NSW Bull Terrier Rescue Inc. is an independent Rescue, but will still work closely with the newly formed group Victorian Bull Terrier Rescue.
Our aim is to work together to help bullies in need!
There is a careful screening process for all potential foster carers & owners, you will be required to complete an application form & will require a property inspection to ensure that your fences are adequate for a Bull Terrier. These procedures are in place to assist us in finding the right home for each Bull Terrier in our care. We will ask a lot of questions & also welcome questions from you.
ALL DOGS WHO ARE ADOPTED THROUGH NSWBTR ARE DESEXED, MICRO-CHIPPED, WORMED AND VACCINATED. Adoption fees will apply for each dog.
NSWBTR Inc. recommend that Bull Terriers are kept on a lead at all times when out and about. A Bull Terrier is a powerful dog and will often be boisterous in play, so could inadvertently frighten either a small child or another animal should they be running free.
NSWBTR Inc. promotes responsible dog ownership and we believe that it is in the best interest of our beloved breed to err on the side of caution. So even if your dog has the greatest temperament, it is wise to protect yourself and your dog from a potentially difficult situation.
To assist our new owners, Hanrob Pet Hotels offer 2 (two) free group training classes for any dog that is adopted through NSWBTR Inc..
These classes take place every Saturday at Hanrob Pet Hotels, Heathcote which is based at 1800 Princess Hwy Heathcote 2233.
The requirement would be for new owners to undertake these free classes within 4 to 6 weeks of rehoming to assist both owner and dog with the transition of their new pet life into their life.
NSWBTR Inc. also have guidelines to assist our potential owners and we recommend that you read these prior to applying to foster or adopt a Bull Terrier: http://www.australianbullterriers.com/breed-info-links–documents.html
Call: Peta Smith 0409 548 731
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