3/24/15: Please welcome Pinkie! Pinkie was picked up as a stray and brought to a vet clinic in AL. She did not have a microchip and attempt at finding her owners was not successful. The vet clinic called us to help. Thank you Jackie and Scott for getting her here safely. She is at Dr Rush’s […]
3/23/2015: Please welcome Miles! Miles is a breeder surrender from Elgin, SC. Miles was born 2/3/2015. Miles breeder believed that he was a swimmer and prolapsed rectum. Miles is not current with his vaccinations. Miles was seen today by Martinez Animal hospital. Dr. Brown stated that both of Miles rear legs knees are turned in […]
3/21/15: Please welcome Magnolia! Magnolia was surrendered to us by her owner because she was no longer able to care for her. She is tending to a sick family member and she knew Magnolia deserved better. She is already spayed and up to date on her vaccinations. She is a bit overweight but otherwise healthy. […]
3/12/15: Please welcome Peg! Peg was taken into care by Effingham County Animal Control Shelter due to Sheriff office involvement and had to seize Peg from a fake rescue that neglected to care for her medical needs. Peg is approximately 6 years old the vet believes. Peg was seen by Martinez Animal Hosptial today. Peg […]
2/21/15: Please welcome Pearl! Aubee, now Pearl found herself in a Metro Atlanta animal control at the beginning of February. We attempted to rescue her at that time but our calls fell on deaf ears. Instead she was adopted to someone “who always wanted a bulldog” but didn’t do their research and weren’t prepared. To […]
2/19/15: Please welcome Winnie! Winnie was surrendered to the Charleston Animal Society because her family stated they could no longer care for her. Winnie is an Olde English Bulldog and weighs about 66lbs. Winnie is spayed, current on vaccines, and heartworm negative. Her right eye was removed. Winnie did come into rescue with many medical needs […]
2/18/15: Please welcome Val! Val was recently sold by her breeder to another breeder and vet. But it was quickly discovered that she had some “leaky lady parts”. With the help of the breeder the owners surrendered her to GEBR for testing and treatment. She flew from Illinois to Georgia with a pet nanny to join our […]
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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.