Brew City Bully Club

Rating: 4.87 stars   118 reviews

Address:

395A Forest Grove Drive Pewaukee WI 53072 USA

Mission:

Our mission statement: To rehabilitate the reputation of pit bull type dogs while reducing fear in the community. We are Changing Minds and Saving Lives.

Results:

Advocacy/Education Booths -157 ** Owners Supported - 797 ** Rabies and Distemper Shots - 150 ** Microchips - 42 ** Supply Bags - 50 ** Spays and Neuters - 512 ** Rescues - 87 ** Animal Allies - over 2,000 children educated

Target demographics:

People who own pit bull type dogs, the dogs themselves and people who area afraid...

Geographic areas served:

Milwaukee & Waukesha Counties in WI

Programs:

Advocacy & Education - Community Booths, Awareness Ads, Pit Bull University/Seminars Owner Support - Low Cost Resources: Shots, Microchips, Spay & Neuter Vouchers, Food, Training, and Supplies End Dogfighting in Milwaukee - Animal Allies, Urban Education & Outreach, Compassion Team Rescue - Foster, Adoption, Rescue

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Reviews for Brew City Bully Club

Rating: 5 stars   Featured Review

1 person found this review helpful

This is a most excellent organization. I have been involved with them for over a year. They make sound decisions about the dogs that they rescue and foster. I have watched them work for good in our community and am thrilled to be part of their volunteer team. I choose to be involved with my time and money because I trust them and the work that they do

 
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This is an excellent non-profit group . They rescue, they teach and they advocates not just for pit bulls for for proper treatment of all dogs!!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Have it be bigger

Would you volunteer for this group again?

Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

Would you recommend this group to a friend?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

 
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1 person found this review helpful

Am awesome organization, rescues, educates and fights sgdinst dog-fighting

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

More money to be able to do more

Would you volunteer for this group again?

Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

Would you recommend this group to a friend?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2013

 
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Rating: 5 stars  

I first learned about Brew City Bully Club when I got my first "bully breed" puppy about 3 years ago. I attended their annual meeting that year and never looked back after listening to Michelle speak. I started volunteering and try to help out as much as I can. This organization does amazing things for pit bull type dogs, dogs in general, and our city! They are educating children and our communities, providing low cost vet clinics, advocating for dogs that don't have a voice, and doing rescue on top of it! No matter how busy everyone is, they always have time for questions and are a great support system. What they have been able to do in less than 10 years is so admirable! Love my Brew City family!!!

 
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Great education and advocacy programs that change people's minds and hearts.

 
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I have been volunteering at BCBC for many years. BCBC is full of fun, caring and motivated people. They put on many great events to not only raise money so they can continue programs that help people and their dogs (spay and neuters, shots, etc.), but to also educate people on pit bulls. I especially like that they go into schools to teach children how to treat animals and not to be afraid of pit bull type dogs. I am very thankful for this group and the advocacy they do for these GREAT dogs!

 
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I got involved with Brew City Bully Club after my town was considering passing Breed Specific Legislation. Without them I wouldn't have even known this was going on and how it would ultimately effect me because I already owned a pitbull type dog. I went to the meetings to show support and learn more. Luckily, the BSL laws weren't passed but I wanted to educate myself more about the topic and about pitbull type dogs in general. Michelle has a heart of gold and is excellent at explaining the facts. She truly cares not only about these dogs but our community and educating future generations. From there I started volunteering with the resue dogs at Brew City. We then fostered one of the dogs and ended up making him a permanent family member. We love both of our pitbulls and love helping change peoples minds about the breed! Thank you Brew City for all you do!

 
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1 person found this review helpful

There is no bullsh*t with this pitbull nonprofit. Educate and rehabilitate.

 
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Rating: 1 stars  

I've been involved with volunteering for BBBC & I usually attend their fundraising events. Love everything they stand for & support them always!

 
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2 people found this review helpful

This organization is amazing! Brew City is a true advocate for pit bulls in offering our community, schools, and police education on these loving dogs. The owner, Michelle, is as genuine as they come and has a passion to make a difference for the better. I have been volunteering for Brew City for years and truly respect all the work this organization does in the community.

 
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Amazing organization! They educate, advocate, help with training, and rescue. Most of all their passion to make a difference comes through and engages people to listen and to think about their message. I love volunteering for them and look forward to every event and helping being apart of their mission.

 
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2 people found this review helpful

I first got involved with the Brew City Bully Club a few years back. I have been to most of their events, and stopped by most of their booths ever since. I then became a volunteer. I just had to work with these wonderful people, who are doing so much good! The dedication of this group is amazing. They are very compassionate to those who are in need of help, whether it training tips, resources such as vet care, food, etc. If they don't have the answer, they will find out for you and steer you in the right direction. With the reputation that pit bull type dogs have had, this group works tirelessly to educate people about the "breed". They are trying to end dogfighting by starting right at the source, educating today's youth about how wonderful and loving pit bulls are, as well as how to care for a dog in their home. They are helping people who aren't able to pay a vet for vaccinations for their dogs, by having low cost Pet Health Clinics. They offer spay and neuter resources, so there are less pit bulls entering the shelters every day. They also do rescue! How cool is that? This group is exactly what pt bulls need. They actually help the community, while also doing rescue. I will support them and volunteer until the end of my days... LOVE the BCBC!!!

 
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2 people found this review helpful

The Brew City Bully Club is a great organization that helps the Milwaukee area with education and advocacy for bully breed dogs. They are involved in many different programs and work very hard with local organization such as MADACC and local law enforcement agencies.

The owner of the BCBC is extremely dedicated to this cause and if you choose to get involved and volunteer some of your time, you will surely be inspired by how dedicated this group is to what they believe in.

Though there are some that have had negative experiences with this group, this is a small non-profit that is run mostly by volunteers. In addition, they take a very firm view on the beliefs the organization stands for. Criticism is inevitable in this arena, but make no mistake that this organization is dedicated to its causes and works very hard with the resources it has. It's been a blessing to be associated with this group.

 
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I have been involved with the Brew City Bully Club for around 3 years. Our mission is to rehabilitate the reputation of "pit bull" type dogs, educate the general public and make the local communities safer. The people who coordinate and run this organization are dedicated, passionate, and loving people.

There are several different ways that the BCBC helps fulfill it's mission. The outreach program goes to public events to help convey clear information about these dogs to the public. The goal here is to raise awareness about these dogs and help the communities better understand their special qualities.

The BCBC also provides owner support. There are several volunteers with lots of dog training experience that are available to answer specific questions or help your training needs. One program offered for the public is owner support groups. These are one hour sessions that help you form a strong bond with your dog through training and confidence building. If you prefer something more private, BCBC does private training also!

There are many other programs that the Brew City Club offers, most of which are offered to the public at little or no cost. I have been involved both as a volunteer and a recipient of their services and my experiences have been fantastic.

Would you volunteer for this group again?

Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

A lot

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Quite well

Would you recommend this group to a friend?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

 
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