Adoptable Dogues

DDB Rescue does not have a “facility”, we have volunteers nation wide who open their homes to dogues in need. Each dogs location is listed in their profile.

Standard adoption fee is $450.00 which goes to cover their medical needs and spay/neuter. All of our rescues are spayed/neutered, up to date on shots and micro chipped before being placed. Completed application and reference/home check required. We do NOT ship or fly rescues as it’s too stressful on them. If you are interested in any of our rescues, please complete our adoption application.

As of January 1, 2008 our adoption fee has increased to $450 as expenses rise and we are not covering all of the needs with our adoption fee.

Information on adopting, including our application can be found here Adopting

The Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue needs volunteers and foster homes nationwide to open their homes to dogues in need. With a record number of Dogues needing to be rescued, our resources are stretched to the maximum. Puppies to Seniors are waiting to come into the program. The DDB Rescue assists abused, neglected, abandoned dogues from shelters and pounds as well as assisting owners who can no longer keep their dogue. If you can open your home and heart to a dogue in need, please check out our Foster Policy

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Sissy in PA

Located in Reading PA. Sissy is a healthy, 2 year old spayed female who just came into our program. So far, we know she gets along with dogs and cats and is good with older children above the age of 13 (she is rather boisterous!). Will post more about her...
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Bear in IN

Bear is an almost 6 month old male being fostered in Indiana. Bear’s family surrendered him to the care of Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue after learning he was born without hip sockets and he will most likely need two hip replacement surgeries and to be on pain medication for his entire...
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Mia in PA

Mia is a petite 2 year old female looking for her forever home.  Mia is located near Greensburg PA. She is very new to our program so we are still getting to know her. We do know that she is a happy, healthy girl that loves to play ball. She is...
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Nellie in MO

Nellie is a 5 year old spayed female near Saint Louis, MO  looking for her forever family. Nellie was not socialized or exposed to “life” situations in her previous to ddbr life and she has real issues adjusting to normal life. She was often left alone for days at time and basically neglected. Nellie...
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Paris in FL

Paris is located near Pensacola FL. She is almost 10 years old, spayed, up to date on everything and basically, ready to go. Paris was surrendered to DDBR when her owners fell on really hard times and lost everything. She has always been loved and spoilt, never neglected or abused....
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Gus in GA

**Update on Gus, it appears Gus is in liver failure. We have started a fund raiser to cover some of the vetting that’s been done. If you can help us, please do. He is doing ok on the treatments, but likely will not recover.. Meet Gus, a 5yr old male...
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Augie in TX

Augie is a 3 year old, male DDB being fostered in Dallas, TX. Augie was recently rehomed and had trouble adjusting so he was surrendered to DDB Rescue. After living with 3 families in a period of weeks he is sacred and confused. We will let Augie get settled in...
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Big Boy in TX

Big Boy is located near Houston TX. Big Boy came from a MO puppy mill and was sold at auction. DDBR was able to secure him through one of our amazing volunteers (she did all of the fund raising for him and 7 other dogs, and purchased them and got...
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Oscar in MA

Oscar near Boston, MA We have a very special man in rescue, Oscar. Why is he so special? Because he has reached and passed the golden age of 10 years! Not many dogues get to do that! Oscar seems much younger than his age – as he is active and...
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Patrick in CA

UPDATE FROM CARDIOLOGIST APPOINTMENT: Mr. Patrick was a very good boy for the cardiologist and vet staff today (3/22/2016)! What we now know… He a congenital heart defect termed tricuspid valve dysplasia. As a result, the right side of his heart is VERY enlarged and he is in congestive heart failure....
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Courtesy Listings

Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue has listed the following dogs as a courtesy and makes no claims to the availability, health or temperament of these dogs. DDB Rescue, its volunteers, officers and directors are not responsible for adoptions arranged through this portion of our web site.   Wally in Washington Wally...
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