8/20/16: Please welcome Forrest! He was picked up as a stray by animal control and taken to a high kill shelter in Augusta. Luckily a local rescue pulled him to save his life then contacted us to see if we could take him in. He was in our hands the next morning! He needs to […]
8/11/16: Please welcome JoJo! We do not know why but his owners surrendered him to the Atlanta Humane Society. They called us and asked us to take him into rescue. He is very skinny and heartworm positive. The Atlanta Humane Society neutered him and began his heartworm treatment before he was transferred to us. He […]
6/9/16: Please welcome Hershel! His most recently owners who have had him for the past to years are no longer able to care for him due to their medical issues. Thank you Susan, Tyrus and Cindy for getting him into rescue. He was a little upset with all of the changes but by the following morning […]
8/9/16: Please welcome Ernie! Ernie was picked up as a stray by Gwinnett County Animal Control. His stray hold was up today and they allowed us to bring him into rescue. We appreciate Gwinnett County Animal Control being “rescue friendly”. He will have a full exam by Dr Ross but at first glance we can see […]
8/6/16: Please welcome Muffin! Muffin joins us from Madison Oglethorpe Animal Shelter. Apparently Muffin and a few other dogs were left abandoned in a house. A concerned person got all of the dogs to the shelter. We were notified about Muffin from friends on Facebook and we are happy that Madison Oglethorpe Animal Shelter allowed her to come […]
7/25/16: Please welcome Donna! She was a stray that found herself at Barrow Co AC. They contacted us to see if we could help her and of course we were there for her the moment her stray hold was up. Thank you for being “rescue friendly” Barrow Co AC. She is covered with a horrible […]
7/22/16: Please welcome Skylyn! Her owners dropped her off at the shelter and the shelter contacted. Thank you Effingham County Animal Shelter for reaching out so we can help her. She is not spayed yet. Her ears looks pretty dirty, her nails are pretty long and she appears to have some skin issues. She will […]
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.