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Who’s there for the English Bulldogs?

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Butler University’s mascot “Blue” is one lucky dog. He has the fame and fortune of having a loving home and great care. Not so for many of his brothers and sisters. Who’s there for them?

Central Indiana has many small, all volunteer rescues that are challenged attracting the public’s attention and support. One that has escaped our attention until recently is Dixie’s Voice Bulldog Rescue.

We asked Dixie’s Voice to tell their story in their own words:

About Dixie’s Voice Bulldog Rescue Inc. We are a not-for-profit organization that was founded on the idea of helping Bulldogs in need of rescue.

We are a small group of volunteers who love and care about the welfare of Bulldogs. Our goal is to rehabilitate and re-home Bulldogs who come to us from animal shelters, families, puppy mills, breeders and other less than ideal situations.

We are a breed specific rescue, and only take English Bulldogs . We place them in foster homes, where they are cared for and loved until a suitable home is found. We all have fulltime jobs, families and other commitments, but we continue to make room in our hearts and homes for unwanted and neglected Bulldogs in need of rescue. We take great pride educating the public about this fun loving breed, to adopt and never shop. The breed that we love is compromised daily for profit not confirmation, all of our bulldogs are spayed and neutered before adoption. All of us dream of a world where rescue is no longer needed. We are especially happy to find new volunteers who share our commitment to the breed. We run on donations and volunteers and are always low on both.

Please visit our website to see our adoptabull’s and to read Dixie’s Story. Dixie passed in July of 2016 of a brain tumor, she was rescued in 2010.

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If you know someone with a passion for English Bulldogs, please share and let them know about this live saving organization. Blue?

Donations? Always welcome. Visit here to learn more.