The San Diego Bulldog Rescue (SDBR) is an animal welfare advocate group dedicated to rescuing unwanted, neglected, abandoned, and relinquished Bulldogs in the greater San Diego region. Their chief aim is to find loving and permanent homes for the Bulldogs in need in the area.
Each companion animal they rescue is given medical care and behavioral assessment, is spayed/neutered, and is micro-chipped for identification. They cater up to 60 dogs a year ranging from American Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Olde English Bulldogges, American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, and Bullmastiffs.
The group also helps pet owners who are having difficulties with their furry friend through counseling; they also advice members of the community about the importance of responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals.
Since they are a non-profit organization, they rely on the help of volunteers in order to save more lives every day. Some of the volunteer opportunities at SDBR include reviewing adoption applications, transporting dogs to and from the vet, acquiring dogs from relinquishing homes or local shelters, fostering dogs, and requesting product and service donations from corporations.
Interested parties can also donate cash online or give items such as dog food, bedding, collars/leashes, stainless steel bowls, wire crates, x-pens, medicated shampoos, and dog toys.
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