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.
Chicagoland Bully Breed Rescue
For 20 years, Chicagoland Bully Breed Rescue has rescued, rehabilitated, and re-homed “bully breed” dogs. They intend to not only rehabilitate the dogs themselves, but also the reputation of this breed. Get in touch with Chicagoland Bully Breed Rescue here for adoption and fostering opportunities.
It’s a Pittie Rescue is dedicated to rescuing, rehabbing and rehoming Pit Bull breeds and educating people about one of America’s most loyal and kind breeds, one dog at a time. Since they are a foster based rescue, they get to know their dogs very well, so they can help find the best dog to fit each lifestyle.
C.D.T. Pit Bull Rescue
C.D.T. Pit Bull Rescue serves dogs identified as pit bulls by fostering responsible pet ownership, enriching the lives of shelter animals and rescuing dogs for permanent placement in quality homes. Casa del Toro Pit Bull Rescue was founded in 1997. They work with partners across the state to save dogs identified as pit bulls.
Indiana Bulldog Rescue
Indiana Bulldog Rescue is a small group of volunteers who care deeply about the welfare of bulldogs. Their goal is to rehabilitate and re-home English, Olde English and French Bulldogs who come from animal shelters, families, puppy mills, breeders and other situations. They place in foster homes in Indiana, western Ohio and Kentucky, where they are cared for and loved until a suitable home is found.
Fat Heads Rescue
Fat Heads Rescue was formed in March of 2014 serving the Southern Indiana area. Their mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome pit bull type dogs with responsible, educated owners. Learn more here.
Flint City Pits
Flint City Pits is a foster based dog rescue that exists to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome some of the most vulnerable animals in Genesee County. While not restricted strictly to pit bull and bully breed rescue, they are the focal point as they make up the largest demographic of at-risk dogs in the area.
Adore-A-Bull Rescue founded in 2010 is Cincinnati, Ohio’s first pit bull rescue. Their mission to save pit bulls begins with rescue of the neglected, abused, and misunderstood. Today AABR houses from 20-30 bully breed dogs in our series of fosters throughout greater Cincinnati at any given time. In 2012, they saved over 175 dogs in the community.
We currently do not know of any bully dog support organizations in Wisconsin. If you are aware of a worthwhile organization, please contact us so we can update Rock-A-Bully with the latest information.