6/24/16: Please welcome Khloe! Khloe was sold to a family in April whose sole intention was to breed her with their grandson’s bulldog. But when Khloe got sick with pyometra (an often fatal uterine infection) they couldn’t afford treatment and contacted the rescue. She seems to feel OK but we need to get her fixed up immediately. […]
6/18/16: Please welcome Sandy! Her owners were giving her away because she can no longer breed. We are told she is up to date on her vaccinations but she is not spayed. She is favoring her front paw but we are not sure why yet. She will be seeing the vet this week for a full check up and […]
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6/9/16: Please welcome Posey! Posey was found as a stray and ended up in the Gwinnett County Animal Control shelter a few days ago. Her stray hold was up today and she is now in the care of GEBR. She has entropian, corneal ulcers, ear infections (in both ears), cherry eyes, and skin issues. Skin scraping […]
6/9/16: Please welcome Carlos! Someone found Carlos and brought him to the Gwinnett County Animal Control shelter a few days ago. They immediately took him to the vet because of the open wound on his head. He stray hold was up today and he is now in the care of GEBR. We do not know […]
6/6/16: Please welcome Jager Boom! He was found at a local high school five days ago. He does have a microchip and it is registered. We left word for the owner that he was found but the owner never got back in touch with us. He is now up to date on his vaccinations. He […]
6/2/16: Please welcome Cassandra! Cassandra was found as a stray and taken to the Dekalb County Animal Control shelter. The shelter contacted us and we picked her up the moment her stray hold was up. We know she needs to be spayed and has a large mass on her back. She picked up a respiratory […]
5/31/16: Please welcome Jim! Jim was found as a stray a month ago in North Georgia. The person that found him gave him a friend to keep safe while they attempted to locate his owners. There was no success locating his owners so now he is with us. He is now up to date on […]
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.