Dogs Available



Please note: We DO NOT re-home bullies to homes with cats or very young children - please do not apply as your application will not be progressed any further. 


Absolute Bull Terrier Rescue have these lovely bullies looking for their forever homes. 

If you think you may be able to offer one of these fabulous Bull Terriers a loving home, please complete the Application Form.


                                                                                                                                           



Jazz

Age : 3 years old 
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinated: Yes
Good with dogs : No 
Good with children : Yes aged 10+ 
Medical Issues: None
Area : Liverpool




 
This gorgeous lady needs an experienced bull owner. Jazz is very good with people/children, loves to play, be kissed/ cuddled and is very happy being someone's constant companion.  She is an absolute delight within the home and just needs some who had a large garden to give her a chance. 

 

Jazz does love to travel in the car and can't wait to jump in. However, when out on/by foot she is 'alert' as soon as she leaves her home environment and is looking for other dogs. As soon as she sees another animal she can be a handful and this is where an experienced handler will be able to maintain control and work on improving her reaction over a period of time. If Jazz is allowed to get close enough to any dog she will snap at it.  

 

If you have a large secure garden, no other pets, have experience of working with a bullie that has little/zero animal socialisation skills, have a calm authoritative nature to remain in control when necessary please get in touch by sending in an application form





Buster 

Age : Approx 8 Years old 
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinations up to date: Yes
Good with dogs : Home as only dog 
Good with children : Yes 10+ 
Medical Issues: None
Area : Stoke on Trent

 

 


Buster has been in a kennels for far to long. When he 1st arrived there from a pound he wasin a really sad state. He was sore, and very under weight. When he first arrived he was actually a calming influence on Carrie one of our most hard to handle current kennel residents and she settled and walked beautifully with him.

Out and about on the kennel walks Buster walks impeccably with the other dogs, until one of them barks then he seems to get a bit anxious and has to be watched. Due to this behaviour we feel Buster will be best re-homed as an only dog and with someone who has had experience of bullies and their behaviour. 

 
Buster would love a home with someone around all or most of the time and someone who will take him out and about on plenty of fun walks. Buster does need someone willing to work on his manners whilst on a lead - he is very typically bully in the way that he lowers his head and shoulders and off he goes - he is not pull really hard and tends to settle once he reaches the end of the lead. 

Buster needs to be re-homed with dog sensible children aged 10 years plus. He has never shown an ounce of malice where humans are concerned but is definitely a bit over animated when giving you bully kisses and prone to nibbling your lip. He is of a happy nature and his tail is very rarely not wagging!

Wherever Buster has been up until now we do not feel he has had the best life. He deserves someone who knows not to let his stubborn side rule them but also that this middle aged boy now truly deserves a family who will dote on him and love him to within an inch of his life. He is special!.

Buster is vaccinated, kc vaccinated, flead, wormed, micro-chipped and neutered and currently in kennels in Stoke on Trent.    You will be prepared to travel to meet him.

 
If you can offer this boy a home please complete an application form. and we will then pass on your information to the kennels. A home-check and an adoption fee will apply.






Charlie

Age : 6 Years old 
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinations up to date: No
Good with dogs : Home as only dog 
Good with children : Yes 
Medical Issues: Skin allergy
Area : Swansea









This handsome boy is in need of a new home through no fault of his own. 

Charlie is a lovely boy, was very calm and welcoming when the assessor arrived. He needs some tlc - he is a little over weight, although not too bad considering he isn’t exercised at all and hasn't been for approximately a year. His skin is red and sore in places, especially his ears - this looks as though it could be related to his diet. His nails are quite long, and could do with a trim, again, this is due to him not being walked. He has a few scars on his body, and did need an operation in the past to remove some stones which caused a blockage.

Charlie has not had much contact with other dogs. He was fine with the owners ex-brother in laws bullie, but does not seem to like small dogs, he is not overly aggressive towards dogs but when one gets too close will go for it. This started about 3 years ago after he was was ‘attacked’ by a poodle, and decided to ‘stick up for himself’.

Charlie is very ball obsessed and loves to destroy tennis balls. He doesn't guard his food and hasn't shown any food related aggression. He has no separation anxiety. He does chase his tail/spin and there is a bald patch on his tail.

Charlie used to growl at the hoover, he no longer does, but will take himself off to another room. He pays absolutely no attention to cars as has grown up in a house right next to one of the busiest roads in Swansea.

When out Charlie was very well behaved on the lead, he liked to stop and sniff things, didn’t really pull too hard but does need to learn to wait when crossing the road. We passed a few people, and a pushchair, and there was no reaction from him. Charlie has been left in kennels in the past, when owners went on holiday - he was very well behaved and the kennel staff fell in love with him. (it’s easy to see why, he is very friendly). 

