French Bulldog Last Chance Rescue

In the aftermath of Dakota, those of us who have been so incredibly frustrated by this entire situation are faced with a choice.

We can give up on rescue altogether, toss in the towel and let the dogs fare for themselves. We can decide that rescue is just too hard, too painful and too emotionally fraught. We can choose to walk away.

We can devolve into bickering, as many of us (myself included) have been doing for the last few days. We can become bitter, jaded, angry. We can point fingers, assign blame and watch as rescue in North America turns into a game of politics, more than an exercise in saving French Bulldog lives.

We can put our heads down, ignore it all, call for peace and cry that we should all just get along. We can cross our fingers and hope that there will be homes for the other Dakotas in the future, in spite of the fact that a lot of rescues are walking away from this situation deciding that the Dakotas of the world are just too much trouble.

Our we can choose another option altogether – to look for a solution, to work for a change.

From Charlotte Creeley (Founder, French Bulldog Rescue Network – FBRN, and French Bulldog Village – FBV) –

Following discussions with various French Bulldog rescue supporters and the pledge of a significant amount of funding, we have started a new North American (USA and Canada) French Bulldog rescue group, the French Bulldog Last Chance Rescue (FBLastChance). We do not intend or want to impede the efforts of the existing rescues, our target group is the temperamentally challenged French Bulldog. The… death of Dakota has brought into sharp focus the fact that, as few and far between as these dogs might be, they deserve our help too. If we believe that a French Bulldog can be rehabbed, we aim to give him or her that last chance.

We will be announcing our board of directors as soon as we have final confirmations. Right now, we are in the planning stages, and we welcome your input, your support, your expertise, and especially your willingness to open your home as a foster home for one of our dogs going forward.

If you are interesting in becoming a volunteer in any capacity, please join our email group at

No secrets, no politics. These dogs need our help.

6 replies
  1. Michelle Wynn Tippets
    Michelle Wynn Tippets says:

    If I had experience I would help in a nano second. I have been bitten by a Saint Bernard. So I have been on he receiving end, just don't know how to rehab. I can help in other ways, just let me know. THANK YOU!

  2. Katy Traver
    Katy Traver says:

    Willing to start support group for fosters/adopters and do public awareness / prevention. Located in the Omaha, NE area.


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