Bulldogs are very popular in Georgia, but their hereditary health issues also means that a number of them end up in shelters. The lucky ones find their way to Georgia English Bulldog Rescue, one of the finest rescues in the state that is devoted to this symbol of the state.
Because their health issues make them very expensive, they often wind up neglected and requiring extensive veterinary care. I would guess that Georgia English Bulldog Rescue likely has the highest cost per dog of any rescue group in the state. If you’d like to help GEBR care for these dogs, consider donating online, buying some Bulldog swag, or attending their next Bully Ball.
Becca is a three-year old English Bulldog who lost her home when her owners divorced. She likes dogs and children but she has never met a cat. She has always lived with another bulldog that was also surrendered. She may need to stay on a grain-free diet. Becca is available for adoption from Georgia English Bulldog Rescue.
Rockie came to Georgia English Bulldog Rescue as a result of his owners’ divorce. Rockie is four years old. He likes dogs and children but he has never met a cat. He has always lived with another bulldog that was also surrendered to GEBR. Rockie is currently in a foster home waiting for his permanent home and available for adoption from Georgia English Bulldog Rescue.
Jezebel and Tobey also lost their home due to their owners’ divorce.
Jezebel will be 9 years old in December and Tobey just turned 6 years old last week. They love each other! They are bonded and they will be staying together. They have lived with each other since Tobey was three months old. They do like other dogs too. They are not so sure about the cat in their foster home. They do like children. They are both smaller dogs; under 45 pounds.
They will be ready for adoption from Georgia English Bulldog Rescue once Tobey completes his heartworm treatment.
Finally, this is what happens when you strap a camera to one of GEBR’s rescued bulldogs.