Bully Breed Rescue
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
New Canaan, CT 06840
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Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:All towns and cities in the north east area.
About Our Rescue Group:Bully Breed Rescue is a small rescue dedicated to rescuing and rehoming dogs that are the pit bull class of dogs, including American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, American Bull Dogs and pit bull mixes. Our goal is to help give these precious misunderstood dogs a second chance at the wonderful life that they deserve by placing them in forever homes. All of our dogs have been temperament tested and we try to provide honest and complete information on each dog. We operate solely on our own funds, in addition to adoption fees, so we have to keep the rescue small. We do not have a shelter - all of our dogs are in foster homes, though we sometimes post dogs that are still in shelters.
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We are in desperate need of foster homes and help with transporting dogs. More info on Fostering: If you adopt one dog, you are giving that one dog a permanent home. But if you can foster a dog, preparing it for life in a home, you are allowing that many more dogs to be placed in permanent homes.
While many people can't let go, others are reluctant to foster in the first place, thinking that it is somehow unfair to take in a dog, establish a bond, and then allow the animal to be adopted out into another home. Isn't that a second abandonment?
We will provide supplies, food, instructions and vet care. Foster parents willing to provide supplies and food themselves, will be helping the program out immensely.
Not only does a foster program maximize the number of animals rescued, it allows us to care for animals that would be difficult to care for in a shelter environment - orphaned or pregnant dogs, those recovering from major surgery, dogs needing one-on-one behavior rehabilitation and those that need a break from the shelter environment, foster care provides a comfortable home setting that will keep them happy and healthy.
Taking a stray or frightened animal and showing them that people can be kind, that food is available and that there is a warm place to sleep, creates a marvelous bridge to a new home. Those of us who provide foster space know that there is never a shortage of animals that need this preparation time before finding their own people.