We are reaching out to you for HELP! We are a small 501(c)(3) all-volunteer run organization that operates solely on your donation support, fundraising and adoption fees. We are neither city-funded nor grant-supported, and right now, we are in dire need of assistance. Our rescue is not known for pulling the “easy” dogs. We pull seniors, hospice dogs, parvo and distemper babies, and most dogs we pull are heartworm positive. We have rescued two dogs with broken femurs, several mange dogs, dogs with ringworm, fearful dogs and several with upper respiratory infections. Finding new committed fosters has been a challenge for us. We are closed for intake and cannot be rescuing any more adult dogs or puppies while we have dogs in boarding and puppies in foster homes. Please visit our FUNDRAISING page to see our Fall 2015 events.
As an all volunteer 501(c)(3) organization, we are dedicated to improving the lives of the American Pit Bull Terrier/American Staffordshire Terrier and Pit Bull type dogs and restoring their image. We will improve their lives and restore a positive image through outreach, education, initiation of offering a spaying/neutering program for families who adopt or already own a Pit Bull type dog, and educating the community about responsible pet ownership.
We rescue Pit Bulls that are abused, neglected, and that have ended up in high-kill shelters throughout the state of Texas. We are not a shelter; all of our dogs are placed into a foster care program where they will be kept indoors, socialized, housebroken, and taught basic obedience lessons. We would love to save every Pit Bull that ends up in a Texas shelter, but realistically, we can only save as many dogs as we have foster families. Responsible foster homes are one of the most important roles of this organization and without foster families we will not be able to exist.
Don’t BULLY Me Rescue envisions a world in which the American Pit Bull Terrier and all Pit Bull type dogs are free from neglect, abuse and discrimination. We strive to reduce the number of this breed in shelters across the state of Texas.