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Darren Reid
16/01/2017 17:23
Would just like to say a big thank you to Bulldog Rescue.
We collected Rolly last Saturday and she is fantastic, this is our 1st ever Bulldog so we're still getting used to all the grunts, snorts and all manner of noises.

But we know there is a brilliant support network if we are worried about anything.

Thanks again

Darren and Michelle
garry smith
22/12/2016 00:44
add love to thank all at bdr for the great work you all do especially joe in Scotland for given our family the greatest gift of a beautiful bullie our little lady is now gone but our love grows for all staff and volunteers thank you all very much
Claire Detraux
24/10/2016 21:08
Dear Bulldog Rescue,
I am just writing to say a big thankyou to Bulldog Rescue. On Saturday I collected Grace and feel so lucky to have her. I just wanted to say thankyou to Cath and her husband who carried out my home check, they were so nice and put me at ease, also thanks to Kim, she was really helpful when I picked Grace up on Saturday and is such a lovely person.
Grace has settled in really well, she is such a sweetie and gets lots of attention.
Many thanks
Claire
Mollie Potter
10/06/2016 15:19
Dear Bulldog Rescue,

My partner and I have a beautiful Bulldog called Mia, she is 14 months old. We have been told very recently that she has an inherited disease called Polycystic Kidney Disease.
We've been informed that there is no cure for what she has, it has come as such a huge heart breaking shock to us both.
She has been given a new diet, tablets and injections, however we both really wanted to know if anyone else here has gone through the same experience. Any kind of advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Mollie Potter


Mollie Potter
10/06/2016 15:09
Dear Bulldog Rescue,

My partner and I have a beautiful Bulldog called Mia, she is 14 months old. We have been told very recently that she has an inherited disease called Polycystic Kidney Disease.
We've been informed that there is no cure for what she has, it has come as such a huge heart breaking shock to us both.
She has been given a new diet, tablets and injections, however we both really wanted to know if anyone else here has gone through the same experience. Any kind of advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Mollie Potter


Les Anderson
23/11/2015 21:59
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank Bulldog Rescue for the last 9 years of laughter and joy we got to share with our beautiful Buster. Our boy passed away last night but he was at home and with the people who've loved him and looked after him these past years. And though it's really difficult at the moment I know that the pain will pass in time to be replaced by the fond memories.
He came to us in the summer of 2006, one and a half years old with not a pick on him. He was strong, wiry, boisterous and very aggressive to other dogs. But over time we worked through most of his problems and he settled down to a long and healthy life with us. Our feelings are really raw at the minute and we're going to some time without a dog, but I just wanted to thank everyone involved here and say you do a great job. And who knows, with time and healing I may find the pull of another rescue Bulldog irresistible in the future.
Les.
Bulldog Rescue & Rehoming
22/09/2015 22:40
Thank you so very much for taking the time to write this, I have passed this on to Jo and Lorna and Tania in the head office
Gerry Carty
22/09/2015 22:26
Hi ....where can I start...I lost my last bullie (Rocko) over two years ago and our heart was broken , we felt we could not go through that heartache again ...but...after coming across this site (I must admit that even though we owned bullies for over twenty years, we had never heard of this site )....At first I could never understand why/how anyone can give up their bullie ...but now I understand that various things happen in life that we cannot really plan for and the best thing anyone who has to give up their bullie can do for them is give Bulldog rescue a chance to find a good home for their beloved friend. I cannot thank Josephine and Lorna (Scotland) enough for all they have done to find us a lovely bullie ...even the lady in head office could not have been more helpful.... We now have a lovely young fella called Hamish (Hamish is also trying his best to keep me young as well hahahaha)...He is a great wee fella and he is so loveable ...and a bit stubborn ...poor wee fella will be wondering what is happening to him ...but...he came to our house and made himself at home from the first day and we have made him more than welcome from day one ..he has already filled our house with love and laughter ....maybe we were a bit bitter after losing our beloved Rocko , but our heart soon melted when we saw the lovely dogs on Bulldog Rescue .If anyone is thinking of maybe applying for a bullie from Bulldog Rescue I would advise them to go ahead ...if our experience is anything to go by ...well ...we were helped every step of the way by Josephine and Lorna . June and I thank you two ladies so much for all you have done for us ...Both of you do a marvellous job ...God bless everyone who works for Bullie Rescue , They all do a marvelous job and I,m sure their reward will be in heaven.
Thanks very much.
Gerry and June ....and Hamish.
xxx
Bulldog Rescue & Rehoming
14/09/2015 11:38
Thank you Mia, that is very kind of you
Mia Galloway
13/09/2015 15:33
Dear Bulldog Rescue,

Thank you so much for doing such a wonderful job in looking after & finding Bella a new home. She is all snuggled up in her bed - we absolutely adore her. The love, devotion and admirable work you put in to these dogs is flawless and second to none. Thanks to you lot Bella found her forever home and thank you for making it a quick, easy adoption process we cannot thank you guys enough!

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