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French Bulldog Rescue

French Bulldog Rescue


Rescue French Bulldogs is the Official Dog Rescue for FrenchBulldog.com, Our website is dedicated to helping you contribute to rescuing French Bulldogs across United States and Canada. as 501 c3 non-profit organization established in 2020. Our priority is to love, care, and re-family French Bulldogs to forever homes. ​ Your donations help with food, medical attention, grooming, foster care, research, and our re-family process for rescues dogs. With your genoristy, Rescue French Bulldogs will be able to unite French Bulldogs with loving new families.


Feel Good Story

Rescue French Bulldogs took in three young puppies that needed urgent care and love. These babies were surrendered by a local breeder that could no longer give them proper care. After weeks of play time, care, food, grooming and deworming All three boys were adopted by a family.  Adopting a dog can be a very rewarding experience for both the dog and the adopter. When you adopt a dog, you are giving a homeless animal a second chance at a happy and healthy life. In addition to the emotional benefits of adopting a dog, there are also many practical benefits. 


French bulldogs can make wonderful pets, but it's important to carefully consider whether this breed is a good fit for your lifestyle before you adopt. French bulldogs are known for their playful and affectionate personalities, but they can also be stubborn and sensitive. Here are a few things to consider if you are thinking of adopting a French bulldog from a Dog Rescue.


Exercise needs: French bulldogs are a brachycephalic (short-faced) breed, which means they may have difficulty breathing and regulating their body temperature. 


Grooming: French bulldogs have a short, smooth coat that is easy to groom. They do shed, however, so you will need to brush them regularly to remove loose hair and prevent matting.

Training: French bulldogs are intelligent and can be easy to train with positive reinforcement techniques, but they can also be stubborn at times. Consistency and patience are key when training this breed.


Health concerns: Like all breeds, French bulldogs can be prone to certain health problems. These may include hip dysplasia, intervertebral disc disease, and eye problems. It's important to choose a reputable breeder who health tests their dogs to reduce the risk of these conditions.


Training: French bulldogs are intelligent and can be easy to train with positive reinforcement techniques, but they can also be stubborn at times. Consistency and patience are key when training this breed.


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