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Bully Breed Rescue | Non-Profit Organization
Rescuing and re-homing Bully Breeds in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and New England. http://bullybreedrescueinc.org/
Bully Breed Rescue Inc. is a volunteer and donation supported registered 501 (c)3, non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehoming dogs that are collectively referred to as Pit Bulls. “Pit Bulls” are the most controversial breed of our time; continually being maligned in the media, and commonly being abused and neglected in communities all around the country. While they are frequently categorized as vicious and dangerous, for anyone who knows the breed, this can’t be any further from the truth.
Our goal is to help give these precious misunderstood dogs a second chance at the wonderful life that they deserve by placing them in forever homes. All of our dogs have been temperament tested and we try to provide honest and complete information on each dog. We operate on public donations.
To adopt one of our adoptable bullies, an adoption application, home check, and references are required, along with an adoption fee of $200 dollars. Adoptions are based on interaction between the potential adopters and the dog. Our goal is to place a dog with the perfect family to ensure a forever loving home.
If you are interested in adopting, contact [email protected] For our full list of pets available please visit our website at www.bullybreedrescueinc.org & Contact: [email protected] for anything regarding the bullies! www.BullyBreedRescueinc.org or our Pet-finder page… www.bbrct.petfinder.com
Our mission is based on a foundation of Rescue, Love, and Education. Our goal is to rescue and place pit bulls with responsible owners in forever homes. Bully Breed Rescue Inc. also aims to increase public awareness through education programs that focus on the frequency of violent crimes against animals, and on the correlation between animal abuse and violent behavior towards people, as well as how this violence affects communities.