FREE SPAY/NEUTER CLINICS FOR PIT BULLS
With community support, Save-a-Bull offers free spay/neuter clinics for pit bulls in the Twin Cities.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
FAST FIVE with Griffey
1. Food: Piggy or picky? So so so piggy! He will eat anything.
2. Dog beds: Sleep on or unstuff? Dog bed? Heck no he’s going straight to the human bed.
3. Travel: Car rides or car sick? Loves car rides and insists on them
4. Water: No way or splash all day? In between- he will get his feet wet and may venture a little further if other dogs are swimming.
5. Seasons: A day in the sun or a day in the snow? Day in the sun- he gets cold fairly quickly
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Q: What’s the most rewarding experience you’ve had as a volunteer so far?
I absolutely love knowing that all of our hard work and money we raise goes to helping our Save-a-Bull pups. I love seeing our dogs find there forever homes and seeing updates on how they are doing.
Responsible Dog Ownership
Many, if not most, of the dogs that come to Save-a-Bull are here because of unwanted litters, breed stereotypes or behavioral issues – all that could have been prevented through responsible dog ownership. With proper training, awareness and appropriate care, most dogs can stay in their homes and never end up in rescue.
Here are some resources to help you be the great owner your dog deserves and to assist you in becoming an advocate of proper pet care.
It’s been a puppy-filled few months for Save-a-Bull Rescue! In December pregnant mama Perdy gave birth to eight babies, and just as they were old enough to move to solid foods, we took in another litter of eight. Then, two weeks later, yet another 10 puppies came to rescue!read more
Mange is a difficult issue to treat, but the outcome is generally very good given enough time and diligent TLC. Save-a-Bull volunteers are some of the most dedicated people you’ll ever meet and will never hesitate to take in and help one of these dogs.read more
The great thing about opening a kid’s eyes to something new, is that they then go out and share their newfound knowledge with others! There’s no way of knowing how much impact that child will have on the people around him – but it’s an amazing thing to consider!read more