Our Featured Las Vegas, NV Partner:
Las Vegas Bulldog Rescue
10128 Cypress Glen
Las Vegas, NV 89134
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life!
Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:
Las Vegas, Clark County, Pahrump, North Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson
WE are a Bulldog Rescue. We take in abandoned, sick, owner surrendered and stray bullies and rehabilitate them for new homes. We care for our ill bullies and provide veterianrian care, medications and surgeries as needed. All bullies are spay and nutured before being placed. Bullies with emotinal, psychological and behavioral problams are accessed and are provided with special training before being placed. We have some forster homes that provide this special help, they are our angels. Now that our Bully breed has become on the top 10 most popular dogs, we are seeing more and more of our bullies ending up in shelters. Many backyard breededs who do not know that they are doing....Breeding all for GREED without a thought of breeding for health. It is very sad. We need all the help we can get. Some bullies have come in so sick that sometimes nothing can be done to save its life. IGNORANT and HEARTLESS people in this world.
Come Meet our Pets:
We are active in many local pet adoption programs such as Petapalooza which is our biggest event of the year along with other events such as Bark at the Park, Howl and the Moon and our specialty show in October
Our Adoption Process:
We strictly follow BCARN rules and procedures. Adoption applications are checked and verified. Extensive home check s are done to insure our Bullies are going to a safe place. Adoptees must have knowledge of our Bulldog breed and know all health issues concerning the breed. Bullies are accessed and placed in homes that are acceptable to the pets temperament...ie...energetic bullies are usually placed in homes as the only pet so that the new owners can have the time to continue with training. Many dogs are required to go thru a pet traning program once they are adopted out.
Fees: Our feed vary from dog to dog. We ask for a donation fee that is set for each individual dog. For example is a dog has had extensive medical treatment, we may ask for $300-$400. A pet who is ill and may require treatment for the rest of its life....we will not ask for donation. An older dog....we may not ask for donation. A young dog with no medical problems, we may ask for a bit more. All depends on the dog and its issues.