Hello Bully depends on our volunteers and supporters and is proud of the work we are able to do with your help. We couldn't do it
with out you. When we work together, anything is possible! Thank you!
Hello Bully needs volunteers in the Pittsburgh area. Click here to fill out our volunteer info form.
Many shelters and rescues rely on volunteer support. Call your local shelter or rescue and ask what you can do to help. You can also
check out online organizations such as http://www.volunteermatch.org/ to help you find a rescue or shelter near you. http://www.1-800-
save-a-pet.com/ has a “Lend a Helping Paw” area where you can fill out a Volunteer Profile.
Donate to a shelter, non-profit rescue or other non-profit Pit Bull-friendly organization. Some sites offer sponsoring opportunities to help
specific dogs that have special needs or medical problems. Contact your local shelter to see what they need. Many shelters count on
donations of blankets, dog food, cleaning supplies and other items necessary to keep a shelter running.
Shelter life can be very stressful on any animal. Some dogs develop behavior problems in shelters, making them less adoptable. You
can help by keeping a dog in a home environment until they can find their forever family. If you are interested in fostering for Hello Bully,
please fill out our foster agreement here. Our fosters help keep dogs out of the shelter system until we can find them a great home.
There are countless Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes who are homeless and just waiting for the chance to steal your heart. Please do your
homework before adopting. When you adopt a pet, you are making a lifelong commitment. If you are thinking of buying from a breeder,
please reconsider. Every dog purchased from a breeder is one less home available for a homeless animal. Be a part of the solution.
Over 25% of shelter and rescue animals are purebred, so no matter what you are looking for – you are likely to find it.
Be a breed ambassador. If you are planning on being a Pit Bull owner, be a responsible one. Bring your dogs to training classes, and if
possible, have them achieve the Canine Good Citizen Award. This shows the public that the American Pit Bull Terrier is not the monster
the media would have you believe they are, that they can be amazing family companions.
Spay / Neuter
Every pet should be spayed or neutered. Do not contribute to the problem of homeless animals by allowing yours to reproduce. The
"Just One Litter" mentality is a huge contribution or to overpopulation. More than 7 million animals are killed each year because of a
lack of good homes. There are also countless heath benefits for your animal, including a lowered risk of many cancers as well as a
decrease in desire to roam. You can find affordable services in your area by visiting SpayUSA or Friends of Animals