My name is Bruno!

French Bulldog Puppy for adoption in Alden, New York - Bruno
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Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Bruno

  • Breed: French Bulldog
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 02170
Bruno is a 9 yr old French Bulldog with special needs. He was surrendered to us with his 9 yr old puggle brother because their elderly owner had passed away. Like his brother, Bruno is sweet and docile. However, Bruno had disc surgery when he was 2 yrs old, and it has resulted in some mobility problems and occasional incontinence. Additionally Bruno has had ongoing issues related to his weight and diet. He currently is on special food and supplements which help him maintain his weight. Despite these limitations, Bruno has shown nothing but resilience. He loves to go outside and have his belly rubbed. He is intelligent and observant and able to adapt to his limitations. And Bruno has the most beautiful eyes. They are absolute pools of love. If you can offer our special Bruno a special home you will be rewarded immensely . ** Read more below**: p> Introducing Bruno!  Yes, we know, a FRENCHIE!  He's the cutest senior guy at 9 years of age.  Bruno came to us via surrender.  We were told " he had back surgery when he was 2 and he wobbles a bit, but otherwise he's perfectly fine." Sadly, Bruno is FAR from "fine".  He's not even slightly "ok".  Bruno upon arrival to his foster parent was emaciated (as shown) and had nearly no use of his back legs.  He just dragged them along.  He was/is also incontinent of poop and urine, especially while asleep, so he is now a diaper kid. We suspect Bruno has severe IBD causing his significant weight loss.  (We are happy to report that with a very special diet, he has gained 2 lbs.  However, it's extremely slow and nowhere near his ideal weight of approximately 30 lbs.) The rescue obtained a cart for Bruno, but it is not customized and he doesn't like it.  Bruno is a determined little guy and is impressively gaining strength in his hind legs due to his foster mom letting him "run free" in her yard for exercise. Yay!  So, Bruno is on medical hold while we continue to get diagnostics done and tweak his diet as needed.  Bruno's diet, supplements food, and vetting is very costly.  If you'd like to help get him everything he needs, we have posted an Amazon "wish list" for anyone to browse and shop. While he's not yet available for adoption, applications for our available dogs are welcome any time.  We'll keep everyone updated as we learn more about sweet Bruno.

Bruno is being fostered in Rochester

Bruno's adoption donation is $200.00

About Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue is a non-profit incorporation that is funded and operated with a handful of very dedicated volunteers. In an effort to cover our vet bills and such, we ask for an adoption fee/donation for all of the pets that are adopted through our program. This fee ranges between $100 and $300 depending on the age and health of the dog being adopted.

Each of our adoption applications are scrutinized to determine whether or not we currently have a dog in foster that matches with a given application. If we do not have a match, we will NOT contact you. Each time we have a dog that is ready for adoption, we again screen all applicants and search for a match. When we do hit upon a match, you will either get a phone call or an email from one of our volunteers. Please be patient if you do not hear from us for a while! We do not forget about any of our applicants and you will remain in the queue until such time that we contact you to ask if you still want to remain on record, or we find you a match.

Once we have matched a dog with an applicant, we ask the applicant to review said dog on our website. If the interest is there, we would give the applicant the foster family's phone number to call and ask more questions about the dog. At this point, we set up a home visit and begin contacting references.

If everything works out, we then set up a time for the adopter to come to the foster's home for the adoption to take place. We frown upon allowing potential adopters 'visit' with a dog prior to making up their mind if they want to adopt it or not. An adopter should be able to gather enough information to know whether or not they are interested without actually meeting the dog. IF upon going to the foster family's home for the adoption, the adopter does not feel comfortable with the dog, the adoption will be cancelled at that time and the potential adopter will be dropped from our pending adoptions listings.

You may be asking yourself why we do not allow visits prior to adoptions, but the reason is quite simply because we are all volunteers and we do not have the ability to show a dog as if we were selling a car or other usable item. Our adoptions work very much like the adopting of a child and we appreciate your ability and patience for recognizing that.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Buffalo Adoption Center
3111 Delaware Ave, Buffalo

Rochester Adoption Center
226 West Commercial, East Rochester

Our Adoption Process...

Buffalo Pug and Small Breed Rescue (BP&SBR) dogs are placed into adoptive homes within 200 miles of Buffalo, NY. If you are not in this area and are looking to adopt, we recommend that you visit to locate a rescue in your area.
A non-refundable adoption donation is required and a legally binding Adoption Agreement must be signed at the time a dog is placed. The adoption donation varies and is included in the dog.s description on the website as well as in the Adoption Agreement. Adoption donations are not negotiable and payment must be made in full prior to or at the time of placement of the dog.
All potential homes must complete our adoption process and must agree to abide by the terms of the adoption agreement. A copy of the adoption agreement will be provided to potential adopters upon request.
Applicants must provide veterinary and personal references and contact veterinary facilities to authorize release of their records to a BP&SBR representative upon request.
Applicants who rent their homes must verify that they are permitted to have a dog and provide a landlord contact number on the adoption application. Landlords will be contacted in every case . no exception.
The primary adopter must be at least 21 years old.
We are solely committed to the dogs accepted into the rescue. We want to find them loving, permanent homes and go to great lengths to place the right dog into the right family. We reserve the right to decline any adoption based on what we feel is in the best interest of the dog.
Upon adoption, copies of all available records will be provided to the adopter. All animals are spayed or neutered before adoption or, in the case of puppies under 6 months of age, must be spayed or neutered by an agreed upon date. Dogs are current on vaccinations, tested for heartworm, and during the months of April . November, will be on a heartworm preventative medication. A second heartworm test must be performed following adoption.
Prior to approval of any adopter, a home visit by a BP&SBR volunteer is mandatory. We do not ship or deliver dogs and there is NO exception to this rule.
We do our best to accurately assess each of our dogs; however, BP&SBR carries no warranty of any kind, express or implied.