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Rescue * Adopt * Rehab * Educate

Ensuring a Secure Haven for English & French Bulldogs and Facilitating Their Adoption Into Loving Families

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Bulldog Haven NW: Rescue & Adoption

Whether you are looking to add a Bulldog to your household, you know of a displaced Bulldog, or you are looking for a caring team to place your Bulldog - you have found the right organization. Bulldog Haven NW is a team of foster homes throughout the pacific northwest that welcome the dogs in our program into their homes while they receive the care they need. We are NOT a shelter, we DO NOT have a facility, and our dogs are spread across WA and the surrounding states, including BC. All our dogs are at the homes of our unpaid volunteers.

Looking to adopt? Please read through our website. All information you will need is right here. We have a very hard time addressing general inquiries, and we have laid out how our program works and how you can adopt one of our dogs right here so we can prioritize our time for the dogs in our care. Our dogs will always come first, and we know you understand, and this is one of the reasons you support what we do.

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Bulldog Haven NW is a rescue and adoption organization that provides a safe place for English and French Bulldogs, mental & physical rehabilitation, rehoming, breed-specific shelter assistance, and more.

Bulldog Haven NW was founded by a group of experienced Bulldog and Frenchie rescue people and owners from the Pacific Northwest region. All of our members are unpaid volunteers who love animals so much that they give their time to help the dogs and the cause. Whether a Bulldog finds itself at a shelter where they feel it has needs before placement, is found by someone in the community, goes missing from its home, a puppy mill is shut down, or an owner finds themselves facing the need to find their Bulldog help outside what they are able to give… this is where we can help.

Our team also consists of caring shelter staff who alert us of dogs who need our resources and care, Veterinarians and Veterinary Clinics who care for our dogs as if they were their only clients, Businesses who donate supplies and food for your foster dogs, and the public who donate to our program.

Federal Tax-Exempt Organization # 80-0916846

When adopting any dog who may have a difficult past, you need to let go of your pity and guilt before bringing the dog home. Instead, make the dog feel secure by providing the calm and balanced energy of a pack leader. This way, the dog can relax, knowing that you have things under control. - Cesar Millan

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