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Bully Pride of Arizona Bully Breed Advocacy & Community Resource Center

Phoenix, AZ 85028

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Areas Bully Pride of Arizona Bully Breed Advocacy & Community Resource Center serves

Bully Pride of Arizona
Bully Breed Advocacy & Community Resource Center.
Providing the community with bully breed education, shelter system information, offering training tips, trainer referrals and foster dog training classes. Information regarding bully breed housing and insurance and offering courtesy postings of stray and shelter dogs to promote adoptions. If there is available committed foster, we will intake a rescued dog from time to time.
Bully Pride of Arizona advocates against the inhumane activity of dogfighting, chaining and the unethical practice of backyard breeding. Striving to help bully breeds obtain a positive image through education despite the image that the general public has of them due to misinformation and media sensationalism. Promoting spaying/neutering and responsible bully ownership.
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Bully Pride of Arizona Bully Breed Advocacy & Community Resource Center's adoption process

Additional adoption info

To adopt, we do require an approved application. If your application is approved, we would offer a meet and greet. We do require a home check too. Our adoption fees vary.
Please feel free to contact us directly for information regarding the specific dog you are interested in.
Email: bullyprideofaz@gmail.com

Website: www.bullyprideofaz.com

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About Bully Pride of Arizona Bully Breed Advocacy & Community Resource Center

Bully Pride of Arizona
Bully Breed Advocacy & Community Resource Center.
Providing the community with bully breed education, shelter system information, offering training tips, trainer referrals and foster dog training classes. Information regarding bully breed housing and insurance and offering courtesy postings of stray dogs and shelter dogs to promote adoptions. If there is available committed foster, we will intake a rescue from time to time.
Bully Pride of Arizona advocates against the inhumane activity of dogfighting, chaining and the unethical practice of backyard breeding. Striving to help bully breeds obtain a positive image through education despite the image that the general public has of them due to misinformation and media sensationalism. Promoting spaying/neutering and responsible bully ownership.

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