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Ours is an appealing and very popular breed.  Unfortunately, not everyone who acquires a bulldog understands the breed's unique needs.  Often bullies find themselves without a home because of health or behavioral problems.  Others need a rescue because of the loss of an elderly owner.  Our club is dedicated to the idea that all bullies need a good forever home.

We at BCCS adhere to the principles set forth by the Bulldog Club of America's Rescue Network.  Please visit their website at www.thebca.org and click on the rescue page.  There you will find information about adopting a dog in rescue or instructions about how to surrender a bully into the rescue program.

For additional information about the Colorado Springs Bulldog Club's Rescue Division,  please call (719) 323-5455


Gidget is our newest rescue


      Gidget is a sweet and gentle 5 and a half year old soul who came to us with terrible skin problems.   She has been under veterinary care for the last two months and is now looking much better.  Our vet does caution that without good maintenance care, the problem could return, so we need a dedicated owner who will do what's needed to keep this loving girl healthy.


 Gidget is a very timid and hesitant dog and would probably do well in an only-dog, quiet home.  It will take time for her to settle in and trust her people and environment.  She tends to pace a lot until she finds her own quiet space where she can observe what's going on.


 This girl is very well crate trained, she is housebroken, and knows a few commands that come in handy.  She will sit, lay down, go into her crate and tries to shake hands.  She doesn't like grass and I'm pretty sure she did her business on gravel or artificial turf.  She will go, but must be gently persuaded.  She will walk on a leash, but needs lots of practice, as she tends to get scared and tries to bolt.  She also must be watched at the front door, as she has tried to bolt out.


If you think you are up to the challenge of a very needy but loving girl, please call us about Gidget.  Her fee is $400.00





                                                        March 2015

We are pleased to anounce that Knuckles has found his forever home

Congratulations to Knuckles and his new family!

Questions call BCCS Rescue at 719-323-5455, or e-mail, goatgalmjb1@hotmail.com


January 24, 2015

 "CAMMIE" has gone to her Forever home


Cammie has found her forever home.  When Darryl and Kathy saw Cammie it was love at first sight.  Smiles broke out, stubby tails wagged, it was wonderful!  Cammie will be living with two folks who know how to take care of a Bullie, and will have a big fenced yard to run around.  Congratulations to Darryl, Kathy and especially Cammie.



  Do you think, you might be interested in adopting a English Bulldog?  Cut the waiting time in half by getting your adoption application filled out and sent in now.  We will contact you when we receive your application.  Click on the Rescue Dog Application link below.

If you have questions about adopting, go to our web site: www.bulldogscosprings.org,  click on the Rescue link.

For a Rescue Application, go to the bottom of this page and click on the Rescue Application link.


Questions call BCCS Rescue at 719-323-5455, or e-mail, goatgalmjb1@hotmail.com



Click Here For Bulldog Rescue Application

Click here for Volunteer Foster Home Application 3 Pages


Please return application to:

Bulldog Club of Colorado Springs

Melina, goatgalmjb1@hotmail.com



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