Peace, Love & Rescue

Adore-A-Bull Rescue is non-profit corporation, which has 501(c)(3) taxable contribution status with the IRS.

Upcoming Events

Come visit us and our adoptable dogs at an upcoming event.


Every dog deserves a great home and every home deserves a great dog. Adopt one of our lovable bullies and discover a love like no other. Click here to download an adoption application. Once completed, please email it to


Fostering a dog may seem like a formidable task, but it's a very tangible way to make a difference. Everyone benefits: The foster volunteer gets to spend time with a special dog, and the kennel gains space for a new dog. Click here for a foster application. Once completed, please email it to


100% of your donation will go towards helping us fulfill our mission: to improve public perception and support responsible ownership of pit bull dogs through education, advocacy, and rescue. Adore-A-Bull Rescue does not receive any government funding, nor do we have a paid professional fund raiser or paid administrative staff. Our organization consists solely of volunteers. Our support comes directly from you and goes directly towards the feeding, medical care, spaying/neutering of the dogs in our care.

Get Involved

Be a part of the change! We need you! We are constantly looking for help. Please consider getting involved. Everyone is welcome and appreciated!

Latest From The Blog

  • 2018 Calendar

    To enter a photo, it’s $5 to submit (pay via paypal and on the notes, say your name and your pup’s name. and then email us ( the picture […]

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  • Max

    **Warning – graphic photos in this album**


    We wanted to give you a sneaky peak under the tent that we call rescue. Most of the photos you see us post are dogs who are available or have been adopted. We rarely […]

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  • Grayson

    Puppy prayers for one of our newest pups, Grayson. We just pulled him this week and his now in the hospital for severe psneumonia. We are so thankful we were able to get him out of the shelter environment and […]

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