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
They're one of the best charity groups out there to help people with their bullies because of the stereotypic people of Belize a lot of people that's don't like to deal with them but they're willing to help they understand it's not the dog it's what's on the other end of the leash very nice group love him to death I wish them all the best luck in the world to keep going
Their unselfish acts and generosity is outstanding. They are true believers in what they want to accomplish
They are awesome! Educating people on the wonderful world of pitbulls. I adopted my boxer pit from the humane society. They helped me to understand her and provide a safe environment for her to run around and get some quality exercise without the fear of the intrusion of other dogs.
Brew City Bully Club does so many amazing things, rescuing and fostering, community outreach and their wonderful yard, where my dogs can safely run and play frisbee and fetch off-leash. I love that they work to increase understanding and compassion, and to help both dogs and their owners to create a healthier, happier world.
Such an incredible non profit that has done so much work to restore the reputation of our beloved pit bull type dogs! They have helped so many dogs find their furever homes and I can't wait to continue to watch the great things that they do!!
Brew City is a wonderful organization. They do some much for the community, including non-biased education about pit-bull type dogs, vaccination clinics, dog days, and many other events that support the mission of changing minds and saving lives! I have volunteered with this organization for almost 2 years now. I have watched this organization better the lives of dogs and dog owners alike. The work Michelle, Victoria, and Beth do, along with the many volunteers, is truly inspiring and I am proud to say I am a Brew city Bully club volunteer!
Such a great organization out there spreading the word about pit bull type breeds. There are so many misconceptions and stereo types and out right lies about these types of dogs. And Michelle and her crew are out there spreading the word and educating people about the true nature of these wonderful pets and the cruel and inhumane treatment they have been receiving. Take a moment and go to their website and get the facts and thank them for all the hard work they do for this wonderful breed. Thank you.
I volunteer for Brew city as a dog day volunteer. Families bring their pups to run around in a safe, fun playard (much like any other dog park), the only exception is that they are the only one/s. I have heard from many families that this is the most AWESOME idea, not only for reactive dogs, but for all. All are eager to return on another day!
BCBC advocates tirelessly on behalf of a dog breed that has been unfairly discriminated against and taken advantage of. On a shoestring budget, they offer services that educate and enable people to be responsible and successful dog parents. I truly appreciate the dog days service they offer where an owner can bring her dogs to run free and safe in a large enclosed yard without having to worry about encountering other people or dogs. Every dog at every level of sociability should be allowed the chance to be carefree and have fun.
This rescue is amazing!! The work they are doing really helps promote such an awesome breed of dogs! They hold tide and true to their mission and keep the dogs best interest first at all times. Such an incredible group of people!
Love, love their stories on Facebook! Pitties are one of the most loyal and loving dogs I've ever met.
Love the way they help pit type dogs- while also educating people to help prevent future abuse or bsl
I wish I lived closer to participate in their events, but 100 support their cause helping the Bully Breed! They are the best!!!
In March 2018, nearly 3 years after my husband and I adopted our first pitbull, I attended BCBC's Pitbull University with my mom and one of my sisters, even though we'd all spent the last three years researching and arming ourselves against the naysayers, they still had so much more to teach us! I love their message, their mission, and how they present themselves. What stuck with me most was "You can't fight hate with hate." It's hard but it's the only way pitbull lovers will succeed in making people see all dogs are equally deserving of love! I also love their Dog Days facility, we don't have a fenced yard and our pitbull is both dog and human reactive, it's such a great place to let her run free with our other two pups.
Thank you for the opportunity to see the property, the old wolf sanctuary, and interact with the puppies helping them socialize. Also, we participated in a bike rally to raise both funds and awareness. The event was well organized.
This amazing group is dedicated to breaking down the stereotypes of pitbulls. Thanks to them, I was able to adopt our amazing pitbull, Rentao. He is a survivor of a dog fighting bust and with their help he learned how to be a dog again! We will forever be grateful for the amazing work this group does.
This group was instrumental in helping educate and train both my pitbull and my mother (who had never met a pittie before). We participated in class and had support with nail trimming and attended other activities at minimal cost. The founders and volunteers work hard to keep the positive image of this great breed within this city. Thank you for all you do BCBC