Upcoming Events

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St. Pete Spring Pet Fling & Faerie Costume Contest

Date: 29 April 2017 10:00 to 15:00
Summary: Pet Adoptions, Live Muisic, Food & Pet Related Products
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Health Mutt Block Party

Date: 6 May 2017
Summary: Come Join FEBR at Health Mutt for their Block Party!
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FEBR Night at Twistee Treat

Date: 21 May 2017 17:00 to 21:00
Summary: Stop By A Participating Twistee Treat To Help FEBR!
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Featured Rescue

Available for Adoption

Adoption

If you are interested in adopting an English Bulldog from English Bulldog Rescue, please take a few moments and read through the following instructions.

If you are truly committed to adopting a rescued English Bulldog, you need to first submit a completed application. Completed means ALL blanks are filled in, lease agreements (if applicable) are attached, phone numbers double-checked and your writing is legible.

The Approval Process includes our volunteers contacting your references, performing a phone interview, as well as doing a home inspection. Our volunteers make every effort to do this in a timely fashion as possible. If you are approved, you will be notified and then your application is placed on our "Waiting List".

Depending upon which available rescued Bulldog will be the best match for you, the Waiting List part of the process can take up to 2 months...or longer in some cases. Please bear in mind our priority is ensuring these bulldogs are placed in the best possible forever homes. Also, just because a potential adopter has been on the Waiting List the longest, doesn't guarantee the next available bulldog is for him/her. (ie., if we have a young bulldog that doesn't like children....and you have children, we're not going to consider this bulldog for the match.) Likewise, if you are contacted about a potential bulldog, you are NOT committed to adopting it unless FEBR and you agree to the match.

Again, we recommend that if you are committed to adopting a bulldog in 2013 (even if you don't see one currently on our website that catches your heart), to please submit your application and get placed on the Waiting List.

We also understand that circumstances may change for you during the Waiting period. You may always send us an email to withdraw your application or to place it "on hold".