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.)


Bubbles- 9 months old

Meet adorabley smooshy foster puppy, Bubbles! Bubbles has Hydrocephalus (water on the brain) and does have some unique needs. She is also deaf. She needs a home without stairs, as well as someone who is home more often than not. She is often mistaken for a miniature pig during feeding time and will need management during meals. She gets along well with her furry foster siblings and loves people of all sizes. She has difficulty with balance and gravity. But it doesn't slow her down! She is fully crate trained and never has accidents in the house. If you feel you can provide Bubbles with a fabulous home, please fill out an application down below. Her adoption fee is flexible.

Hurley- 1 year old

 Meet 1-year old Hurley!  We aren’t quite sure what this little pint sized smoosh face is mixed with. She is quite a low rider and weighs only about 35 pounds. Could she be mixed with a Jack Russell Terrier? A Dachshund? A magical unicorn? Whatever it is, it is adorable. She was surrendered to the shelter because her home situation changed and she started becoming a bit of a mean girl to the other pups in the home. We don’t have a history regarding children or cats.
Hurley was just spayed and is looking for an awesome family to help her learn some excellent doggie manners and stay out of The Plastics mean girls club. She is house and crate trained, up to date on vaccinations, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $150. Please fill out an application odown below to help her be the best smoosh she can be!