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How To Help With French Bulldog Rescue

How To Help With French Bulldog Rescue

With their sweet little faces and cute ears which stand up straight to attention, French Bulldogs are one of the most recognisable dog breeds around. They're also one of the most popular breeds in the UK, which in turn means a lot of them get lost or abandoned, or have to be given up by their families.  

Why Volunteer With A French Bulldog Rescue Charity?

If you're passionate about animals and love to make a difference in the lives of those creatures that can't always help themselves, volunteering for a French Bulldog rescue charity could be perfect for you. Organisations like Dogs Trust provide an invaluable service and are a great option for donating your time.  

Volunteering can be a great way to help if you don't have the resources to make a cash donation. Even if you do, seeing exactly how your time contributes to efforts such as French Bulldog rescue is an incredibly rewarding thing to do. And you never know, your experience may lead you on to even more charitable causes.  

How To Help French Bulldog Charities


If you want to get involved with French Bulldog rescue, UK charities such as Battersea always need volunteers to help at their shelters. This is crucial for organisations as it allows them to help every dog that comes to them. You may be tasked with things like exercising and socialising the dogs, as well as cleaning and maintaining their accommodation.  


The best French Bulldog rescue charities carry out home visits when they're in the process of rehoming their dogs, both before and after fostering or adoption. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in doing, you could fulfil a valuable role for a shelter, as it can take up quite a bit of time depending on where you have to travel to.  


Rescue charities are always in need of fosterers who can take dogs into their home on a temporary basis. Whether you're looking after an animal until they find a forever home, or taking care of a dog temporarily to allow someone to flee a violent home, this helps to keep numbers down in rehoming centres. 


There are few more rewarding things you can do than give a new, loving home to a lost or abandoned animal. There may be challenges along the way, but adopting a French Bulldog is one of the best ways you can help a rescue charity. You should never take the responsibility lightly, but welcoming a new family member who's really going to appreciate your love can be an amazing experience for both of you.  


Charities like Dogs Trust run dog schools where they offer training classes that aim to address issues that may have caused an animal to be given up. As well as this, they also train basic skills to people taking on a new adopted pet, allowing both dog and owner to learn together. You can become an important part of this process by helping out at classes as a volunteer, and even pick up lots of great information if you have dogs of your own at the same time.  

Things To Know Before You Volunteer

If you want to offer a foster home for dogs, there'll likely be some conditions you need to fulfil before you become accepted. These can include being at least 18 years of age, living within an hour's drive of a rehoming centre, and ensuring any other animals in your household are properly vaccinated.  

Where To Get Started

People's Postcode Lottery players have raised many millions of pounds for charities involved in dog rescue, including:  


Dogs Trust 

These two organisations alone have received over £18 Million thanks to our players, and you can help this number grow further by signing up to play.

Last updated: 05/03/2021

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