Did you find a Bolognese in a shelter?
- At this time, the American Bolognese Club does not have a separate non profit agency to properly rehome and rescue Bolognese, but will aid local rescue programs in finding homes and disseminating information on the breed.
- If you should find a Bolognese in a shelter, in a dire situation, or if you are a rescue club that believes you have rescued a Bolognese, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, on our Facebook page, or at 573-207-5107 and leave a message.
Example of how the ABC can help:
- In January 2017, the ABC was alerted that Second Chance Companions, located in SW Washington and the Portland Metro Area, recovered fifteen Bolognese dogs from a dismantled puppy mill.
- The American Bolognese Club donated to SCC in order to help with their veterinary care, food, vaccinations, and other supplies. SCC was in charge of placing these precious lives in forever homes. The ABC wanted each new owner to understand the Bolognese breed and be able to keep up with their new homes by offering a free ABC membership.
Our recommendation for those looking for an older Bolognese dog:
- Our ABC breeder members retire their breeding dogs from time to time. Most of these dogs are older, at least 5 or 6 years of age. We suggest calling each breeder on the Breeder Directory to get on their wait list. If you are only interested in a puppy then we suggest taking a look the Breeder Directory section of this website to talk with the breeders about purchasing a puppy.