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    Default Rehoming for EBs

    Where would I post a thread for the rehoming of my EB?

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    Default Re: Rehoming for EBs

    What's going on? Tell us your story and we will point you in the right direction.

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    Maybe we can help you with whatever issue you are having. If not, try to contact a rescue in your area or even if it isn't in your area they sometimes will send someone to get the dog. Whatever you do, try to avoid craigslist and sites like that. The dogs listed there usually end up in bad shape. Good luck.
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    I have a year-old brindle EB that due to some personal changes, my current circumstances don’t allow for enough time for me to care for him. My GF and I broke up so I no longer have anyone who could help me with him while I am on travel for work and I will also be starting school later this year, which will make it even more difficult. I would like to rehome him with an EB familiar/experienced family. He is great with people and other dogs and loves kids. I know every EB owner thinks of their bully as being the most special, but my EB is truly special in so many that anyone who meets him will immediate fall in love. I don’t want to sell him, nor will I give him away. I care more about his quality of life. He has no health issues, 100% bill of health. He is a very active pup…which is why my current living situation isn’t ideal for him. I don’t want to post too much on here, so please assist me in getting to the right place. I’ve had him since he was 7 weeks and he comes from a champion bloodline and is AKC registered.


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    Im so sorry your going through this, I know it must be a very difficulty decision. I don't know what state your in but I would try to find a local rescue that could take him in and place him in a loving home.

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    What state are you in so we can point you in the right direction

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    No offense, but a rescue wouldn't even be a last resort for me. I would never put him through that. He is not a rescue. My situation isn't that bad that I would resort to putting him in a shelter/rescue. I need to be able to rehome him from my home, to his new home. Rescues are good for old dogs and dogs with issues...they are for dogs people typically don't want due to some adverse type situations. My dog isn't any of those things. Again, no offense, but the idea of putting a fully healthy, AKC registered bulldog in a rescue doesn't sounds appealing at all

    Quote Originally Posted by buffym View Post
    Im so sorry your going through this, I know it must be a very difficulty decision. I don't know what state your in but I would try to find a local rescue that could take him in and place him in a loving home.

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    Well I'm sorry that your have to give your baby up. This site is safe for you to post info on. We will help you. If you can't find anyone on here to take your baby, I would find a local rescue. they will vet anyone who is interested in adopting your baby.
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    To clarify, me coming on here looking for assistance sounded like a no-brainer considering this is an EB forum. I came on here because I don't want to go through a rescue because my dog isn't a rescue. I want to place my dog, not necessarily have someone place him for me. Essentially I am looking for a place on here to do that or with any luck find a bulldog owner who would be able to take him in.

    Thanks in advance.

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    If i don't live in another continent i would take him in a heartbeat .

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    Default Re: Rehoming for EBs

    What state are you in that would help someone who is in your state on here maybe help to rehome.

    Sent from Mia's s4 (Mia Amor)

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    Default Re: Rehoming for EBs

    Quote Originally Posted by BrindleEB2013 View Post
    To clarify, me coming on here looking for assistance sounded like a no-brainer considering this is an EB forum. I came on here because I don't want to go through a rescue because my dog isn't a rescue. I want to place my dog, not necessarily have someone place him for me. Essentially I am looking for a place on here to do that or with any luck find a bulldog owner who would be able to take him in.

    Thanks in advance.
    OK --- let's see if we can help in anyway, can you at least tell us what state you are in so we can try to match you with someone possibly looking to adopt? --- Lisa --- @desertskybulldogs?
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