Fresno Bully Rescue: Breaking Stereotypes One Bully at a Time
Aug 04, 2016 04:01PM
● By Melanie Heisinger
Fresno Bully Rescue Shelter Director, Bridgette Boothe, with two of her pups.
Alongside being a rescue, FBR also offers classes to educate the community, including educational services and therapy services.
We were lucky enough to get in touch with Shelter Director Bridgette Boothe and learn more about the amazing work FBR is doing.
Tell me about Fresno Bully Rescue. How did it get started?
Shelters became flooded with bully-breed dogs, most of which never made it out alive. FBR saw the need for rescue of this often misunderstood and overpopulated breed and formed Fresno Bully Rescue as a result of that. Fresno Bully Rescue not only works to serve the central valley, but also the entire state of California. Its the only breed-specific rescue with a shelter facility of its kind in the entire state.
How long have you personally been a part of Fresno Bully Rescue? What is your role there?
What is the mission?
What is one of the most inspiring & memorable moments you've had since being with Fresno Bully Rescue?
How can people get involved?
Is there any upcoming projects we should know about?
There is also a contest the ASPCA is currently putting on in support of local animal shelters and rescues. They will choose one shelter to receive a $150,000 grant, with five more shelters receiving $15,000 grants as well.
You can nominate Fresno Bully Rescue by visiting the contest website.
For more information about Fresno Bully Rescue, you can visit their website or their Facebook page.
Have you or someone you know adopted a dog from Fresno Bully Rescue? Tell us about your experience by contacting us!