Are you hoping to adopt an English Bulldog from a rescue in PA? Why wouldn’t you!
Problem is, where do you even start with the process?
Thankfully, I’ve pulled together a directory of all the main English Bulldog rescues in the state of Pennsylvania.
This way, you’ll have a list of rescues to find your dog and begin the process of adoption.
So, let’s get into it!
Keystone Bulldog Rescue SWPA
Keystone Bulldog Rescue of SWPA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that has been formed and is dedicated to rescuing and improving the welfare of English, French Bulldogs, Olde English, and American Bulldogs in but not limited to Pennsylvania.
They are situated in the Appalachians of South Western PA and are run by a highly experienced and motivated team of volunteers.
Contact: email@example.com, or phone: 888-390-6263
East Coast Bulldog Rescue
East Coast Bulldog Rescue (ECBR) rescues bulldogs from local shelters and from all over the country.
All dogs that come to ECBR are fully vetted, fixed, and cared for to ensure they are healthy before their adoption day.
HeavenSent Bulldog Rescue
HeavenSent Bulldog Rescue is a volunteer group of bulldog lovers whose mission is to re-home bulldogs.
Volunteers provide foster care, veterinary care, and rehabilitation for these dogs before they are made available for adoption.
This organization operates in PA along with NJ, DE, and MD.
American Bulldog Rescue
American Bulldog Rescue (ABR) is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to rescuing and finding forever homes for bull breed dogs in need.
They are based in eastern Pennsylvania and work with adopters and shelters in the mid-Atlantic region.
American Bulldog Rescue is not a shelter, but an all-volunteer group where the dogs receive loving care in a network of dedicated foster homes until the time when their forever family is found.
So there you have it; four reputable Pennsylvania-based bulldog rescues that you should start your search with and make some inquiries.
They are the main, most reputable ones.
Outside of these bulldog-specific rescues, you’d need to check in with general dog rescues.
They may or may not have this breed available for adoption at the time of your search. So do bear that in mind.
Generally, these rescues should be the basis of your search.
And while I spent a lot of time researching to find these rescues, if you were to find others that are not listed that you believe should be, do contact me.
I’d be keen to get them added!
I am a practiced pet owner with decades of experience owning a number of different pets. I am also the main writer and chief editor here at Pet Educate; a site I created to share everything I’ve learned about pet ownership over the years and my extensive research along the way.