Since December 2010, Rescue-A-Bull, a non-profit, educational and charitable organization dedicated to bully breeds, has worked with shelters in Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut North Carolina, Pennsylvania and many areas in the south where pit bull type dogs don’t stand a chance at life.
In two years of rescuing dogs in need, Rescue-A-Bull has saved over 100 dogs from shelters and less than ideal situations. Some of these rescued pups have had unexpected ailments such as pneumonia, ringworm, mange, and even the need for orthopedic surgery to repair their knees.
Volunteers are key!
Rescue-A-Bull could not care for these dogs without the support of loving foster families, generous donors and other dedicated volunteers. And they’re always looking for more!
Jack Needs Your Help
Sometimes there are special situations that need extra help from the community. Jack was saved from the shelter’s kill list in NYC and has recovered from non-contagious mange, canine influenza and ringworm.
He’s been through the ringer! Yet, despite these hardships, this 1.5 year old remains goofy and loveable. Unfortunately, he is in a boarding facility due to unfortunate circumstances and no fault of his own and is in desperate need of a foster or forever home.
This lanky, bouncy pup is a great boy! When he’s not investigating the yard, hard at play or running about, he sleeps curled up like a little baby deer. He will do anything for a treat, so needless to say, Jack has mastered important basic commands. He loves being with people and will happily go wherever you go!
If you’d like to help Jack or Rescue-A-Bull — please visit www.rescue-a-bull.org for an adoption or foster application.
Rescue-A-Bull is recognized by the NY Department of Education as an educational organization, dedicated to educating the public about bully breed dogs as well as modern dog training and behavior through all aspects of outreach both online and off.