Who we are:
My mission is to help shelters by fostering and placing local bully breed dogs who are
loving, loyal and misunderstood, freeing up space and resources so that they can take in
and place more animals without having to resort to euthanasia - in memory of JACKSON.
In 2006, a shelter dog I loved named Jackson was euthanized at a local shelter where
I volunteered. In trying to deal with my grief and the injustice of the system toward pit bulls dogs,
I established my rescue in 2007, in his memory, to try and make a tiny difference in
even one dogs life, so they did not end up with the same fate.
Ten years later, in April 2017 we received our IRS 501(c)3 charitable organization status.
All our rescue pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, microchipped and vet checked.
Dogs are house trained, crate trained, I teach them basic obedience and to be a loving
member of the family.
While my heart still belongs to the BULLIES and give them priority - we have been
overwhelmed with need for other types of dogs and for cats. So we have decided, at least for now,
to not be bully exclusive - this is why you will see other types of available dogs and even cats on our page.
We do not have a "shelter " building - all our rescue pets are cared for in loving foster homes
and an appointment must be made in advance to meet them.
I am still a very small, mostly privately funded rescue trying to make a difference - one dog at a time!
You can contact us by email: email@example.com
or by postal mail at: PO Box 1077, Broadalbin, NY 12025
BULLY BREEDS ARE NOT FOR EVERYONE
When you adopt a pit bull, you adopt the most energetic, intelligent,
and loyal friend you’ll ever have, but you also take up a responsibility
to represent the entire breed.
Pit bulls are wonderful, loving animals that deserve the chance
to have a good life.
Please research the breed you intend to adopt, no matter what the breed,
if you have not already had prior experience dealing with them.
Pit Bull Rescue Central , Bad Rap and Animal Farm Foundation
are perfect places to get all the information you need regarding Bullies.
A properly socialized, well managed pit bull should never have to get into a dogfight,
because he's accustomed to the presence of other dogs and - IMPORTANT!
he has a smart and responsible owner willing to keep him safe from situations
that could invite the unhappy possibility of a scuffle.
PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT AND PLAY THE
FIND THE PITBULL GAME
YOU WILL BE AMAZED AT THE RESULTS!!
General Information about Bully Breed Dogs
*”Pit bull” is NOT a breed. It's a generic term often used to describe all dogs with similar traits and characteristics known to the
public as "pit bulls." When we use the term “pit bull” here, it should be understood to encompass American Pit Bull Terriers,
American Staffordshire Terriers, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers and mixes of these.
This is basic breed information for anyone interested in acquiring a pit bull,* for those who already have one or more and would
like to learn more about the breed, or for anyone who would simply like to understand these affectionate, extraordinary dogs a little better.
You will learn that pit bulls make wonderful and loyal family companions. Like all dogs, they require intelligent, responsible, and
dedicated ownership. Because of the breed’s undeserved negative media image, pit bull owners have to be even more careful and
responsible than the average dog owner. They must also be aware of the myths (urban legends, really) surrounding their dogs. Owners
must be well educated about bully breeds, because they will likely face comments from friends, families, and neighbors.
Unfortunately, some people obtain pit bulls for the wrong reasons - to boost their own image, for dog fighting, or for backyard breeding--
which makes life difficult for responsible owners. The good news is that pit bulls are now more popular than ever,
and each good owner has an opportunity to reshape the breed’s image in positive ways.
To learn more please visit: http://www.pbrc.net/breedinfo.html