Welcome to Absolute Bull Terrier


Registered Charity No: 1165661

Celebrating 11 years of rescuing and rehoming Bull Terriers in June 2022 

This website is full of information regarding adoption, training and events. 

If you look at the top of this page you will see the tabs covering these and many more topics. 


 We hope you find the website informative and

helpful, should have any questions please e-mail:



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Thank you for your continued support!

 Absolute Bull Terrier Rescue continues to receive 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 we need more experienced foster homes.
We are also always in need of help from people with Bull Terrier experience, to help with dog assessments, homechecks, transport runs etc.

  Please get in touch by email

or by Facebook using the link below 


Here are a few of the bullies that we have been able to help.

As an example : on 4.2.2017 at 9.46am we received an email from a gentleman needing to re-home his Bullie as quickly as possible. We were able to respond to by email before lunchtime and one of the coordinators was able to call to find out more details before 2.00pm. We arranged for the bullie to be picked up that evening and taken into an experienced overnight foster home for further assessment. 

Another example : 02.4.21 at 9:55am we received a call from a lady asking for help to save a Bullie whose owners had been advised by the vet to put to sleep.  The young Bull Terrier was displaying bad behaviours and the owners felt they could no longer cope.  Our Coordinator arranged to meet the dog and after assessment felt that in the right home, the behaviours were workable.   The dog was taken to an experienced home for assessment and has since been successfully rehomed. 

Whilst some bullies need speedy attention, 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