British Bulldog Club of Victoria Inc Rescue Program
In 2009, the British Bulldog Club of Victoria [BBCVI] established a program to rescue and re-home British Bulldogs that have been lost, relinquished or whose owners can no longer care for them.
The Program aims to:
Accept British Bulldogs whose owners are no longer able to keep them and find responsible, safe, loving new homes for them.
Rehabilitate British Bulldogs by providing necessary medical treatment and training to increase the chances of successful placement.
Help reduce the population of unwanted pets by ensuring that all rescued British Bulldogs are de-sexed before they are placed in new homes.
Place British Bulldogs in the most suitable homes as soon as reasonably possible so that they can start new, happy lives as soon as possible.
Screen potential adopters before making decisions about the dogs’placement.
Inform prospective adopters about the care and needs of British Bulldog.
Please note that the BBCVI Rescue Program rescues only purebred British Bulldogs.
British Bulldogs become available for adoption rarely. One may become available within weeks, or it may be years. But your adopted British Bulldog will repay you with love for every minute of that wait.
Each dog is placed according to the type of home that is best suited to its own needs.
The rescue team works together to rescue, care for and arrange suitable new homes for British Bulldogs wherever this is possible.
If you have any questions, are interested in adopting a rescued a British Bulldog, or can offer practical assistance, please contact the Rescue Officer,
All enquires to be emailed to the club