Upcoming Events

St. Pete Pride

Date: 25 June 2017 11:00 to 18:00
Summary: This is a fundrasing event for FEBR during St. Pete Pride! There will be no dogs in attendance.
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FEBR MEET & GREET AT Pookie's in Orlando

Date: 22 July 2017 10:30 to 13:00
Summary: Join FEBR at Pookie's Pet Nutrition & Bow Wow Bakery for a meet and greet
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Bulldog Burlesque

Date: 23 September 2017
Summary: FEBR's Inaugural Bulldog Beauty Pageant, Presented by APG
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Featured Rescue

Available for Adoption

Why not consider adopting a senior?

Everybody Loves Puppies!!

However, senior dogs are usually the first to be euthanized at shelters. The average age of bulldogs in rescue is 5 yrs old!

Why not consider adopting a senior?

Take a walk through your local shelter and you will see a sad sight. Row after row of senior pets actually dumped there by their owners. Chances of them getting adopted are very slim. In fact, we have actually witnessed people surrendering their senior pets and then walking out of the same shelter with a newly adopted puppy.

Imagine the sadness and confusion that senior pet goes through. We hope through our rescue program that some of these forgotten souls will find loving homes.

Maybe you are reluctant to adopt a senior dog because you fear that your time with your new best friend will be short, bringing that painful time of loss closer. But the privilege of loving a senior dog makes every single day special, as you and your companion share love, friendship, and a special relationship that grows stronger with the knowledge that you have given this old dog a second chance at life. The love that grows from this knowledge is stronger than the pain of eventual separation.

Your decision to adopt a senior pet will be rewarded with unconditional love and devotion.