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Our Crowdrise Fundraiser has Begun!

November 23rd, 2017|

Hello Friends! This Thanksgiving and holiday season we hope you’ll save just a bit and share it with our foster Frenchies in need by donating to our Crowdrise fundraiser. Your donations could earn the French Bulldog Village additional incentives. It’s as easy as clicking HERE!

 

Devlin in Florida – ADOPTED!

November 15th, 2017|

Devlin, or “Roo” as his foster mom calls him, is one of the sweetest pups one will ever meet. His foster mom calls him Roo because he reminds her of a kangaroo. Devlin loves to cuddle up in people’s laps and be carried around in a dog carrier by his foster mom. Devlin is approximately 7 and a 1/2 months old and weighs 17 lbs. He was surrendered to the Village due to a […]

Alum Gem in his forever home!

November 13th, 2017|

Great! We have another alumnus from the Georgia 10 to bring to you. Gem is an older guy at the age of 9. Our lucky little boy, who has legs like a Boston Terrier, lives in Ware Neck, Virginia now. He was adopted July 28, 2017 by Whitney and Clayton and their Golden, Max. 
 
Gem is totally a Superstar! He has captured their hearts. The  good news about Gem is that he has gained muscle […]

Toby in his forever home!!

November 13th, 2017|

Today is Sunday, November 12, 2017 and we have one special alumnus to write about.  Toby was adopted from the FRENCH BULLDOG VILLAGE RESCUE in September 2014.

Toby is a happy, playful Frenchie from Omaha, Nebraska who is now living the ideal life in California.  His favorite thing to do is go on walks and play with his best friends, Baxter and Risa, a labradoodle and a lab mix.  He loves to run and chew […]

Alumnus Joey

November 13th, 2017|

Drum roll please!  We have another short story to bring you regarding one of our alumni.

This is about Joey in Virginia.  Joey was part of the Georgia 10 surrender.  He was born on January 14, 2008.  He was such a lucky boy.  He was fostered by Bev Williams and then adopted by her on June 21, 2017.

No one is ever a stranger to Joey.  He came to the Village with chronic ear infections and […]

Alumna Lexi

November 12th, 2017|

Our alumna of the day is Miss Lexi who lives in Virginia. Just a quick little rundown on how Lexi was living until The Village rescued her and she was then adopted by Jeff and Blake. Lexi was rescued by Crystal Hart, who found her on Craigslist. She called the person listed and went to see Lexi. She belonged to a backyard breeder. She had chronic ear infections for years which were left untreated […]

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 […]

Oprah in Tennessee – ADOPTED!

October 21st, 2017|

Oprah is a 9-year-old cutie pie who weighs only 19 lbs. She came into the care of French Bulldog Village when her elderly owner fell ill and was unable to take care of her any longer. Oprah is up-to-date on vaccines, spayed, and has no ongoing health issues. She is actually very healthy for her age!

She is very spunky and LOVES, LOVES, LOVES chasing balls (the bigger the ball, the better)! Oprah also loves […]

Penelope in Massachusetts- ADOPTED!

October 19th, 2017|

UPDATE:

Foster girl Penelope is doing wonderfully in her foster home! She will be spayed this month. Stay tuned for more updates!

Please give a BIG welcome to our newest foster girl, Penelope! Penelope was found wandering in the woods by two wonderful people. After a search for a family was a dead end, they contacted FBV to see if we were able to take her into our care! We are still evaluating her, but we […]

Baxter in North Carolina- ADOPTED!

October 9th, 2017|

UPDATE 1/22/2018:

Baxter was adopted by her foster family when the biopsy of the mass in her throat came back as cancer. The Village is very happy that she gets to stay in such a loving home!

UPDATE 12/1/2017:

Baxter had surgery to remove a growth on her lip and is doing very well. The vet also removed a bunch of her teeth and biopsied a nodule that was found in her throat.

UPDATE 10/17/2017:

Here is an update […]