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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.


    Click on the logo to go to their Facebook page!





Click on the logo to go to their Facebook page!


Boise Bully Breed Rescue accepts bully breed dogs that have a very difficult time coping with the shelter environment, have become kennel stressed or have simply run out of time.  Rescue volunteers recruit foster homes with the goal of providing socialization along with a loving, secure and stable environment. Foster families provide feedback regarding the dogs behavior, characteristics, and the type of home recommended as suitable for an adoptive forever home. Rescue dogs are also fostered and boarded in doggie daycares and boarding facilities.

If you are fond of this misunderstood breed and are interested in fostering, volunteering or adopting please refer to the POLICY SECTION and fill out an application or 

applications are located in right hand corner of each facebook site.





Boise Bully Breed Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, which means the rescue is dependent on generous tax deductible donations. The rescue needs donations for funding for medical, training and boarding needs. 






Please click on the links below for very entertaining and enlightening videos/songs!

"Pit Bull Blues" by John Shippe

"Pit Bull Rescue Woman" by John Shippe could be for our very own Cathleen and all of the wonderful BBBR volunteers!





OWNER SURRENDERS & STRAYS: 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 rehome your dog please read here.
If you have FOUND a dog, please
take the dog to your local shelter and file a found report.