FAQs - Hopefully you can find some answers to your questions here.


Need a Rescue?

Finding a rescue to take your dog can be daunting. Most are full, below is a list of email addresses for some of the other Texas Bully rescues. Please try them to see if they have any space or can refer you somewhere. Thanks for trying to help abandoned animals!

Email Addresses:
adorabulls@gmail.com
jolie.alamocitypitbull@gmail.com
barc.aid@houstontx.gov
beenbulliedrescue@gmail.com
info@bravebullyrescue.com
bullieddogsrescue@gmail.com
petadoptions@docpac.net
info@adoptfriends4life.org
info@homesforpets.org
bpittman@verizon.net
lotsaloverescue@yahoo.com
info@love-a-bull.org
morepaws2love@gmail.com
adoptabull.org@gmail.com
houstonbully@hotmail.com
info@southtexasbullyalliance.com
tgcbullterrierrescue@gmail.com
animalcontrol@vctx.org
waggintailzadoptions@gmail.com
pawsforrebelrescue@gmail.com


Found a dog?

Here are the steps to follow when you've found a dog.

(To be updated soon!)


Vaccinations?

We are not veterinarians, so seek a vet's advice for your dog's health care, but here are the generally accepted standards for vaccinations.

(To be updated soon!)

We can not impress on you the importance of keeping up with the vaccination schedule. Puppies are NOT fully protected with only one shot, and even when they have had all 3 necessary shots they can still be exposed to and contract distemper and parvo! Puppies should receive a series of vaccinations starting at six to eight weeks of age. A veterinarian should administer a minimum of three vaccinations at three- to four-week intervals. The final dose should be administered at 16 weeks of age.  Some adult dogs might receive certain vaccines annually, while other vaccines might be given every 3 years or longer.


Preparing for the Cold

Our first preference obviously is to bring them inside, but we understand that's not always possible, so here's some ideas of what you can do to provide them a safe warm place.

  1. Give them an insulated dog house with a nice warm blanket. You can also use hay if available, it will help provide some insulation they can burrow into. You can create an improvised dog/cat house by using a large plastic tub upside down and cutting a hole large enough for your pet to get inside. Place your blanket or hay inside and place the tub in an area that is blocked from the wind. This design also makes it easy to clean out when necessary.
  2. If you don't have a dog house, give them some kind of 3-sided wind block using the side of a building, plywood or at least some tarp, with a top to protect from rain. Again, give them some blankets and/or hay they can burrow into. And not just a flimsy sheet, but a nice warm blanket. Go get a cheap quilt or something. 🙂
  3. Affix a heat lamp where they can get somewhat close to it to stay warm in this protected area. *** BE CAREFUL*** with the placement of a heat lamp. You do not want your pet to be able to chew the cord, or get burned or worse yet cause a fire!