Welcome to Bama Bully Rescue

Bama Bully Rescue, Inc. (BBR) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to creating pit bull breed ambassadors within the state of Alabama. To this end, we work with animal shelters to rescue pit bull type dogs who are overlooked for adoption and therefore at risk for euthanasia, and pull them for placement in foster care. We also strive to educate the public about the true nature of bully breed dogs, encouraging responsible ownership by offering training, behavioral, and health care advice in hopes of decreasing the number of bullies that would, without such support, be relinquished by their owners. 

Click on the button below to learn more about Bama Bully rescue.

 
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Adopt a Bama Bully

Thinking about adopting a new four legged friend?

To view dogs that are available for adoption through Bama Bully Rescue, click on the button below.
Learn More

To start the adoption/foster process, click on the link below to fill out Bama Bully Rescue's adoption application.
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BEER, BANDS & BULLIES 2018

Join Bama Bully Rescue for our 8th Annual Beer Bands & Bullies music festival at Cahaba Brewing Company!

Click the button below for more details.

Just a $10 donation gets you in the door for a night of amazing music by some of Birmingham's most talented musicians. There will be raffles on site, t-shirts and other merchandise at the Bully Booth.

Our Statistics

Please scroll over graphs to see Bama Bully Rescue's statistics.

Bullies in Rescue January 1st

Bullies Euthanized/Died

Bullies Accepted into Rescue

Live Release Rate

Percent Live Release Rate

Bullies Adopted by Year

Live Release Rate

The Live Release Rate formula includes

All Adoptions +
All Outgoing Transfers +
Return to Owner/Guardian

Divided by

Total Outcomes -
Rescue requested euthanasia (unhealthy and untreatable) -
Dogs that died or were lost in care.

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Ways to Help

We are a volunteer run rescue group that saves bully breeds in Alabama, supports bully owners, educates the public about these breeds, and helps fight breed specific legislation.

 

adopt/foster

Click on the button below to learn more about the application process.
 

Volunteer

We are a volunteer-run organization and do not have any paid staff.  Click on the button below to find out how you can help.

Make a Donation

You can make a general donation or specify how you would like your donation to be used.