PLEASE READ THIS PRIOR TO APPLYING TO ADOPT:What do I need to do to adopt a Bulldog? First do your research! English Bulldogs are high maintenance and can be expensive to care for. After you have researched the breed and decided a bulldog is for you click here Get Application for an application. Once that is received you will be called by a volunteer and interviewed at which time we will set up a home visit. The home visit is just to ensure the environment is safe for a dog. Be sure to have locks on fence gates, be prepared to purchase a crate etc. Once the home visit is complete and you are an approved adopter we will try to match a bulldog to you. It is important to note, our dogs are rescues and most come with issues, many require medications for life and it is rare we get young dogs or puppies. Most are adults or Seniors. This process is not quick, our group operates with only volunteers so please be patient. This process could take up to and over a month. In addition, we have adoption fees for each of our dogs. These fees help pay for the vetting of ALL the dogs in the rescue and they are not negotiable! Some of the dogs we get are medical nightmares while others may require little to no medical care. Adoptions fees do not cover all of the expenses so we also have to raise funds and we accept donations as well.


San Antonio Bulldog Rescue will not accept owner surrenders due to aggression with dogs or people. If your dog is aggressive or has behavioral issues contact a trainer. In addition, if you simply do not want the dog anymore because you do not have time for the dog you wil need to rehome the dog yourself. If you would like assistance rehoming your dog we are happy to help. As a rescue we are here to save homeless dogs, whether at a shelter or found as strays and to help dogs that are in need of medical care.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Welcome Louie - Adopted

Louie was born on September 25, 2010, he is only 3 and has had his cherry eyes fixed, he has been neutered and he was surrendered to SABR due to a horrible infection that left him smelling like rotting flesh.  The vet he saw diagnosed him with an anal gland infection but it was actually a tail pocket infection.  He has since had his tail amputated and Louie is on the mend.  He is a great dog, full of love and life.  He loves to play and can speak, give high fives and had really good manners. He is housebroken and crate trained, UTD on all shots.  His adoption fee is $600. Only Texas applicants please.


  1. louie is doing great in his new home. He loves riding in the truck.

  2. So good to hear! He is a wonderful companion!!!