7/20/15: Please welcome Milton! Milton found himself at a local shelter. No one came looking for him so he is now in the care of GEBR. A big thank you to Haley for busting him out the shelter! He is a little rough around the edges at the moment but nothing we can’t handle! He […]
7/19/15: Please welcome Leon! Leon is only 7 weeks old born on 5/27/15. Leon is a breeder surrender from NC. Leons breeder was going to euthanize him due to his incontinence issues. Leon is currently having some incontinence issue of his bowel movements where he is requiring stimulation. Leons anus is also open and not […]
7/16/15 – Please welcome Drew! Drew’s owners surrendered him to GEBR due to changes in their living situation and they were not able to provide the care that Drew was in need of. His previous family stated he is great with kids and other animals. Drew’s previous family received him when he was 3 years […]
7/1/15: Please welcome Charlotte! Her owners found out she had some orthopedic issues so they tried to give her away on Craigslist. One of our volunteers, Matt, made arrangments to get her before she ended up in the wrong hands. She had a check up with Dr Rush last week and is now up to […]
6/20/2015- Please welcome Pookie! Pookie was born on 4/23/2015 and was surrendered by her breeder to GEBR at 7 weeks of age so that she could receive the care she needed with her legs. Both of Pookies front legs are deformed & knuckling. Pookie also has worms and very underweight for her age. She only […]
6/13/15 – Please welcome Wanda! She found herself at a shelter in Gainesville, Ga. Nobody came looking for her so the shelter called us when her stray hold was up. Susan and Ty picked her up the next day. She has ear and eye infections as well as a skin infection and double cherry eyes. […]
6/9/2015- Please welcome Channel! Chanel is a military owner surrender. Owners stated she is crate trained, but been stubborn with house breaking, but does goes outside to potty. Chanel is current with her vaccines but has developed some health issues that the owners are unable to financial care for at this time and preparing to […]
6/1/15: Please welcome Georgina! Georgina’s owners got her from a shelter two year ago. They surrendered her to us because they could no longer afford to care for her. We were a bit surprised when she came into rescue. We had no idea she had a huge hernia, skin infections, dry eye and trouble walking. […]
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.