11/19/14: Please welcome Sadie! Sadie’s’ most recent owner got her from a friend but can no longer care of her so she is now a part of GEBR. She was already spayed when she came into rescue. She is now up to date on her vaccinations and we are treating a skin and double ear infections. She will be […]
11/6/14: Please welcome Bruno! Bruno’s dad got engaged and his fiancé was terrified of poor little Bruno. So his dad gave him to a friend and the friend did the best thing she could for Bruno…she gave him to us. Unfortunately Bruno is heartworm positive. Maureen transported him to our vet so he can get […]
10/23/14: Please welcome Daisy Dukes! Her family fell on hard times and could longer provide for her so we welcomed her into rescue. She is already spayed and up to date on her vaccinations. We are told she suffers from allergy issues and that she hurt her leg a few months back. She spent the […]
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 […]
9/12/14: Please welcome Ethal! She joins us from a shelter in SC. She was picked up as a stray and no one came to claim her. Thank you Frances for picking her up and getting her to safety. Frances says she was very sweet and even rolled over for belly rubs once she knew she […]
7/17/14: Please welcome Twyla! She has been used and dumped by a breeder for profit (pc for backyard breeder). Now she sits in a shelter fighting for her life and the shelter and shelter volunteers were begging for help to save her. She’s only 5 but looks much older because of her hard life. The shelter believes […]
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.