Mohr Bouviers

Karl & Linda Mohr – Fogelsville, PA

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Surrendering Your Mohr Bouvier

For those of you who have a Mohr Bouvier you remember signing a contract that states “This dog/puppy is not allowed to be bought for resale, breeding or experiments and not to be released to any animal shelter or any rescue at any time. If Buyer is unable to provide for this puppy any longer you must contact Seller before finding a home for the dog/puppy.”

There are always mixed emotions when we get a call that one of our Bouviers needs a new home. It is a very difficult decision for the owner to reach but because they want the best for their Bouvier they get in contact with us. We then start the process of evaluating the puppy/dog. Find out as much as we can about what the needs are for this specific Bouvier. Then start contacting families that we feel may be a good match.

Our goal is to give this Bouvier a new home for the remainder of their life. We also try our best to make this transition as quickly as we can. In many cases the Bouvier comes back and stays with us for a period of time. This can be very stressful on not only the Bouvier being surrendered but also for our established pack of Bouviers.

We decided to create this page on our website to post Bouviers that may need a new home. If you are interested in a Bouvier that is posted please contact us either via our website or call us at 610-285-4682. If we don’t have any Bouviers posted but you would be interested for the future please feel free to contact us in the same manner.

Our goal at Mohr Bouviers is to make the perfect match when our puppies are first born. But as we all know life happens, people get ill or family dynamics change. And the puppy you love can no longer be part of your life. That is when that difficult call is made and we go to work to help both our Bouvier and you.


5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Dale Anne Shaffchick // Sep 30, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    I was very pleased to see this added information to your website. Linda and I have talked on the phone but have never met yet. I was very involved with Bouvier Rescue with the National Club for over 13 years and was the PA/NJ ABRL Coordinator and towards the end I also was the Asst. National Director for several years. If every breeder (no matter what breed took their fancy) took responsibility for their pups/adult dogs when their owner decided (for whatever reason) to give up their dog then most Breed Rescue Clubs could go out of business. Thank you Mohr Bouviers.

  • 2 April Kilbourne // Jul 28, 2013 at 10:06 am

    I have a bouvier /labardoodle mix. He came from a local breeder however I do not know her name. I was wondering if you are the breeder. I have a 3 year old “Murphy” Long story short He jumped a 4′ fence and nipped my neighbors butt. There were no stitches needed no torn cloths. As soon as I called him he came back. No big deal I thought. My homeowners insurance has notified me unless I give up my dog they will cancel my home coverage. I was wondering if you could take him/or foster him for me. I contacted ABRL and they can’t take him at this time. Any advise is also welcomed.
    Thank-you April

  • 3 Linda Mohr // Jul 29, 2013 at 10:54 am

    April- I am so sorry to hear of you situation. We are not the breeders of your dog. I would get with your insurance company and ask if you got your dog trained to pass the AKC Canine Good Citizen test would they reconsider. Unfortunately I do not know of anyone looking for a Bouvier/Labardoodle mix. I would stay in contact with ABRL and stress the urgency. Hopefully they will be able to help you.

  • 4 Johanna // Feb 12, 2015 at 8:54 pm

    I believe I spoke with you once before regarding a bouvier I bought from Chantal that I was having a very difficult time with. She is still a handful but still here to stay. I am writing because I am in need of another dog to be trained to be a balance dog for myself. It would be better if I didn’t have to start with a puppy and a bigger male would be best. I was thinking if you had any that needed ‘re homing I could be a fit. If not maybe you may have an older pup for sale.

  • 5 Marc love // Dec 1, 2015 at 7:59 am

    I am looking for a adult female that has been spayed- I am looking for a companion dog to share my home- i am willing to travel to pick-up- my cell# 318-465-3175


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