French Bulldog puppies and dogs in Connecticut

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Below are our newest added French Bulldogs available for adoption in Connecticut. To see more adoptable French Bulldogs in Connecticut, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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French Bulldog

Male, Adult
Voluntown, CT
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Not good with kids, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained,
Very anxious boy needs someone familiar with an anxious dog. Spike if 5 years old. We adopted spike about 3 years ago, with a household of 2 cats and a dog prior, he was great with them all off the rip. We moved into a log cabin in the middle of the woods since and he as become more and more anxious and aggressive towards our cats and now our older girl. He is a huge cuddle bug and we love him to bits however the tension in the house has gotten to our breaking point. He was crated most of his life before we adopted him and has worked with an at home trainer. He is very reactive towards children since before we got him. So absolutely no kids. He would thrive being the only pet in a house hold as he demands all the attention and can be reactive towards cats now. He is a huge baby and cuddle bug but he has his anxiety tics with seeing other animals, or loud sudden noises. Crate trained. House broken. Up to date on shots, last vet visit 3/25/24.


French Bulldog/Boston Terrier

Male, 1 yr 2 mos
Norwich, CT
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with kids, Good with cats, House-trained,
This cute fella is a year old French Bulldog/ Boston Terrier mix. Don’t ask me what his story is…. I don’t know except to say he was surrendered by his owner to a shelter in west TN. I was told he could have an attitude but I didn’t know if it was with people or dogs or what. After introducing to him to around 15 dogs of all sizes, I can comfortably say his attitude problem is not with other dogs. He seems to love ladies and is very affectionate but so far is somewhat leery of men.Adoption Fee: LOCAL=$300 Transport to Great Lakes & New England areas=$600Adoption fee Includes Age-Appropriate Vaccinations (DA2PPV, Bordetella, Rabies), Deworming, Spay/Neuter, Microchip, Flea, Tick and Heartworm Prevention, and Sheltering. Adult Dogs are Heartworm Tested and Treated as Needed. Thank You for Your Interest in Adopting a Canine Companion from!LOCATED IN CROSSVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN. WE CAN TRANSPORT OUT OF STATE, Visit out website for a full list of adoptable pets…
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Gypsy Rose

French Bulldog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Female, 3 mos
Glastonbury, CT
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Meet Gypsy Rose Adoption Application - Copy & Paste Adoption Fee: $449 Gypsy Rose, a darling little bulldog mix, is ready to charm her way into your heart! Found running down the road in the middle of nowhere Alabama, this sweet pup's journey to safety began when a good Samaritan scooped her up and called for help. Despite her uncertain start, Gypsy Rose is overflowing with love and affection, making her the perfect additional to any loving home. With her cute face and wagging tail, she's sure to bring joy and laughter where she goes. As a puppy, Gypsy Rose has a world of love and learning ahead of her. With proper training and guidance, she'll blossom into a loyal companion who will fill your days with endless cuddles and companionship. If you're ready to open your heart and home to a deserving pup who's ready to love you unconditionally, Gypsy Rose is waiting to meet you. Here's the adoption application, please copy & paste. **To see all of our pets available for adoption, please copy this link. Paws of Dixie Animal Rescue adopts in the New England area. Our adoption fee includes the spay/neuter, up to date shots, Microchip, Alabama Health Certificate, and the transport service to get the new family pet to you. The pets are delivered by a licensed transporter. COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER INQUIRIES. If you are interested in adopting, the FIRST step is to complete an application. Please be advised that our volunteers are busy rescuing, transporting, and caring for our animals. We will respond to your application as soon as possible. Upon review of your application, the rescue in AL will contact you, so you can ask any specific questions that you may have. NOTE: All Paws of Dixie animals are located in AL foster homes. They will be transported north after adoption. If there is more than one decision maker in the home, all of them should be in agreement. We DO NOT adopt to anyone under the age of 21
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French Bulldog/Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 2 yrs 2 mos
Wethersfield, CT
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained,
Name: Franklin Nicknames: Big Goon. Stinky Boy. Breed: French Bulldog mix Age: ~2 years Weight: 36 lbs. Before OMD: Found as a stray and did his hold at the city shelter. We were able to bring Franklin into rescue when a foster opened up his home. Energy level: Medium. Loves to play, but will also cuddle up through any binge-worthy series…or commercial, really. Key descriptors: Happy. Affectionate. Friendly. Stubborn. Gorgeous. What we love most: His giant head and beautiful coat. The way his bottom teeth stick out. How you just look at him and his nub starts wagging. His love for every person he has ever met. The way he often rolls on his back – gator style. What he loves most: Toys. Treats. Nylabones. Cuddling with his human. Car rides. Going for walks. You should know: If you are a multi-dog household, he is not the boy for you. He prefers to be the only fur-buddy and does not want to compete for affection or share his space. He also has opinions and is vocal about being alone and being crated, so apartment/condo living isn’t ideal. What he knows: hmmmm…well he DOES know how to win you heart (so there’s that!) but other than that….sit. Working on: Jumping. Pulling on leash. Mouthing. Reactivity on leash to other dogs. Life goal: To be the receiver of all pets and treats. Dogs: Nope. See above. Cats: Nope. Kids: Older kids only please, as he has not met or socialized with any kids since being in rescue. House-trained: Yes! He has had very few accidents and is a pro if kept on a schedule. Crate-trained: Ehhh…he dislikes his crate and will loudly let you know. Franklin is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. He is available for adoption to residents of IL, CT and surrounding states. If you are interested in adopting, please complete an application from

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One More Dog Rescue

Wethersfield , CT 06109

Pet Types: dogs

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Paws of Dixie Animal Rescue - CT

Glastonbury , CT 06033

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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