Short Mugs Rescue Squad is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the health and well-being of French Bulldogs. We are based out of Texas and run and managed solely by volunteers. Our main objective is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home French Bulldogs that come to us from many sources including local animal shelters, owner surrenders, strays, commercial breeding kennels, import brokers and private rescue groups.
We also rescue other brachycephalic breeds such as english bulldogs, boston terriers and pugs on a case by case basis. We are based out of the Houston area, but we rescue across the entire state of Texas along with Oklahoma and Louisiana.
Click the Available Dogs page to see our dogs that are ready for adotpion. The dogs on the Foster Dogs page are not available for adoption, but are available for sponsorship as they are still in foster care. Our Hospice dogs are also available for sponsorship.
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Adoption fee $600 Location: Houston area Sasha was surrendered when her family could no longer care for her ongoing allergy issues. She is currently on a special diet and taking steroids. She will be weaned of the steroids and depending on her status might start allergy shots. Her current regime of medication and baths has made a huge differe...read more about Sasha
Adoption fee $600 Location: Houston area Paisley was surrendered due to her owners not being able to care for her needs. She had a pretty nasty eye infection when we got her that has cleared up very well. She also had an upper respiratory infection that had to be treated. Paisley had head tremors when she first came into rescue. She has not h...read more about Paisley
Adoption fee $500 Location: Houston area Sue Ellen was surrendered to us by a good Samaritan who rescued her from a backyard breeder. She came into rescue with urine stains on her back legs and feet. She had yeast build up on her skin, ear infections and ulcers in both eyes. Her ears were very badly infected from chronic untreated e...read more about Sue Ellen