Thank you for considering rescue!

We appreciate your interest in rescuing a bulldog. Please check this page for our current adoptable bulldogs, as well as dogs who may be on medical hold and not yet available for adoption. 

The first step is to fill out an application down below. Please note we very rarely get puppies into our rescue and the average age of our bulldogs is between 5-7 years old. Many of our rescues may have some kind of behavioral issue or medical issue. Many cannot be placed with small children. We do place outside of Utah, however, we do not transport any of our bullies and all adopters must come to us. The average time for placement can be anywhere from a few days to six months, depending on availability and fit. The more restrictions in place for a dog (young age, must be good with children, dogs, cats, etc.) the longer the wait will be.

If you have any questions, please call Susan at 801-750-0587 or send us an email. We thank you for considering adding a rescue bulldog to your family!

(For additional photos of our rescues, please check out  our Facebook page.)


Anchor- 9 years old

What better way to start off the weekend with 9 year old Anchor! Anchor may be an older gent but he still has moves like Jagger. He is active and loves to play ball and fetch. He has aspirations to be the next Peyton Manning! He doesn't have much doggie experience but we think he could learn to live with a furry roommate if given the right opportunity. He has not lived with small children and would probably do best in a mature home. He is crate and house trained but could use someone to help teach him all the canine basics like come, sit and fetch. Let’s help him find a warm, soft bed and a forever coach to help him perfect his game skills. To set up a speed date with him, please contact Susan at 801-750-0587 or fill out an application down below. His adoption fee is $150.

Dozer- 10-years old


Dozer is currently on medical hold, due to an eye ulcer.

Say hello to 10-year old Dozer! Dozer had a large mass on his belly and the biopsy reports it was benign! He’s a sweet, good natured, chubby boy who gets along with dogs and kids. But no body shaming here! He’s a giant big-boned love bug who could use a little bit of discipline in the diet department. He’d love an independent living center with a bunch of hoomans to spend out the rest of his golden years in. He does have some marking tendencies but that is an easy fix with some consistent house training and positive reinforcement. You CAN teach an old dog new tricks! Fill out an application if you would like to give Dozer his last retirement home! His adoption fee is $100.