Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue does not have a “facility”, we have volunteers nation wide who open their homes to Dogue de Bordeaux in need. The location of each Dogue is listed in their profile.
Our Adoption fee is based on the age and health of each Dogue. Adoption fees help offset veterinarian costs and spay/neuter. All of our rescues are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, have tested negative for heart-worm 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.
Puppies under a year old – $700.00
1 year – 2 year – $600.00
3 year – 5 year- $500.00
6 year – 7 year – $ 400.00
8 year and older – $250.00
Dogues with ongoing medical issues – not including Fospice Dogues – these are Dogues that had a rough life no matter how old they are and no matter how much we have put into their medical care- $150.00
Hospice Dogues are a case by case basis depending on the severity of the condition and life expectancy.
Bonded pairs may have a slightly reduced fee in order to get them adopted together, as decided on a case by case basis by the board of directors.
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 Dogue de Bordeaux in need. With a record number of Dogue de Bordeaux needing to be rescued, our resources are stretched to the maximum. Puppies to Seniors are waiting to come into the program. Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue assists abused, neglected, abandoned Dogue de Bordeaux from shelters and pounds as well as assisting owners who can no longer keep their Dogue de Bordeaux. If you can open your home and heart to a Dogue de Bordeaux in need, please check out our Foster Policy
Thank you for your support.
Meet Maple! Maple is a lovable, extremely sweet girl that was surrendered to Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue when her family could not find housing. Six year old Maple just arrived to her Connecticut foster home and should be ready for adoption by late July. All our rescues are spayed/neutered, up...
Meet our newest foster Järnkrok (Yarnie)! Two year old Järnkrok was incredibly scared & confused upon arrival however he’s slowly decompressing and doing great! He’s learned to sit and use the doggy door already! He’s incredibly gentle when taking treats, has shown zero signs of food agression and doesn’t seem to...
Courtsey Post Meet Samson & Delilah! These two beauties were found running stray in the mountains. Both were in horrible condition from severe neglect. Delilah has been over bred and mistreated. She is very timid but will come around slowly with a patient person willing to give her the time...
Biscuit is a two year old female Dogue de Bordeaux that was surrendered when her family could no longer care for her. Biscuit needs some vetting and her vaccinations updated before she will be adoptable. We assume Biscuit was not socialized outside of the home because she is extremely skittish....
Bentley is an approximately six (6) year old male being fostered in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. Bentley is good on a leash, gentle and does not jump up. He loves going for walks, car rides, playing with his squeaky toys and like most Dogue de Bordeaux cuddling. Bentley does well...
Jake & Jeannie, a bonded pair in the Chicago area of IL. Five year old Jake & six year old Jeannie are looking for their forever family. Jake, Jeannie and one of their female pups were surrendered when their owner had to move and did not have a proper home...
Dogue de Bordeaux Rescue welcomed seven year old Brandi in June of 2019. Prior to Brandi being surrendered she was kept in a basement with little interaction from her family. She love, love, loves people. Brandi would do best as the only dog. All of our rescues are spayed/neutered, up...
Checha’s would do best in an outdoor kennel during the day while her family is away at work or school and spend her evening and overnights in the house. Checha feels most comfortable outdoors and needs to be let out to go to the bathroom several times a day. She ...