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wE RECOMMEND that YOU LET us get to know you by completing the application. Then we can HELP YOU CHOOSE THE PERFECT NEW FAMILY MEMBER. bUT, IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT US!
Steps to adopt
Honestly evaluate your desire and ability to care for a new dog at this time in your life
Research the breed to make sure you are ready for the trials and tribulations and joys of bully ownership.
Search for the bully you are interested in, we urge you to choose more than one dog that interests you, however please understand that your choices may not be the ideal match for your family or lifestyle. Our volunteers will help you determine the right dog for you in order to ensure a compatible and lifelong pet relationship.
Complete our adoption application
Correspond through e-mail and phone with rescue volunteers, to complete the screening process
Pass veterinary/personal reference check
Pass home check by rescue volunteer or associate
If your application is approved, meet and greet with bullies of interest
Finalize adoption paperwork and complete final arrangements for transfer of dog
Interested in fostering?
Love Pit Bulls/Bully breeds but aren’t sure if it is the right breed for you? Can’t commit the next fourteen plus years of your life to a dog of your own? Are you experienced with these breeds, have the time and ability and heart to help a needy dog? These are just a few of the reasons to consider fostering. When you foster, you are opening your heart and home to a dog that is up for adoption or soon will be. Like most rescue groups, BBR does not have a kennel. Instead, we rely on the generous network of volunteers who take in dogs temporarily during their journey towards a forever home. We are able to help only as many dogs as we can house and must turn away needy dogs regularly because we simply have no where for them to go. Fostering a dog saves a life!