Our mailing address is: 
French Bulldog Rescue Network 
PO Box 4764 
Glen Allen, VA 23058-4764

Our general online mailbox is

FBRN's mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home French Bulldogs in need from commercial breeding kennels, import brokers, public shelters, private rescue groups, owners or Good Samaritans. Our organization is comprised solely of volunteers who nurture and foster these dogs as well as provide education and training. Our goal is to place healthy and happy French Bulldogs into forever homes.

Lost Dogs:

If you would like to report a lost French Bulldog, please complete this short form.

You will need to include the following information: your name, contact phone number, the name of the dog, the FBRN name of the dog if it is a graduate, was the dog wearing a collar with ID, the last time the dog was seen, the address where the dog was last seen and the nearest cross street. 
Please attach a recent photo. A volunteer will contact you soon!


If you would like to surrender your French bulldog, please contact the Regional Intake Coordinator or one of their assistants for your region according to the map below.

For all other comments, inquiries or information, please

Technical Issues:

For technical or website related issues such as missing link, or pages not working correctly please contact our webmaster at email:

Regional Contact Info:

If you have an emergency that requires immediate surrender of your dog, please call the number that corresponds with the time zone you live in.

Pacific and Mountain 970-368-FBRN 
Central 319-214-FBRN 
Eastern 443-937-FBRN

These numbers are assigned to volunteers in their private homes. Please only call between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

The volunteers who answer these calls deal only with emergency intakes; they can't help with other questions, because they don't have the answers (their job is very specific: intake only).

Please note that if your call is regarding something other than an emergency intake, your call may not be returned. Questions about foster dogs and available dogs should be sent to info@frenchbulldogrescue.orgEmail addresses for questions regarding volunteering, fundraising, or donations of items are noted below.


W1A - CA

W2A - WA, OR, ID, MT, WY, HI, AK , NV, UT, CO, AZ, NM

W3A - TX, LA, AR, OK

W4A - ND, SD, MN, NE, IA, KS, MO, WI, IL





E1A - ME, VT, NH, MA, RI, CT

E1B - NY, NJ

E2A - DE, PA, MD, DC, WV, VA, NC, SC

E3A - MS, GA, AL, FL

E4A - MI, IN, OH, KY, TN

FBRN was created in 2001, and is an independent, North American rescue organization, not affiliated with any AKC breed club. Our purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome Frenchies in need. The French Bulldog Rescue Network exists solely to address the growing problem of homeless French bulldogs.

FBRN maintains an extensive network of state contacts across the United States and Canada, and an even larger network of volunteers, foster homes, transporters, home-checkers, and family and friends working behind the scenes. We are grateful to everyone who donates time, effort and money to our cause!


The French Bulldog Rescue Network is a Massachusetts non-profit corporation, with 501(c)(3) federal tax exempt status as a publicly funded charitable organization.
Our federal tax id is #01-0704651. Our corporate records are public and can be viewed on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Corporations Division website.


Current Board of Directors

President: Joan Cleveland
Vice President: Viv Holland
Secretary: Abbie DiMeo
Treasurer: Robin Campbell

Members at large:

 Kate Ghiselin 
Letitia Wallace
Lindsay Revels

Volunteer Coordinator

Volunteer Recruitment Team
(*Be sure to email us from an address that won't reject an e-mail response, or make sure to provide an alternate e-mail address for us to contact you!)

Donations Coordinator 

Susan Congdon

Fundraising Coordinator 

Letitia Wallace

If you want to surrender a Frenchie or you know of a Frenchie in need, please get in touch with one of the state contacts in your state or a state near you.

State contacts cannot give applicants special favors or make arrangements for applicants to meet foster Frenchies in their states.

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