Biggies Bullies is very public based. They actively work with the public to help the bully breeds. They have an exchange program...send in a prong collar and they will give you a freedom harness. They have a food pantry and foster based rescue. They are also a great resource to find training for your dog. They work with other rescues for vaccination clinics. All around looking to keep dogs happy and healthy with their homes, or placing bullies in new homes, a few dogs at a time. A well established and effective rescue.
Fantastic Rescue that takes dogs in from shelters and places them in foster homes. What makes Biggies great is that they take the time to let their dogs decompress, and then see their personalities emerge so that the dogs can be placed in the most appropriate homes. All dogs are spayed/ neutered, up to date on shots and fully vetted. Wonderful organization!
Biggies Bullies has been in operation for 5 years and has placed 70 rescued pitbulls. The non -profit is home based with additional foster families also taking in the dogs til they find their forever home. Thorough home studies are done before finding the right home for the right dog. All dogs are chipped, medically ready, temperament tested, and have lived in a home environment. Allison Stetz is the president of this 501(c)3 organization. As one of the recipients of one of her senior dogs, I can vouch for the excellent job they do.