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Alyse in Nevada- ADOPTION PENDING!!

June 24th, 2018|

Alyse is a beautiful, 4-year old Frenchie. She was abandoned on the side of a road in California. Fortunately for Alyse, a Good Samaritan witnessed her being abandoned and picked her up.  FBV was then contacted to take this sweet girl into our care. Volunteers stepped in and she was transported to her foster home in Nevada. She was seen by a vet immediately as she had an erupted cornea, which the vet said […]

Rose in Oklahoma- PENDING ADOPTION!

June 24th, 2018|

When this adorable Frenchton, Rose, was advertised with her brother, Jet, as French Bulldogs on Craigslist, they were purchased together. The purchaser bought them with the idea that her kids would care for the pups, but we all know that usually isn’t the case. Left uncrated in the house, these mischievous pups made messes, chewed furniture, and had a good ole time. When left outside, they dug out and were frolicking in the town. […]

Winston in Virginia— ADOPTED!

June 12th, 2018|

WINSTON ADOPTION UPDATE

We will be closing the application process for Winston. Winston has had a setback with his tummy issues and we do not feel at this time we can adopt him out until we get his tummy issues under control. We are starting a food trial to evaluate if his tummy issues are allergy based. If food trials do not work, we will need to do a biopsy for IBD. We never want […]

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 […]

Snort in California— ADOPTED!!

May 31st, 2018|

SNORT HAS BEEN ADOPTED!! French Bulldog Village is so excited for Snort and her wonderful new family! Good luck on your adventures together!

Snort is a beautiful, female Frenchie that is approximately 5 years old. She came into rescue after she was left at a vet’s office. She has been in foster care for a while so that her foster Momma can really nail down her behavior issues (luckily they are not that bad!).

She has […]

Charm in Tennessee- ADOPTED!

May 21st, 2018|

Charm is a beautiful, eight year old brindle pied. She was adopted from FBV but was returned to the Village due to housebreaking issues. Charm was originally part of the GA gang (10 Frenchies surrendered by one breeder in GA who could no longer care for her pups).

Charm has a very sensitive gastrointestinal system and requires special food and treats. She also has ongoing problems with excessive drinking and urinating. However, her urinalysis came […]

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 […]

Rozzie (aka Razzie) in Kentucky— ADOPTED!

May 4th, 2018|

Rozzie is a beautiful 3 year old, brindle Frenchie. She was surrendered by a family who felt that they no longer had time for her or enough space for her in their new place. The family decided that the best decision was to allow French Bulldog Village to find Rozzie a home that provides her with exactly what she needs to live a long, happy life.

Rozzie is housebroken and has no ongoing health issues. […]

June Bug has been ADOPTED!

April 21st, 2018|

It is with GREAT happiness that we announce that June Bug has been adopted by her foster family!  June Bug came into our care a few months back with some major separation anxiety.  She ate thru a metal crate just to get close to family!  Medically, June Bug had a large mass on her leg that ended up being positive for cancer. While we took the steps to remove the tumor, it is very […]

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 […]