Article By: Sofia Ribeiro
Date of Article: 11 February 2018
We also try to educate (we don’t believe in banning the breed, we ask for health checks to be done and that’s how we know if our future puppy was well bred) and we always try our best to help and advise.
"We'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that helped our Dolly. Fields vets for seeing that tiny bit of hope and sparkle in her, French bulldog saviours for trusting us to foster and go on to adopt her, Angela at Woozelbears hydrotherapy in Swindon who swam her for free every other day and most importantly to her physio Donna and every single person who donated to her little donation pot whilst she was in Fields care. You raised enough money for months of physio which got her back on her feet. She is now the happiest dog alive, fit as a flea, in perfect condition and loves everyone and everything. She runs everywhere! A million miles away from the dog she was last May. She has touched the hearts of many people especially ours and we adore her "
...and after rehabilitation, living the life she deserves.
JDF Admin Comment:
Thank you for taking the time to explain what you at French Bulldog Saviours do in Jersey.
If you are interested in helping Sofia please visit her page, or many of you will have seen her posting pictures of her little angel Peppa in the Jersey Dog Forum group, so you could also catch her that way. Sofia and her French Bulldog Saviour friends are doing what they can to make the world a better place for dogs and they clearly have for those mentioned in the article above. Sofia can home check for people in Jersey so have a think about this if rescuing a french bulldog is an option that you are considering. Thanks for reading everyone! 🙂