AaBR Video Premiere!
Posted March 29, 2013 5:38 pm
R.I.P. ~ LAYLA
Posted February 25, 2013 1:29 pm
Welcome to AaBR, Smash!
Posted February 7, 2013 12:31 pm
AaBR would like to officially introduce you to SMASH. As you can see he has quite an injury to his head (and I'm not even referring to the 3 fractures...). If you look just above that big wound you'll see what looks like a black line; that is a 4" slice/incision/gash. He actually looks okay in this picture.... The bill is just one of many to come; it only covers just a couple of days. Please, if you can help with this sweet, gentle soul's medical bills we would be so grateful. We couldn't rescue bullies like SMASH without your generosity, and we are so appreciative. To help please click our PAYPAL Donate link above.
HAPPY NEW YEAR ~ 2013!
Posted January 2, 2013 10:02 am
JOIN US ON JANUARY 17TH, 2013 as we kick off the New Year with a party for all bullie owners!
HAPPY DAY FROM AaBR!
Posted November 6, 2012 10:36 am
Brucie helping with the gardening!
Posted October 9, 2012 11:22 am
Brucie was adopted back in 2009 from AABR, his mom just sent us this awesome pic and an update!
AABR featured @ the Larson's Wedding!
Posted October 8, 2012 10:50 am
Back in 2009 a very special couple adopted our "Stimpy!" They tied the knot last month and surprised us with a very special donation while also featuring our bullies/organization at their Vegas Wedding! Check out their pics here: http:// http://www.mikelphotos.com/kelly-dana
The #1 question AABR is asked is....
Posted August 19, 2012 5:29 pm
QUESTION: It amazes me the need of so many bulldogs needing rescue in Florida! Is the state a high puppy mill area or something? Or maybe I don't notice the abundance of abandoned bullies in other areas
Our Answer: The overpopulation down here (in South Florida) is like nothing I've ever seen and I have been from coast to coast, north and south. At Miami Dade Animal Services they get an average of 100-150 dogs and cats a DAY. They can't turn away any animal. What that means is that 100-150 animals are put to sleep each day to make room. It's hard to keep up with the animals that need help. Just the past week alone, we have taken in 5 English Bulldogs!
SUPPORT FOR OUR INJURED FRENCHIE BOY...
Posted July 19, 2012 11:17 am
PLEA FOR HELP: Injured Frenchie!!!
Posted July 19, 2012 10:59 am
8-1-12 Update: We are excited to share these new pics of Mr. Frenchie with you!!! He is doing so incredible well in foster care with Junie (A previous AABR rescue) and the two are hitting it off so well! We even believe his astonishing recovering is due in part to her companionship (and the effors of a fabulous foster mommie!)
7-25-12 "Mr. Frenchie" Update: Mr. Frenchie is in great spirits and so very happy in Adopt-A-Bull Rescue foster care! He enjoys receiving lots of love and cuddles just as much as he wants to give them back! He will literally lean his body into your arms with all his weight during cuddle time and melts right into you. He’s turns into a fluffy, Frenchie puddle of love! He is extremely friendly and energetic despite his current condition; he even walks great on a leash! For all this little guy has been thru, it amazes us how well he is adapting to his new life in foster care.
7-20-12 FRENCHIE UPDATE: Frenchie had a very comfortable, restful night at the vet. Thank goodness. He was so exhausted from the stress of the shelter and the pain of his injuries that he slept in the backseat of Mommie Beth's car almost from the instant we got on the highway yesterday. The bandages have been removed from his body and to our horror it seems that he was either thrown from a moving car or was set on fire. The burns on his right side look so painful!! His right paw also has gnarly injuries including part of his pad being burned or scraped off. He will remain at the vet until at least Monday in order to allow for sterile bandage changes.
As a 501c3 not-for-profit organization we rely on your donations in order to provide the medical care that dogs like Frenchie needs. Because your donation are so vital we would like to offer you a fun reward; everyone that donates to Frenchie's care has the chance to be the one that names him. Click on our PayPal link or the ChipIn Widget above to donate (any amount) and in the "Comment" section put your suggestion for his new name. We will put all the suggestions into a basket and will pick one at random. We will announce the winner on Facebook. If you have already donated and want to play, send Beth a message at email@example.com with your suggestion.
Adopt-A-Bull Rescue was presented with a very unique opportunity today by our local high-kill animal shelter. We were given the choice to save a dog, a dog desperately in need of immediate care due to injuries sustained by an unknown cause, BUT he’s not an English Bulldog, he is listed by the county as a French Bulldog. Although we have no more available foster homes currently, 2 already boarding at our vet’s office, one living at my law office (Stanley), and the one we got yesterday hiding out at my house (because I’m over my HOA limit), we are taking a HUGE step of faith that the resources necessary to take on this new frenchie and sustain the existing dogs we already have in our program will start to roll in from our special 5th birthday fundraiser that was snail mailed out this past Saturday/Monday. Our facebook followers and supporters are an integral part of our success. Your words of encouragement, cross-postings, and local foster assistance combined with the monetary donations you make to further our rescue efforts are absolutely essential and appreciated! Thank you for your continued support!!! It’s not always comfortable asking for donations, yet I find myself asking again – Would you please help support our newest rescue intake (as of today), our new frenchie boy… we thank you from the bottom of our hearts, Mommie Erica