It’s with a heavy heart that we share the sad news of Brooklyn passing. Former critical care foster Brooklyn, adopted by our amazing critical care foster volunteer Gary Howard and his boys, passed peacefully at home on March 1, 2017 at 1:45pm. Not long ago, Brooklyn was diagnosed with an inoperable brain stem tumor. Please hold Gary and his boys in your hearts and send sweet Brooklyn love from across the bridge. If you are […]
It is with great sadness that we learned of Beef’s passing. We send our love and deepest sympathies to his family.
Here is the email that we received from his forever mom:
“Beef was rescued from the Village in 2009; we had only 7 ½ years with him. He, like so many other Frenchies, had horrible environmental and food allergies. When I saw his big smile and his floppy ears (from total ear canal ablations) my heart filled […]
Bella was adopted by Elizabeth from the FRENCH BULLDOG VILLAGE in 2009.
Bella was an owner surrender to the village in 2009, at about 7 years young. She came from Savannah with severe allergies and hardly any fur. Her forever Mom Elizabeth fixed all that up. Bella was a riot and had so much personality. Her toys had to be in a certain place. If you put one in Bella’s crate she would get […]
FBV Alum Rudi has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. We send much love and our condolences to his devoted family.
Here is a tribute to Rudi from his forever mom:
“I am so sorry to have to share sad news but we lost our precious Rudi on January 14. He fought a valiant fight against cancer and is a perfect example of how to fight like a Frenchie.
He was the light of our home, our little guy […]
Denise Belair writes:
It is so sad to share that I lost my beloved Peanut the morning of May 15th. I helped her cross the Rainbow Bridge peacefully in my arms.
It has been my honor and pleasure to be chosen to nourish this beautiful soul since driving to Buffalo to adopt her from the Village on October 2, 2010.
I had watched the French Bulldog Rescues for a long time waiting for the “right” dog. “Princess […]
It is with a heavy heart that we must report the loss of another FBV alumni, Rina. Rina crossed the Rainbow Bridge after a long standing battle with a respiratory issue possibly related to cancer. Rina’s forever family adopted her in 2011 and are so thankful for the opportunity to have had such a beautiful girl as a part of their family. Rina was such a gentle girl who loved to roll over […]
The Village has some very sad news to share. Our sweet, precious Lacey crossed the Rainbow Bridge on January 22nd. Her cancer was spreading and she was slowly losing the use of her front legs. She passed away peacefully with her devoted foster mother by her side.
As many may remember, this beautiful girl was found paralyzed and emaciated in a ditch. Her physical condition at the time indicated that she […]
My husband, Steve, and I are so sorry to inform you that our handsome young gentleman, Rocky, took his trip across the Rainbow Bridge yesterday around noon.
I drove off from Baltimore to Indiana almost 5 years ago to pick Rocky up from his foster mom, Marlene. I picked up Rocky’s Grandpa in Western PA, and we made our way through Ohio and on to Indiana, so excited to finally meet this handsome guy in […]
We received an email today from Maggie Pie’s forever home, letting us know that she has crossed over to the Rainbow Bridge. Maggie was one of the EC-12 girls. The EC-12 were former breeding dogs that were surrendered to the Village. They had lived their lives confined to crates and so when they came to us – they had never walked in the sunshine or rolled in the grass before. We are so thankful to […]
Our hearts are heavy to learn that FBV Alumni Brando, crossed the Rainbow Bridge on September 5th. Here is the memorial that his wonderful forever home sent to us.
“He was born on November 6, 2006. He went over the rainbow on September 5, 2014. Peacefully in my arms.
It was obvious from the start that he was loved and cared for by his original parents. He was loving, calm, gentle, smart and knew many commands. […]