Before you fill in an application to adopt one of our dogs please make sure you have done your homework and know just what taking on an American Bulldog entails. Not everyone is suited to look after such a large active breed. Many of the dogs we rehome are not good with other dogs, especially ones of the same sex. A fully grown male bulldog is a very strong dog and you must be able to handle it for the safety of other dogs and people
If you are interested in any of these dogs please complete an Application Form, one of our coordinators will then be in touch with you for a chat and will arrange a home check if appropriate.
Adoption fees in this section are £175 for dogs under 12 months and £150 for over 12 months, unless otherwise stated. Please also look in the BULLDOG TYPES section as you may find the perfect companion in there.
PLEASE NOTE - WE DO NOT REHOME DOGS TO HOMES THAT HAVE UNNEUTERED DOGS
Hi i am Stan i am an American Bulldog and im 2 years old I am Good with children 12 plus due to my size. I am not well socialised with dogs out of the home but this is something my new owner can maybe help with me, this will need time and patients. My owners sadly can not keep me and my sister so we have to find new homes, my owner also think we would be best suited to have seperate homes. I am neuteredalready so i am super ready for my new home. If you can offer me a home please fill in an application form, I love my sister lots but we know its for the best.
Hi i am Laurel i am an American Bulldog and im 2 years old I am Good with children 12 plus due to my size. I am not well socialised with dogs out of the home but this is something my new owner can maybe help with me, this will need time and patients. My owners say that my hearing is not very good i am not 100% deaf but i find it hard to hear sometime. I am not neutered but this is something that will need doing. If you can offer me a home please fill in an application form, as my brother above said (yes i can read :)) I love him to bits but i think i need a home on my own.
Bruno and Nancy are currently in kennels,, they came from the pound so need a foster home to assess them.. They can not go to children below 12years and can be together or seperate.. Bruno would be fine living with a female and nancy would be fine living with a male but slow introductions are needs!! seperate untill they feel safe and need time and attention.. Bull breed experience is a must!!!
Hi my name is Doozy I am a 16 month old American Bulldog cross, I am neutered and vaccinated. I am brilliant with children and I am good with other dogs but I believe I may need a little more training with this. I have not been around any small furries so would be best that in my new homes there wasn’t any. I am good on the lead and I am good off the lead but with distractions I can wonder off to have a look around. I am not too good with being left for long periods as I get scared that you won’t come back so I would be best suited with someone that is around most of the time. I would love a family of my own, I need an active family that will take me for lovely big walks, I am quite a lively lad I am willing to learn but please be patient with me I haven’t had a proper home so I am new to all this positive training. I would love another dog but would need to love to play cause I just love to, some people say I’m a pest (not sure what they mean by that) but hay ho it sounds fun. If you are interested in giving me a great home please fill out an application on the website and send it into Bullies.
Hi my name is Grace I’m an American Bull dog and I’m around 2-3years old, I was dumped in 2014 in the pound and I was in an awful condition, I was emaciated L I was used for breeding sadly so they didn’t keep my to love me they kept me for money. I am now in great condition and all I want is a human to love me, I often get confused on where to go to the toilet but with training I promise I will get there. I am a bit nervous of people at first but I soon come around, I lived with another dog in my other home where I abused but I was socialised outside of the home. I would love a home of my own so I can get all the loving I need but if there was another dogs there that would not bother me either but may be best for a calm male dogs to show me how things are done. I haven’t been around children so I would be best suit without any small children or a home of 12+ (dog savvy). I need a home that has the time and patient to guide me like I am puppy, I will need help with a few thing likes other dogs, how to behave in a house, toileting etc. If you are the right home for me please fill in an application form online I am desperate for my new home. I am a very friendly tactile girl, I travel well in the care, I love cuddles and to play. I will be neutered before my rehome.
Lilly is an outgoing, affectionate girl who has been through a rough time and hasn't even had her 1st birthday yet! She would benefit from an experienced owner,someone willing to continue her training and socialising to get the best possible relationship with this beautiful pup! An active, cat free home would be ideal, with someone home most of the day... at least for the first few weeks as she may take time to settle in a new environment. As explained below recent fosters have had noise complaints, so new owners must accept that she may be vocal to start with. She learned very quickly that she cannot demand attention from me by barking or whining and this will be something her forever home may want to take a 'tough love' approach to. Age: 9 months old (March 2016) Breed: American Bulldog Neutered: No, but will be rehomed on a Neutering contract if not done before that time Basic training: will respond to her name, sit, paw... currently learning Down and 'in your bed' Recall: Fantastic in the garden and on lead, okay off lead with dogs she knows Walking on lead: Gets excited when getting ready to go out and will tug on the lead but does settle. Lilly as been walking on a head collar or anti-pull harness and happy to wear either. She will pull like a steam train if allowed to so and can get very excited if she sees another dog and will get worried if a member of the family (furry or otherwise) walks too far ahead, although she will walk nicely once she feels a part of a group but will need ongoing training. Off lead: Lilly hasn't been given long enough in one home to bond with one person, so off lead she tends to go deaf when called and can be quite boisterous and bully other dogs if she can get away with it. She's still learning her doggy manners. Good with children: loves children but can be very bouncy as expected with such a young dog. She's met children as young as 3 and was very happy to mingle with them although did knock them over a few times. Good with dogs: Lilly definitely knows her own weight and likes to throw it around. She would be better as an only dog or with an equally playful dog her own size that won't be worried by her boisterous ways. Lilly would benefit from ongoing socialisation and I would expect she would become calmer with age and a healthy training routine. Good with cats: Untested but her reaction to smaller dogs would push me to assume no. Health issues: None Height of fence: 5ft+ Lilly is quite the athlete and hasn't broken a sweat hopping onto the worktops or jumping the 4ft stairgate Reason for rehoming: Originally handed into rescue at only a few months old as the owner wasn't allowed a second dog, she had quite a negative experience in her first foster home which has left her cautious of new people, but she comes around quickly. Her last foster home struggled to deal with her separation anxiety which caused a nuisance to the neighbours, she also worried another foster dog which was scared of her. Since being with me she has been crate trained and has been absolutely fine being separate from everyone