Northern California Bulldog RescueA 501 c3 Non-Profit Organization Dedicated to Improving the Lives of Displaced English Bulldogs in the Northern California Area
Senior English Bulldog Lives Matter
Where do Senior Bulldogs go?
Ever wonder who cares for the seniors or unwanted bulldogs when a family no longer has time for the bulldog that has been a family member for a number of years?
There is no “social security” for Bulldogs after time served with families that turn them out as seniors. Bulldogs that were once someone’s special puppy and loved so much – often aren’t as loved as much when seniors or out lived their time with the family.
There is no “farm” or home for senior Bulldogs that are in their golden years. Don’t be fooled, there are no lines or list of ‘senior citizens’ waiting to take these bullies home for their little time left with us.
These senior Bulldogs depend on other people that take the time, to show concern and open their hearts for these Bulldogs that are no longer puppies – but just as adorable none the less.
The need for help with senior Bulldogs and unwanted bulldogs far-far out strip homes that can take them in or willing to accept them as part of their families.
Help is needed for seniors:
- Foster homes to care for them and not have them in kennels.
- Financial supporting can be as easy a making a planned pledge each month for a little as $5 a month, the price of one cup of coffee at a coffee house, less than lunch at a fast food restaurant and even less than a matinee ticket for a movie.
- Rethink your relationship with your bulldog. If you are going to consider giving up your senior, ‘rethink that’ choice. It is a choice when you got your bulldog and a choice when you give them up.
(Original post by Southern California Bulldog Rescue)
Bulldogs in Need
Adopt a Dog
NorCal Bulldog Rescue is in desperate need of foster homes!
**Especially in the greater Sacramento area**.
If you can help out, even if only for a short time, please contact us. The Bulldogs do not have to be integrated into your family of dogs, many of them need to be placed as only dogs so they need to be kept separate. If you have the ability to gate them off, this would be a tremendous help.
Please email for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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Next Tuesday’s (11/3/2015) release is a bittersweet one for us. We’re bringing back our Bulldogs and Barbells ‘Yukon’ edition to help raise more funds for Bulldog Rescue. We last did this a year ago after Yukon passed away. We’re bringing the design back this year to honor his brother ‘Bumble’ who passed away a few weeks ago. The Yukon release was designed to be a one time release. I made the decision to bring it back to honor my friend Bumble and his family along with raising more money for a good cause. Along with 2 colors of muscle tanks we will also have several colors of tees and a small run of raglans.
We expect items will go very quickly.
PAWS for SJACS
PAWS for SJACS is an all volunteer group. They work closely with San Jose Animal Care and Services and local rescues to help provide adoptable, homeless animals with non-routine medical care; additional aid is provided through specially funded PAWS for SJACS programs, such as spay/neuter, animal assistance projects, and community outreach.
PAWS for SJACS has graciously donated to Northern California Bulldog Rescue and assisted our rescue group over the years.
Thank you, PAWS for SJACS!
The Rex Center
The Rex Center is a Holistic Fitness Center for Dogs.
Located at: 1040 Palmetto Ave. Pacifica, CA 94044.
We offer canine aquatic services, holistic services, and workshops for you and your dog’s behavioral and physical well-being.
If your dog has a specific medical condition, we recommend you consult with your veterinarian before booking a swim at The Rex Center.