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Bully Breeds

Fresno Bully Rescue: River

IN THE June 16 ISSUE

FROM THE 2018 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
SECTIONS

by Terese Shaw


We weren’t very clever in naming her; it’s where our staff found her, early one morning in February of 2016. When the cute little blue and white female was spotted, she was hanging out on a cliff near the bottom of the San Joaquin River, right down the road from our shelter facility.

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Fresno Bully Rescue: Rescuing a Senior

IN THE November 18 ISSUE

FROM THE 2017 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
SECTIONS

by Terese Shaw


We hear it frequently, “I want to adopt a puppy, so it can grow up with us.” Puppies are cute and can be molded somewhat, but do have their own personalities. There are many solid reasons to consider an adult as a first choice when you’re ready to add a four-legged member to your family.

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by Becky Holly


In rescue we sometimes tend to focus on all of the animals who are not safe, who we cannot help, and the overwhelming number of them needing us. At the end of every year, we find ourselves emotionally and physically exhausted. At Fresno Bully Rescue, we are fortunate to be graced with warm-hearted, volunteers, adopters, and supporters who continually amaze and energize us.

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by Karey Wedemeyer


My dog, Blue, died in July of this year. Anyone who has lost a pet understands how very difficult this is. The heartbreak is deep. Your house doesn’t sound the same. Paw-pitter-patter silence is almost unbearable. Toys, blankets, and food dishes are left in place because removing them doesn’t seem right. It’s been a tough time, yet there is also a side of me that feels content and grateful.

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by Karey Wedemeyer


When the emaciated, badly injured, young Pit Bull arrived at Abby Pet Hospital on September 30, 2013, we could tell that he had a tragic history. He was originally found by a Good Samaritan; he had a horrific leg injury that appeared to be days old by the time he came into our care. We assumed that he had been hit and run over by a car, and then left to roam the streets with a broken and degloved leg.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Often Bully breed dogs, such as Pit Bull Terriers, are tainted with a bad reputation, and in some cities, they are even banned. However, they have a friend and ally in the Valley in Fresno Bully Rescue.

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