I rescued an emaciated stray pit bull from a hiking trail in San Fernando Valley and because I couldn’t take him in myself, I reluctantly took him to the shelter. I checked on him twice a week and the day he was red-listed I desperately looked for a rescue to take him before they euthanzied him. Every one turned me down, but thankfully, Fresno Bully Rescue accepted him with a donation. When I brought him to their rescue, they were very friendly and patiently gave me all the time I needed to say my final goodbyes to my bully friend. I called once a week to check on how he was doing and while some rescues would be annoyed with my regularly calling, the FBR was very nice about it and told me to call anytime. In less than a month, they found a good home for my pit bull and told me to feel free to check back to get updates on how he’s doing in his new home. With my experience with FBR, I found them to be very friendly, knowledgeable, and patient. They truly care about the dogs in their care and want them to go to permanent loving homes. Some rescues are great with dogs, but lack customer service for humans, NOT THE CASE with FBR, they are just as good with humans as they are with dogs.
WONDERFUL!!!!! So much fun and so fulfilling. My husband and I LOVE the bullies. We have two of our own and wanted to give some love and walks to some of the "kids" that really needed the time to stretch their legs. The folks that do this very time consuming labor of love are truly angels! We really enjoyed speaking with them almost as much as walking the dogs. The orchards surrounding the property are truly beautiful and to enjoy a nice long walk with a bully....hmmmm, heaven!