French Bulldog Rescue
We are proud to be a Montana French Bulldog Rescue
~Our goal is to combat illness in a healthy holistic way resorting to medication only when absolutely necessary.
~To combat nutritional deficiencies, all rescues will be fed a diet that's meant for canine consumption. These foods will contain all of the nutrients required for health: protein, natural occurring vitamins, minerals, essential fat, enzymes, good bacteria and fiber.
~If you would like to surrender a French bulldog, because the health costs are too much to bear, please contact us by text, phone or email 24/7
~If you are interested in adopting a french bulldog when he/she is ready for their new family please message us below
~We've just started this rescue so we are not currently accepting donations at this time. All costs for the first few rescues will come out of pocket however I am preparied to cover 100% costs for all that are accepted. For future donation considerations, please click on the link below to help us save a life, please click the donate button . A furry little friend will thank you~
~Some of my past efforts~
2018~ I was nominated for Polson Montana Volunteer of the year.
2013-2018~ I was a fall/winter volunteer at the Polson Chamber of Commerce
2013 -2018~ I created "Polson Gifts for the Giving" and gave $100.00 cash gifts to community nominated individuals who helped others without question throughout the year. 100% of the cash gifts were provided by my family and I.
2013-2018 I Donated food to families and local firefighting crews
Volunteer at the local veterans club
Member of the Ladies Auxiliary
Donations ~ Fisher House
As the founder of a nutrition center, I constantly give what I feel is of most importance: my time/assistance/guidance/knowledge for Human and animals. Whenever/whomever I can offer help, I am always a phone call, text or email away. When health improvements are made (human or animal) I feel greatly rewarded...
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita~ Homeland security granted me unlimited access to a local donations facility to gather supplies so I could distribute those items to our local shelters.
In addition, I contacted the United Way and, at their request to house emergency medical staff, I gladly offered to host anyone who needed shelter. I contacted the American Red Cross too but they never responded to my offer for shelter assistance. I also signed up on a website for those needing shelter called Shareyourhome.com We made every effort possible to offer shelter or any other assistance during this devastating time. My children and I also accepted personal and business donations, from those we knew on a personal level, outside of Louisiana. They donated directly to us to ensure those donations would reach the shelters and not be withheld in a holding facility. To show our gratitude, those who donated received picture updates as those supplies were distributed. In our efforts, I made the front page news of my small town newspaper, Red Bluff Daily News. The article is held at the Red Bluff library archives. (Pictures coming soon)
I look forward to adding French Bulldog Rescue to this list
My Nola Sucess Story