Browse the states below to find opportunities to adopt, foster or transport bully dogs in your area. If you know of a bully dog support organization that is not listed, please contact us so we can add them to Rock-A-Bully. As always, thank you for stepping up to support bully dogs. Together, we will make a difference.
Bully Pride of Arizona
Bully Pride of Arizona provides the community with bully breed education, shelter system information, training tips, trainer referrals and foster dog training classes. They advocate against the inhumane activity of dog fighting, chaining and the unethical practice of backyard breeding. Explore adoption opportunities here.
Save-A-Bull Rescue is dedicated to the rehabilitation and adoption of bully-breed dogs primarily across Arizona. Their focus includes: securing needful dogs, providing stability, medical attention, enrichment, and training for these animals, and ultimately finding each dog a home by a party approved by the corporation. Explore adoption opportunities here.
Big Bully Rescue
Big Bully Rescue is a small home based rescue and group of friends dedicated to rescuing and re-homing bully type breeds and the “misunderstood” Molosser breeds. They strive to help these breeds obtain a positive image through education despite the image that the general public has of them due to misinformation and media sensationalism. Explore adoption opportunities here.
Standing Proud Pit Bull Rescue
Standing Proud Pit Bull Rescue focuses on the rescuing, rehabilitation, & adoption of pit bulls within the community. Additionally they strive to be a resource and to educate the community about these wonderful dogs, in order to combat the negative misinformation that is distributed by the news media. They primarily focus on the rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and education of Pit Bull and Pit Bull mixes, however they will never turn down an animal in need. Explore adoption opportunities here.
Peanut’s Place Bully Rescue
Peanut’s Place Bully Rescue is a rescue for pit bulls with a beautiful story of falling in love with their first pit bull who ultimately lead to the creation of their organization. Find bullies to adopt here.
Mile High Bull Terrier Club
Mile High Bull Terrier Club is a Colorado-based not-for-profit group dedicated to show, care, rescue and adoption of English Bull Terriers in metro Denver and surrounding regions. Our club was started in 1981, with our first supported show in 1983. Our members come from various cities all over the state of Colorado. Explore adoption opportunities.
Boise Bully Breed Rescue
Boise Bully Breed Rescue devotes their time to re-homing unwanted bully breed dogs from shelters. The rescue operates entirely from donations, which is dedicated to abandoned and neglected dogs that have run out of time in shelters.
MT APBT Rescue, Inc.
MT APBT Rescue, Inc. was created to help pit bulls/bully breeds in need throughout Montana. As there are no official Pit bull Rescue Shelters in the state, they have established a virtual kennel in an effort to help re-home the many hopeful pit bulls. Find adoption opportunities here.
We currently do not know of any bully dog support organizations in Nevada. If you are aware of a worthwhile organization, please contact us so we can update Rock-A-Bully with the latest information.
Pet-A-Bulls carefully selects dogs from city and county shelters across New Mexico, ensures that all medical needs and vaccinations are in place and that each and every one of their fur~friends have the basic behavior training to automatically exhibit the skills required to be deemed “Ready-Made” family pets! While their primary focus is placed on American Bullys, American Staffordshire Terriers, American Bulldogs, Old English Bulldogs, American Pit Bull Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, all the various Mastiffs and other “Bully” type breeds, virtually all canine breeds are always considered as space permits. Explore adoption opportunities.
Bulldog Rescue Network
Bulldog Rescue Network rescues only purebred bulldogs sometimes referred to as “English” or “British” Bulldogs. Members of this network find new homes for more than 2,000 Bulldogs each year. Explore adoption opportunities.
We currently do not know of any bully dog support organizations in Wyoming. If you are aware of a worthwhile organization, please contact us so we can update Rock-A-Bully with the latest information.