Pitty Paws Bully Rescue & Transport was started in April of 2018 and is a volunteer/foster-based, 501c3 non-profit, dedicated to rescuing & rehabilitating dogs in Texas.
PPBR rescues and rehomes all breeds, but their focus is the bully breeds that have been brought to the local kill shelter, abandoned or surrendered by their owners, or found stray on the streets.
Their mission includes putting an end to the negative stigma of pit bulls and bully breeds and to be true ambassadors of all breeds by promoting responsible dog ownership through education, training, respect for others (both human and canine), spay/neutering, and proper identification through microchipping are just some of the key components emphasized.
There are so many wonderful dogs waiting for their forever homes, many the result of irresponsible or uncontrolled breeding. PPBR ensures all rescues are spayed or neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated before being placed in a new adoptive home.
Education is just as important when owning a bully breed as well as any other breed of dog. PPBR strives to educate all foster and adoptive parents on the characteristics of their 'Pitty Paw' pup so that when they are confronted with myths and stereotypes, they can share facts instead.