Scam Alert: Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network does not ship Bulldogs anywhere, for any reason. We only facilitate adoptions in the USA.


Foster a bulldogFoster families are the heart of Bulldog Rescue. The foster family takes a Rescue Bulldog into their home, feeds, cares for, observes and loves the Rescue Bulldog as part of their family. Often the foster family cares for the Rescue Bulldog after surgery such as spaying and neutering. Some foster Rescue Bulldogs require additional care such as medicated baths, eye drops, ear flushing, etc. The Rescue Group pays for veterinarian care. The foster family generally pays for food. Some foster families help transport the Rescue Bulldog to veterinarian appointments. The foster family helps determine what type of long-term home would be the best fit for the Rescue Bulldog.

How do I become a Foster Home?

First step is to fill out the Foster Application. We will retain your information on file and when we have a Rescue Bulldog in your area that needs a foster home that matches your situation a Bulldog Rescue Volunteer will contact you. As part of the Foster Home application process Bulldog Rescue Volunteers will conduct a phone interview with you, check references and visit your home for an on-site home check visit before placing a Rescue Bulldog in your home for fostering. When you are selected as a Foster home you will need to fill out and sign the Foster Agreement and the Volunteer Hold Harmless and Confidentiality Agreement for the Bulldog.


I have been fostering a Rescue Bulldog and I love him. Can I adopt him?

Check with your Bulldog Rescue Volunteer! Usually Foster Families can adopt the Rescue Bulldog they are fostering.

Fostering is a great way to find out if a Bulldog is the right fit for you and your family!


You can make a difference in the life of a Bulldog in need!

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