Meg, the first Dogue de Bordeaux rescued by
the the DDBS, July 24, 1997. She was found by
a NY shelter wandering the streets and was picked up by a DDBS member,
Bridgette Antonocci-Milano, brought to MA by
Anna Reich and Tammy Hickey, and fostered for a month with Tammy. She was
adopted by Jeri Arledge,
and lived happily and content during her last year.
Today the Dogue de Bordeaux Society of America Rescue saves and assists over 300 Dogues de Bordeaux and Dogue de Bordeaux mixes every year. A large network of volunteers goes across North America, but there is never enough help for the ever increasing numbers.
To Explore the Dogue de Bordeaux Society of America Rescue website
How you can help, how help is needed, and possibly – Find your next companion….