Adoption Fees are used to cover medical costs, supplies and transportation of CCPR Dogs and Puppies and are non-refundable. It is rare that the fees themselves are enough to cover the costs incurred for each dog, but every little bit helps! As such, these fees are not negotiable, and they cannot be paid in installments. All dogs are a huge financial commitment, but the cost associated with caring for Frenchies is typically much higher than that of other breeds due to complications inherent to th
This fee is for all Frenchies; Adults, puppies, clefties, etc.
This fee is for all English Bulldogs; Adults, puppies, clefties, etc.
This includes all XL Bullys, Pocket Bullys, Micro Exoctics, etc.
This includes breeds we don't typically bring into the rescue such as Labradors, Corgis, Yorkies, Chihuahuas, etc. and any other "Designer Breed" dogs or puppies such as Froodles, and other Doodles, etc.
Please be sure to research any breed you are interested in to be sure they are a good fit for your lifestyle and financial means. We are also pleased to extend a 15% military discount to our adopters.
When you find a puppy you would like to adopt, you can fill out an application here on our website. Please be patient as we regularly receive multiple applications for each available pup. Adopters are selected based on who is the best fit for the puppy, not who submits an application first. If you are one of the "best fit" potential adopters, a phone interview will be conducted followed by an in-person or video home check. If you are selected as the adopter, you will then complete the Adoption Agreement and Spay/Neuter Addendum if needed, pay the Adoption Fee and we will arrange pick up of your new family member with you!
If your application is selected as one of the "best fit" applications for an available dog or puppy, we will reach out to you to proceed with the adoption steps listed above. Due to the sheer volume of applications we receive, we are not able to respond to all of those who were not selected. But please do not be discouraged! Each puppy has their own personality and needs, it is our goal to match the right adopter with the right puppy each and every time. We would encourage you to continue applying as new dogs and puppies become available!
When the puppies in our rescue are healthy and old enough to be placed in their forever homes, we prioritize having them adopted over completing spay and neuter procedures. This is only in instances where the puppy is too young for the procedure. While some vets will perform these operations as young as 8 weeks, we do not believe this is in the best interest of the health and development of the puppy. This is even more true in the case of cleft palate puppies. Given their difficult start to life they are often developmentally delayed. To give them their best chance to lead fully developed and healthy lives, we recommend spaying or neutering at 1 year of age. In all of these cases, adopters are required to sign the Spay/Neuter Addendum agreeing to these terms.
Yes! We have even adopted out as far as Canada! As long as you are able to travel for pick up and have arrangements made to safely transport them home. Please be aware that brachycephalic breeds like Frenchies and English Bulldogs cannot fly in the cargo hold and must be transported in the cabin.
Yes. Please submit a new application for each puppy you are interested in adopting.