We are pleased to introduce Orange, a beautiful, cuddly bullie girl who is a year and 5 months old and based in Brighton at present.

She's loved other doggies (apart from hyperactive puppies), gets on with any other canines from Chihuahuas to Great Danes.

Nothing can stand between her and her walks, she happily braves the rain, unlike many bullies. She is wonderfully well behaved on and off the lead equally.

She loves her humans passionately and sometimes gets a bit over-excited, and loves nothing more than cuddle up after every walk on the bed. Her other favourite activity is training and she has plenty of party tricks to entertain us and guests alike. She probably gives the most perfect paw for a bull terrier, but can also wave, high five, go around, crawl etc. 

Apart from a misbehaving dew claw, she never had any medical problems, but she does eat one of the best dry dog food on the market (Lily's Kitchen) supplemented with her favourites: honey, peanut butter and smoked cheese.

She fetches some balls (selectively sometimes), loves tug-of-war (plays really politely) and loves to chew on antlers. She never had problems with separation anxiety, she can spend up to 6 hours alone crated in the kitchen without making a sound, she just sleeps like a baby.

She's quite cautious and shy with strangers and terrified of children, but these issues can be worked on. Her fear of men has already improved in the last couple of months. Little Orange also has a guarding problem which resulted in her biting both her current owners and due to the their subconscious anxiety around her she needs to find a new home that has experience of being able to deal with this issue and help her improve.

She needs a loving but firm new owner who can make her the happy puppy she is on her best days, but can deal with and put a stop to her rare, occasional aggression as well.
If you have experience and you think Orange is the bullie for you then please get in touch with Absolute by completing an application form. 

22.9.14 GOOD NEWS!!: Orange has found a new home. We are just waiting for confirmation that she has settled in with her new family and all is well. 



Absolute Bull Terriers receives enquiries every day from all over the UK about Bullies in need of assistance/re-homing. 

  In order for the Absolute Co-ordinators to be able to keep up with the demand of bullies coming in and then being able to get them to their forever homes we need help.
We are in desperate need of help from people with Bull Terrier experience.
We need volunteers to assist with the following:






Here is a selection of lovely bullies that we have been able to help with your support.

Please get in touch by email 
or by Facebook using the link below

(As an example today 3.4.14 at 10.10am we received an email from a lady needing to re-home her bullie male dog as quickly as possible. We were able to respond to her by email at 12.03pm and one of the co-ordinators called the owner and found out more details at 2.00pm. We were able to arrange for the bullie to be picked up this evening and taken into overnight foster. Some bullies do need speedy attention and some are not so desperate, each and every situation is different but with your help we can continue to do what we do and that's rescue as many of this beloved breed as possible)

Thank You

Thank you

Absolute Bull Terriers would like to say a huge 
 to Barb Sandle of Barbarellas, Buxton for her kind 
donation towards bullie's under the care of ABT.

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