We are a quickly growing group that rescues all breeds and specializes in safe and responsible placement of all bully breeds. We are a licensed 501c3 and consist of 175 volunteers and almost 100 foster homes! We spay and neuter, give age appropriate vaccinations, worm, heartworm test and microchip all animals prior to adoption......no exceptions! We are located in Central Iowa but work all over the midwest. If you see an animal you are interested in please go to unbreakabullbullies.com and fill out an adoption application! Adults-150.00 Puppies 200.00 Seniors 100.00
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Come Meet Our Pets...
We are a foster based rescue which means all of our pets live in people's homes until they are adopted.This allows us to get to know them and start any training they may need. This leads to a far better chance that we can find you the perfect match! Call or email to set up a time to come and meet our available pets! We are available 7 days a week! 515-664-9911 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption process consists of a thorough application, home check and a background check.
We require all pets in the home be spayed/neutered and vaccinated.
For some dogs a fenced in yard is required but not all.
We require you must own your home or have written and verbal permission from your landlord.
If you are adopting a "Pit Bull" type dog we require you live in a bully friendly city and have the proper insurance where it is required.
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