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French Bulldogs In Foster Care

Valentina in New York

August 12th, 2018|

Introducing…..Miss Valentina!!! She is 7 years young, spunky and quite the looker. She was surrendered by her former family due to V disliking their son. Her aggression towards the son progressed over 3 years and in that time, he was bitten 3-4 times. Her foster family is super excited to welcome Valentina into their home as this is their first foster. They are absolutely in love with her already! 

Per her previous family, Valentina suffers […]

Biscuit in Maryland

July 21st, 2018|

Please welcome Biscuit to FBV! He will be three in November and will be residing in Maryland until his forever home is found. He is just as sweet as can be! He does have some skin problems but his foster mom believes that lowering his stress and feeding a high quality grain free diet will help improve his skin issues and help his fur grow back.

His foster mom reports, “Biscuit is having no problems fitting […]

Ollie and The Village Welcome Moon!

July 20th, 2018|

Today the Village has grown by one more Frenchie…we welcome Moon!

The human Villagers are saying prayers and lighting candles…and whatever else they can do because Moon, little twelve week old Moon, is broken.

Our intake coordinator was contacted and told of an 11 week old Frenchie who had hydrocephalus and the family could not care for it.

Since Ollie is our spokesdog and has the same issues, we have a soft spot for the “hydro warriors.”

So […]

Chavo in New Hampshire

June 28th, 2018|

Please help give a warm welcome to FBV’s new foster, Chavo! This guy has had a tough life so far. He was a breeder for six years living in a crate, then was adopted and returned twice.  He has been known to snap at men and children and has some separation anxiety to work on. However, this tiny guy has been so sweet and chill in the short time he’s been with the Village.

His foster […]

Jet in Texas

May 31st, 2018|

Please welcome our newest foster boy, Jet! Jet was tearfully surrendered with his littermate, Rose. They were surrendered because together they were destroying their previous home. For this reason, FBV decided to separate them. Jet and Rose have both prospered since being separated in our care.

Jet is laying is head down in Texas, and as you can see from his pics, he has a beautiful set of pearly whites! His foster mom reports: “He […]

Griffin in Florida

May 19th, 2018|

Let’s give a warm FBV welcome to Griffin! Griffin is a 7 month old who was tearfully surrendered by his owners due to escalating medical expenses. Griffin suffers from significant gastrointestinal disease for which he is being evaluated and treated in his foster home. Per his foster mom: “Griffin is a very happy puppy who loves to cuddle and give kisses. He gets along great with my 3 dogs, even likes the cat. He […]

Bella in Virginia- Long-Term Medical Foster

April 20th, 2018|

UPDATE 6/22/2018:

An echocardiogram was performed on Bella and was remarkable for right ventricle turbulence with a diagnosis of Ventricular Septal Defect vs. Double Outlet Right Ventricle. A repeat echo is required to definitively diagnose her cardiac condition and will be completed in a couple months.

Bella has experienced setbacks with potty training. She was down to one accident on a pee pad per day, but suddenly stopped going outside and would only use the pee pads […]

Ozzie in Pennsylvania

February 26th, 2018|

Ozzie is a 2 1/2 year old French Bulldog rescued from a puppy mill. Ozzie was diagnosed with GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) and came to us from ARF (Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons). His bio from the shelter states he does not get along with other dogs and will need to be the only animal in the house. In the week his foster home has had him, he has not met a dog […]

Dexter in Pennsylvania- Long-Term Behavioral Foster

December 2nd, 2017|

UPDATE 6/22/2018:

Dexter is still demonstrating behavioral issues and will require much more time in foster care to address these issues. He has been starting to relax more in his foster home and has been minimally interacting with his foster dog siblings.

Dexter is still unpredictable in his behavior. He continues to be fearful in many situations and has shown some fear aggression. He also resource guards his foster mom. His foster family has been sure to […]

Tank in Florida

October 30th, 2017|

UPDATE 12/11/2017:

Since being taken in by the Village, Tank has been diagnosed with epilepsy. A holistic approach to treating his seizures is being attempted first before other treatment options are considered. Tank has not had surgery yet for his cherry eye and still needs to be neutered. Please keep this boy in your thoughts and stay tuned for more updates!

Please welcome Tank to the Village!!! Tank is an 8-month-old cutie who was surrendered to […]