through some networking he made his way to us. Thank you to everyone involved in Florida that made it possible […]
10/2/14: Please welcome cash! Cash found himself at a shelter in south Georgia and no one came looking for him. By the looks of his poor skin no one bothered to take care of him either! He made his way to Dr Ross’s thanks to Maureen and Darlene. He will spend his two week sin […]
9/22/14: Please welcome Jazmine. Jazmine is currently at a vet in Fayetteville, NC being treated. We aren’t quite sure what is going on with her at the moment but hope to find out soon. Jazmine was found laying on the side of the road early yesterday evening. As you can see by the second photo, she […]
9/21/14: Please welcome Maxamillion! Max was purchased as a puppy but when he owner did not want him any longer and his breeder would not take him back he found himself in the hands of rescue. With the help of Florida English Bulldog Rescue he made his way from Tampa, FL to Atlanta, GA yesterday. […]
9/20/14: Please welcome Abe! He was busted out of puppy jail this morning; and his first ride in the luxurious Wally Wagon. First order of business: get rid of fleas and cleaning his eyes, so he can see again. More details to come after vet examination. He will remain in quarantine for two weeks after […]
Welcome to Georgia's very own Bulldog Rescue.
We are a 501(c)(3) corporation. We are in need of volunteers, donations, supplies and support. We rely solely on donations for the care and treatment of the rescued Bulldogs that are admitted to our organization.