What Slugger City Bully Buddies,Inc. does....
We work hard to educate the community.
Bullies are energetic, athletic, eager to please, intelligent, and very strong. They need a lot of exercise, attention, and a job!
We also promote spay/neuter, microchipping, vaccinations, city licenses, and enrollment in obedience/training classes and/or some kind of activity such as weight pulling.
Periodically we offer free educational classes for everyone, and free obedience/CGC classes for bully breed owners.
We raise awareness about pit bulls and other bully breeds. They are not vicious breeds of dog, they will not “turn” on you, their jaws do not "lock," and they adore people - especially children!
These are all common misconceptions that people fall for and that is what we are working to change.
We’ll show you that pit bulls make great family pets, therapy dogs, SAR dogs, athletes, or just cuddle bugs!
We are advocates. These dogs do not have a voice of their own and have a lot going against them.
Slugger City Bully Buddies wants to change the perception of all bully breed types of dogs. With the help and support of the community, we hope to get there soon!
Slugger City Bully Buddies, Inc. is not a rescue.
If you have a bully in need of rescue, foster, or re-homing we will be more than happy to help you spread the word or point you towards the direction of a rescue that may be able to help.
There is ALWAYS a need for foster families. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent for a bully, please contact us.
Although Slugger City Bully Buddies, Inc. is not a rescue, there are other ways to help bullies in shelters, rescues, or in need of re-homing.
Networking through social media is a great way to help bullies that need rescue, fosters, sponsorship, re-homing, adoption, or transport.
Spread the word and save a life!
While working with rescues and shelters, Slugger City Bully Buddies, Inc. makes a weekly trip down to the city shelter to take photographs of bully breeds that are scheduled for euthanasia in hopes of finding them rescues, fosters, or homes before it's too late.
This also gives us a chance to get them out of their kennels for some much needed love and attention.