Sadly we are unable to rehome American Bulldogs.
Old Tyme or Dorset Olde Tyme Bulldog
We are sorry but we are unable to rehome any of the Olde Tyme Breeds of Bulldog.
We are sorry but we are unable to rehome the Sussex Bulldog
We are sorry but we are unable to rehome the Victorian Bulldog.
We are sorry but we are unable to rehome Aylestone Bulldogs
Sadly we are unable to help rehome French Bulldogs. you need to contact the French Bulldog Welfare via http://www.frenchbulldogrescuegb.co.uk
English Bull Terrier:
Sadly we are unable to help rehome English Bull Terriers.
We must have one form for each dog. Please DO NOT put more than one dog on this form
Merle is not recognised by the Kennel Club due to inherant health issues that can be created by breeding with the Merle Gene. Therefore Bulldog Rescue are unable to take Merles.
Merles should NOT have kennel club papers and if they have it will be because either your dog has been falsley registered or it has been registered with a different registration body outside of the UK Kennel Club
YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO COMPLETE THIS FORM - SORRY
Please be aware that we may need to see UK KC registration documents
It is now law that all dogs rehomed must be microchipped at the point of rehoming. Please have your dog scanned for a chip as soon as you can and in the event there is definately no chip please have one inserted
Dogs from Bulldog Rescue must not be rehomed privately and must returned to the charity or be rehomed via them
Thank you, we will send your vet an email to confirm but it would also be helpful if you could contact them direct and let them know we may be in touch
Bulldog Rescue will not be held liable for any false information given. If the information you have provided turns out to not be accurate - especially with regard to aggressive behaviour towards people or undeclared medical information - we will contact you as it is imperative the information we use during the rehoming process is accurate.
PLEASE BE AWARE: If you knowingly withold a bite history you will be held liable under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
Ticking this box is a legally binding agreement confirming that you have not witheld any information which could cause problems for the new family
At the point the dog leaves his original family he becomes the property of Bulldog Rescue and Rehoming and remains the property of BDR until such time as the adoption process has been formally completed. This allows us the opportunity to act in the event that the new family do not treat the dog in the way they are expected or contracted to. Bulldog Rescue and Rehoming subsequently retain the right of first refusal on that dog for life and can remove the dog from any situation deemed unsuitable at any time. In order for this to occur legally the orginal family need to give up all legal rights to the dog once he has been rehomed and in order for us to be in a position to enforce this we do not allow any dog to be returned direct to the original family in the rare event that the placement fails.