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Bulldogrescueofutah

Thank you for considering rescue!

We appreciate your interest in rescuing a bulldog. Please check this page for our current adoptable bulldogs, as well as dogs who may be on medical hold and not yet available for adoption. 

The first step is to fill out an application down below. Please note we very rarely get puppies into our rescue and the average age of our bulldogs is between 5-7 years old. Many of our rescues may have some kind of behavioral issue or medical issue. Many cannot be placed with small children. We do place outside of Utah, however, we do not transport any of our bullies and all adopters must come to us. The average time for placement can be anywhere from a few days to six months, depending on availability and fit. The more restrictions in place for a dog (young age, must be good with children, dogs, cats, etc.) the longer the wait will be.

If you have any questions, please call Susan at 801-750-0587 or send us an email. We thank you for considering adding a rescue bulldog to your family!


(For additional photos of our rescues, please check out  our Facebook page.)

Bulldogrescueofutah

Mercury- 4 years old (Currently On Hold)


Meet Mercury! Mercury is 4-years young and was surrendered for being a bit too playful and energetic for the young children in the home. Mercury is a confident, athletic teenager and defies the fatty bulldog stereotype. He loves walks and a good game of fetch while strutting his hard, chiseled abs. He will need to go to a home who can provide him good structure to help him be the very best boy he can be.

Mercury is very, very smart and eager to learn. He has received extensive training and with consistent discipline and guidance he can easily pick up commands and would make a great sidekick. He loves spending time with large humans but would rather be homeschooled one on one in a class with no other pups. And like the typical teenager, you can often catch him sleeping in until 1 pm and eating all the Cheetos in the house. He has no problems resting when it's time to go to bed and enjoys some good downtime.



Mercury is a happy, fun boy and would do great in a home who can provide him lots of attention and structure. He is a great dog who would make someone an awesome companion. He is looking for a mature household with older, dog savvy kids, 13+, without other animals. He is house and crate trained and neutered. He is healthy and has been fed very good quality food. His adoption fee is $300. Want to meet this dreamboat? Fill out an application down below. 

  

Lucy- 2 years old

Say hello to fashionista and Royal watcher, 2-year old Lucy! Lucy was pretty sick when she went to live with her foster mom. She was having a hard time keeping down food and her health was declining. Lucy had talked about losing a few el-bees to fit into her summer bikini, but not like this! After seeing a vet it was determined she has something called Megaesophagus. She heard of MegaShark so she thought she was extra special and cool. Which she is! But unlike MegaShark, her esophagus doesn't constrict properly and she was regurgitating her food.

The good news is Lucy's Megaesophagus seems to be on the mild side. Her foster mom mixes her canned food into little meatballs and she eats on an elevated step. Easy peasy! Sometimes she needs to be burped like a baby but she wants to keep that on the down low so her friends don't hear about it. She's now able to enjoy eating and keeping it down and is MegaProud of her progress. She's even been caught reading Food & Wine magazine to see what the latest foodie trends are.

Lucy is such a cuddle bug. She'd be more than content laying with her head in your lap all day! She doesn't pay much interest in kitties, even when they tease her. She loves kids and is very gentle. She is an angel on a leash and enjoys naps in her kennel. She doesn't much like sharing her space with her current doggy roommate. She would do best as an only dog but could do okay with the right dog and owner. Now that she has her energy back she isn't a pushover anymore and doesn't want to share her stuff with her doggy foster brother. She will need extra care with eating and drinking, but she is catching on quick with her routine and how to keep from regurgitating.

Lucy is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and housetrained. If you think you can provide a MegaAwesome home for Lucy please fill out an application down below. Her adoption fee is flexible.



Chloe- 7 years old


Move over Kylie Jenner, new adoptable rescue Chloe has just been voted as Most Photogenic by her peers! Chloe is 7-years old and came into rescue due to a divorce. Chloe may be a woman of a certain age but she is aging very gracefully. She's decided to embrace her wrinkles and double (or triple) chin and let nature take it's course. No Botox or neck lifts in her future! 

Chloe prefers to have adult conversations and does not enjoy being around children. Kids make her nervous and interfere with her late-night TV watching schedule. She will need to go to an adult-only home. She also doesn't really care for other dogs or have much experience with them. She's not always been treated the best by the humans in her life and takes a while to warm up and trust new people. She's not the type to spill her whole life story to her coworkers the first day on a new job. But she's been opening up and becoming more comfortable with strangers . She might be an extroverted bully underneath all those introverted wrinkles! 


