All of our breed ambassadors have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped. A certified dog trainer is available to assist adopters and foster parents with training questions or behavior problems. You will have the opportunity to meet a few of our Ambassador Bullies at some of our events.
Boise Bully Breed Rescue, Boise Black Dog Rescue and Boxer Rescue of Boise accept dogs from shelters that are kennel stressed or have run out of time in the shelter. There are NO exceptions. The dog information sheet (Intake Form) must be filled out by the designated shelter representative and submitted to BBBR prior to acceptance of the dog. Pictures of the dogs's entire body including face, legs and rear must be submitted. Copies of health records and transfer paperwork must be on the transport with the dog or e-mailed to the rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption fees will not be paid by BBBR.
THE RESCUE DOES NOT ACCEPT OWNER SURRENDERS OR STRAYS.
THE RESCUE ONLY WORKS WITH SHELTERS AND ONLY ACCEPTS DOGS FROM SHELTERS:
Boise Bully Breed Rescue and its extension programs Boxer Rescue of Boise and Boise Black Dog Rescue accept Bully Type Breed dogs, as well as black dogs of any breed, FROM SHELTERS ONLY. Please refer to the tips on re-homing your dog. The rescue wishes you the very best at locating a safe, loving and secure home for your dog.
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THIS RESCUE REQUESTING THE RESCUE ACCEPT YOUR DOG, PROVIDE MEDICAL CARE FOR YOUR DOG, OR BOARDING OR TRAINING FOR YOUR DOG.
This rescue ONLY accepts dogs from shelters that are kennel stressed or have run out of time. There are NO exceptions. If you need to re-home your dog please read here. If you have found a dog, please take the dog to your local shelter and file a "found" report. Shelter Intake Form
If you have a rescue inquiry please email BoiseBBR@gmail.com. Your email will be forwarded to the appropriate volunteer.
Quality foster families are always needed. Consider being a "bridge" for a pitty in need. Many are in need of loving humans to take care of them, in some cases to let them know not all humans are bad, until their forever families come along. Please read our Fostering Process then click on the Applications link fill out a Foster Parent application.
Going for a hike? Consider taking one of our kenneled dogs with you! (You must be pre-qualified....) A break from being in a kennel most of the day is always welcomed!
Interested in Fostering?
All of the dogs with Boise Bully Breed Rescue stay in foster homes or boarding while they patiently wait to find their new forever homes. Foster homes are the most important aspect of the rescue. Foster families help allow the rescue to learn more about the foster dog and gain valuable information.
1.) The potential foster parent(s) must be at least 18 years of age and all members of the home must be in agreement.
2.) If you currently rent your home, please contact your landlord prior to submitting an application.
3.) For your current animals’ safety, we require that all current animals in the home be up-to-date on their vaccinations and spayed/neutered.
Fostering a dog is a serious commitment for the duration of foster care. Please ensure your circumstances permit you to make this commitment at the time of your application. We understand issues arise, but we expect the dog to reside in your care for the duration of their stay with the rescue.
The process starts by the potential foster home filling out a foster application
Interested in Adopting?
We are excited to help you find a great addition to your family and we understand that you are excited too. Please read the following points as they are directly relate to the adoption process.
1.) The potential adopter must be at least 18 years of age.
2.) All animals in the adoptive home must be spayed/neutered and vaccinated.
3.) If you currently rent your home, please contact your landlord prior to submitting an application.
How to Begin the Process
To begin the process, please fill out the pre-adoption application. The pre-adoption application must be filled out so that we may review your information and decide if you are the best possible home for the dog.
Based on the information provided in your application we may suggest an alternate dog for your family.
Most of the rescue dogs are strays that have ended up in shelters. As such, we do not have a complete history on the dog. The information we have is rescue volunteer feedback, shelter information and trainer assessments. Once we have received your application, the Adoption/Foster Coordinator will contact you to discuss the potential matches for your family.
Once a match has been made, we will make arrangements to do a brief home check.
Adopting a dog is a serious commitment for the life of the dog. Please ensure that your circumstances permit you to make this commitment.