Second Chance Bouvier Rescue

Our Mission is to find "Forever Homes" for Homeless Bouviers

We would like to welcome you and thank you for visiting our website.

The SECOND CHANCE BOUVIER RESCUE is a non-profit 501(c)3 rescue for purebred Bouvier des Flandres in Michigan.
We were the "new kids" on the block as of August 1st, 2000.

We would like to thank everyone for their donations and for adopting our rescues. We would like to especially thank our "Guardian Angels":
D'Adamo Veterinary - Livonia, Michigan
Hollow Corners Veterinary Service - Dryden, Michigan
Wilson Veterinary Clinic - Washington, Michigan
Without these compassionate and understanding veterinarians and their assistants, we never would have made it through the first year.


**If you are interested in the characteristics of a Bouvier - please click on "Profile" box below.**



Available Dogs
Standard Bouvier Profile
Online Adoption Forms
ADOPTED 2014
ADOPTED 2013
ADOPTED 2012
ADOPTED 2011
ADOPTED 2010
ADOPTED 2009
ADOPTED 2008
ADOPTED 2007
ADOPTED 2006
ADOPTED 2005
ADOPTED 2004
ADOPTED 2003
ADOPTED 2002
ADOPTED 2001
ADOPTED 2000
Where is MaryAnne Harvey?
*** Upcoming Events ***
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IN MEMORY OF...
Email at jbfern@wowway.com

Last update November 16, 2014


We appreciate your taking the time to check out our website - we would greatly appreciate your signing our guestbook and letting us know what you think.



Our goal is to find "forever homes" for homeless Bouviers. The majority of our Bouviers are rescued from homes and shelters because they - through no fault of their own - are no longer wanted. Some of the dogs are docked and cropped, some are only docked, some have pedigrees when they are surrendered. All these dogs have an abundance of love to share - they just need a deserving family to share it with. They need a second chance - and that is how we came up with our name - Second Chance Bouvier Rescue.
Immediately upon rescue they are examined, immunized, neutered or spayed and afforded any healthcare deemed necessary by our veterinarians. Upon release from the veterinarian they are placed in our foster facility to be carefully evaluated. Only after extensive evaluation and careful consideration of any extenuating circumstances, the Bouvier is placed on our adoptable list.
We accept applications from people interested in making a permanent place in their hearts and their homes for these deserving animals. All applicants are carefully screened so that we can make - what we think - will be a suitable match for both the adopter and adoptee. We offer our continued support and advice to all adopters - and do follow-ups to make sure there are no problems.
If you are interested in adopting a Bouvier, Bouvier Mix or Wannabee, or would just like some more information, please email us or fill out our adoption application.


Who is Bouvier Rescue?

Nancy Ousnamer Former President passed away 10/02/06 *See In Memory Of*
Jan Fern Pres/Sec/Treas Westland, MI 734-261-6685(h) or 734-365-3192(c) jbfern@wowway.com
Bill Fern Passed away 12/28/11 *See In Memory Of*
Chris Roediger Transport Westland, MI
Shaker HP Web-Master Livonia, MI
Paula Volunteer Groomer
Bob Taylor Vice-President/Caregiver FosterFt Wayne, IN



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