The French Bulldog Village is a rescue group comprised of people from all over the United States whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home French Bulldogs and French Bulldog mixes. As part of our mission, we work to advance awareness and knowledge of the responsible acquisition and ownership of the French Bulldog breed. We also serve as a resource to other rescue groups and private rescuers who are working to save French Bulldogs.
501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
THE BEGINNING OF FRENCH BULLDOG VILLAGE
In the early 2000s, Charlotte Creeley was imagining a new rescue. She wanted to keep it small so that it would be comfortable for those volunteering and not intimidating for those who had need of its services.
And so the French Bulldog Village was launched!
Rescues need funds and people sent money as they could, but there was not enough to really get the plans going.
At that time, a lady named Karen Krings contacted Charlotte as they had worked together before. Karen had a terminal illness and asked Charlotte to help her place her beloved Frenchie and English Bulldog. Charlotte got them both into good homes and when Karen passed, she left enough money to endow and fund the beginning of the Village.
Karen will always be remembered as the kind caring person some of us knew and a great part of the beginning of the French Bulldog Village.
The French Bulldog Village continues today with the same mission as back in the early 2000's...to help Frenchies and Frenchie mixes!