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WE CHANGE THE WORLD
ONE DOG AT A TIME

Foster Homes Needed

Want to make a difference?

Consider becoming a foster home today.

Foster homes needed for adults, puppies and nursing mothers with litters. Foster families truly are the backbone of the Rescue. Without fosters, we cannot save lives. Foster commitments can be anywhere from 2 weeks - 4 months depending on the dog and it's needs.

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Featured Adoptables

All dogs come spay/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. If interested in filling out an application, please do so under the 'adopt' tab. All interested adopters must fill out an application before a meet and greet can be arranged.

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Meet Cece! Formerly known as "Cybele". This sweet girl came to SSBR from one of our Louisiana partnering shelters where she had to be trapped, heavily pregnant and scared to death. She was just days from giving birth and likely was never a pet or companion before. She was terrified. She immediately was transported to FL so she could have her puppies in a loving foster home. Within a little time, with a little patience and TLC, she blossomed. She will likely have to go through a transition period in a new home but if any dog deserves a happy ever after, it's Cece! She is good with other dogs. She has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.

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Meet Jolie! Jolie came to SSBR when she was found running stray with her two puppies. Her puppies of course have been scooped up but this beautiful girl is still looking for her forever home. She is about 1-2 years old and a stunning Champagne tri-color Bully. She is good with other dogs. She is super sweet and mild mannered. She is crate trained and housebroken. She has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.

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Meet Josie! If any dog has truly had a transformation, it is this beauty queen! Josie came to SSBR from one of our rural Louisiana partnering shelters where she was picked up as a stray. She was overbred, under cared for, skinny and had little hope for help. Just the SSBR type! She was transported to a local vet who started her treatment plan while she awaited transport to FL. She had double Entropion surgery (eye surgery), was spayed and is currently finishing Heartworm treatment. We are super glad to report, she looks like a whole new dog! She's chunky, confident, has clear eyes and is the sweetest dog ever. She is dog friendly and housebroken.

Southern states bully rescue is a 501c3 rescue organization dedicated to saving lives throughout the 'southern states'

Contact:
haley0076@gmail.com
ariellelyles@gmail.com
jaimejurgenson@gmail.com

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