Chloe loves following the Humans of New York Instagram account, listening to Drake, and trying Hello Fresh meal boxes. She may be a Basic Bully but she is proud of it! Chloe will be spayed on Wednesday and is up to date on vaccinations. She appears to be healthy and overall in good condition. She is also house and crate trained. Her adoption fee is $300. If you have a child and dog-free home where she can be doted on, please fill out an application down below to meet her!

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Dwayne- 7 years old

Say hello to new VERY beefy rescue, Dwayne! Dwayne is 7-years old and was surrendered due to a change in family circumstances. We aren't going to sugarcoat it. Dwayne is a fatty. He was surrendered at over 95 pounds, and at least 25 pounds overweight. He makes Chris Farley look like a slender ballerina and could be mistaken for an elephant seal. He is a big boned boy in general and 70 pounds would probably be his ideal weight.
We are helping Dwayne go from fat to swole and so far he's lost about 8 pounds. The good news is he loves going on walks, which is helping to keep the weight off. He is also on thyroid medication and a special kidney diet to help keep his kidneys healthy and happy, even though there are no signs of kidney failure. He can transition to regular diet food in the next few months. Like most of us, Dwayne is in a serious relationship with carbs and could probably benefit from a Keto diet.

Dwayne is a really funny, goofy, lovable oaf. Despite his extra bulk he appears pretty healthy otherwise. He did have palate surgery when he was 9 months old, and could possibly benefit from another one in the future. He really loves being around people but due to his large girth, needs to go to a home with older, sturdy teenagers, 13+. He could easily knock down small kids. Or a semi-truck. He's pretty selective about his furry canine friends. If he's hangry he doesn't seem to care for them, but other times he ignores them. Given his size it would be best for him to go to a home without other pups in the event he has a "side-eye gone wrong" moment.

Dwayne is crate and house trained but he definitely prefers to be out and about wherever people are. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and microchipped. Dwayne loves watching movies with his hero, The Rock, surfing reddit memes, and eating competitions (spoiler alert: he always wins.)

If you think you have what it takes to keep up a good exercise routine for Dwayne and he'd be a great fit for your family, please fill out an application down below. His adoption fee is $350.



Zeus- 18-Months Old

Zeus is a BIG, goofy boy, just 18 months old, so still quite a puppy in his behavior. He is said to be an Olde English Bulldogs, but may have some other breed as well. Par for the course for an Olde English Bulldogge, he is very active and high energy--but with a very sweet temperament. 
He has successfully spent time at a day care facility, only running into trouble when things get really rowdy, and then he plays too hard.
He appears to be house-trained, does well in a crate, pays no attention to cats, but in a different setting that could be a different result. 
He is normally very quiet, but will bark when someone approaches his yard.


His size --74 lbs--may be a problem for small children, but he is very gentle, and aware of his people. 


He is vaccinated, neutered, and on no special diet. He will need someone that can spend active time with him--he likes to run down a large ball, would probably make an excellent running partner--and maybe just the slightest bit of work on leash manners.

If you are interested in learning more about him, or to set up a speed date, contact Susan at 801-750-0587. His adoption fee is flexible. 



Rose- 7 years old


Would a Bulldog by any other name smell as sweet as...Rose? Meet 7-year old adoptable Rose! And while she does smell pretty sweet, she is still a Bulldog, after all, with the occasional unladylike smells. (Your secrets are safe with us, and the Internet, Rose!) Rose was surrendered to us when her family didn't have as much time to spend with her as they would have liked. In typical old granny bulldog fashion, she does have some squeaks and creaks in her bones and would do best in a home with little or no stairs.

Metabolism hasn't quite been on Rose's side and she is not as svelte at 7 as she was at 2. Late night cookie deliveries are too darn good to pass up! She is on special diet food and will need to lose a few more pounds to help her stay healthy. Rose loves children and would love to have a gaggle of kids to watch over. She is a bit of a crotchety old lady when it comes to other dogs and likes to take it slow when meeting new canines. But she is learning her furry foster siblings aren't so bad and could live life with another pup with proper, slow introductions.

Rose is fully crate trained and can use the doggy door. She will need supplements to help her with her old lady joints. Rose's hobbies include pinning home decorating tips to her Pinterest board, watching The Great British Bakeoff, and making duckface selfies for her Instagram page (#notsponsored). She is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. Her adoption fee is $300. Want to bring this lovely lady into your home? Fill out an application down below!

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