French Bulldog Rescue Colorado: Updated List for 2022
Alex Vicente • Updated on April 2, 2022 • [rt_reading_time postfix=”minute”] read
If you’re looking to find a Frenchie Rescue in Colorado you’re in the right place.
Frenchies have been increasing in popularity over the past few years and according to the American Kennel Club (AKC) they are ranked as the #2 breed in America (1). For this reason, the umber of abandoned puppies and adult french bulldogs has also increased. Rescues and shelters are always looking for loving families to adopt frenchies.
Before you check the rescue centers below, please make sure you’re aware of how big a responsibility is to foster or adopt a dog, particularly French Bulldogs.
You need to know they may have pre-existing medical conditions and may need to be followed by a vet periodically.
You should also be aware that animal cruelty is a punishable crime.
If you plan to rescue a french bulldog, you should also know about the best harnesses for french bulldogs.
The rescue centers below are presented in no particular order.
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Rocky Mountain French Bulldog Rescue
Rocky Mountain French Bulldog Rescue is a non-profit organization based in Boulder, Colorado that rehabilitates and rescues french bulldogs that have been surrendered due to medical or behavioral issues. It receives french bulldogs from all over the country, and since May 2014 has aided in the rescue of around 150 bulldogs.
Rocky Mountain French Bulldog Rescue is a foster-based organization, given the fact that they do not have a facility. This means that the frenchies are fostered in loving volunteer homes until rehabilitation is established, RMFBR believes that every dog deserves to be loved and cared for until they find their forever home.
Colorado Puppy Rescue
Colorado Puppy Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to the rescue of young puppies. CPR nurtures and cares for their dogs while looking for their perfect new home.
They adopt exclusively out of the Hopeful Hound adoption center in Aurora, just outside of Denver, and work side by side with trainers to provide a positive adoption experience.
Colorado Puppy Rescue has rescued and placed over 16,000 puppies with loving homes thanks to the generosity of the community, and could not have done it without the support of its loyal volunteers and adopters, for whom they will be eternally grateful.
Douglas County Canine Rescue
Douglas County Canine Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, based in Colorado. Their life’s mission is to rescue dogs and cats from kill shelters and care for them until they find their perfect forever home.
The Douglas County group relies solely on the generosity of other animal lovers that open up their hearts and homes, to ensure that all the orphan animals may live safe lives in loving environments while awaiting adoption.
Colorado Animal Rescue
Colorado Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization based in Glenwood Springs, that provides for the needs and safety of all animals through shelter care as well as education about responsible pet ownership.
CAR works hard to place dogs into loving homes while promoting population control through spaying/neutering programs so that there will be fewer homeless animal companions next time around.
They are also members of the Socially Conscious Sheltering community. Click here to learn more about Socially Conscious Sheltering.
Farfel’s Farm & Rescue
Farfel’s Farm & Rescue was formed on the belief that every dog deserves a loving home and the opportunity to live a happy life.
When Farfel’s Farm first opened in 2005, it was obvious that they would need the help of a rescue organization to help animals in distress. That’s when Farfel’s Rescue became a significant component of the business in 2011, with the mission of saving lives and delivering high-quality solutions for all of the dog’s needs.
All Aboard Animal Rescue
All Aboard Animal Rescue is determined to give every animal in their care the best life possible. They never discriminate against pets and will put your four-legged pal on a love train as soon as you need one!
According to AAR’s mission statement, they seek to “enhance the quality,” which implies improving not just physical health but also mental welfare – because it takes two people (or more) to ensure that these fur babies enjoy happy lives with families who can give them everything they deserve: TLC and time away from the shelter cages.
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