The owner would prefer for Charlie to go straight to his new home and so a foster home will not be required. Charlie is a very gentle, friendly boy, loves a bit of affection, and really will make someone a great companion.

If you have a bullie sized space in your family and think Charlie could be the boy for you then please fill in an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Charlie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)



  

** A foster home has been found for Hattie with a view to Adoption  **

Hattie

Age : Approx 3 years old  
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinations up to date: Yes
Good with dogs : Yes 
Good with children : Yes 
Medical Issues: None
Area : Ireland



Hattie is currently under a rescue in Ireland but is continually being overlooked. Absolute have been asked to help this beautiful girl find a foster or forever home before we can bring her over. 

This is her story:  
Hattie was rescued off the streets of Limerick after a car pulled up on a bridge, dumped her out and hit her over the head with a large stick - they were, we guess not expecting her to make it. Lucky for Hattie she was found in time & taken to LAW who have nothing but good things to say about her. 

Hattie is clean in her kennels, and currently shares with a male German Shepherd. Before that she was sharing with a female quiet easy going Lurcher. Hattie has been a very good girl whilst in their care. Never any problems, goes walking with lots of the volunteers, both adults and adults with children. 

Update 1.7.2015 : Hattie has arrived safe & sound. She is settling in well


If you can help with this lovely lady please get in touch by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £100.00 for Hattie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)

** A foster home has been found for Hattie with a view to Adoption  **




Pai

Age : 6 years old  
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Yes 
Good with dogs : Never Socialised
Good with children : Yes/13+
Medical Issues: Skin/Hibiscrub
Area : Birmingham








Absolute would like to help Pai as she is in need of a new home through no fault of her own.

Pai has not really been socialised much with other dogs during her 6 years, but on the odd occasion she has met another dog she hasn't caused any problems. We will re-home Pai as an only dog due to her not being used to sharing her home.  She has never been crated and she travels fine in a car.

Pai walks well on the lead, doesn't really pull at all.

Pai has a skin condition that the current owner can no longer treat. When her skin condition is at its worst, Pai scratches excessively which then leaves blood spotting marks.

Pai is a very happy dog and is clearly loved. Her pads are swollen and this causes her problems when she is walked. Her nails are also very long as she doesn't like having them cut -  she does however like to be bathed.

Pai has an old injury from previous owner, her right leg looks as if it has been broken and not set properly. When she sits (on command) she raises her bad leg which instantaneously makes you feel sorry for her. Pai is happy, with a waggy tail and enjoys belly rubs. She is confident and isn't afraid of visitors. She jumped up at the assessor upon entry but quite happily settled down in her bed afterwards.

Pai is a lovely natured dog. If you show her enough attention she will bark when you leave the house but the assessor was not threatened at all by this, as she is just trying to get attention.

We believe she would benefit from being re-homed as an only dog to a family with older children as Pai enjoys nothing more than chilling out.

If you have space on your sofa for this delightful lady please get in touch by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Pai will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)




We are always happy to register people who are looking to re-home a (or pairs of) Bull Terrier. Due to the quick turn around sometimes required, we don't always have the opportunity to get all of the bullies loaded to the website. Please fill in an application form even if you don't think any of the dogs currently shown here match your requirements. Once we receive your application, and your home check is complete (and deemed satisfactory) we do hold your details, and so are then ready to call you straight away if a dog comes in that we feel would suit you.




Frank


Age : 4 years old (March) 
Neutered: Not yet 
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Yes (due June)
Good with dogs : Slow introduction 
Good with children : Yes/10+ 
Medical Issues: None (sore on tail)
Area : London







This handsome young man is Frank and he is currently in London. He is looking for a new home through no fault of his own.

Frank lives in the lean-to of the house - he has a crate which is covered over, the back door is always open for him to access the garden. The only time he every had an accident in the lean-to is when the door was left closed by accident. Frank is not allowed in the house.

Frank does have a sore on his tail - his current owner says he thinks its the way he sits on it - it doesn't bother Frank at all 

Frank will bark when he sees other dogs. He has not really been socialised since being 7 months old. Frank will chase cats and any other small furries.

Frank loves children but he can be bullish and will knock younger children over - we will recommend he is re-homed with children aged 10+.

Frank does sometime tip his food bowl upside down and the assessor thought this was a demand for attention.

Frank is currently left for most of the day by himself, hence being re-homed. We would like to find someone who can be home with Frank and provide him with company. We would like him to only be alone for max of 4-5 hours.

Frank doesn't react to many noises, a loud car can sometimes startle him when out walking but not phased by washing machine which is also in the lean-to.





Frank travels well in a car but is used to be being crated.

Frank is fed a raw diet and loves vegetables.

Frank's current owner is happy to keep him until his new home is found.



If you think you have time and space in your life for this lovely boy please get in touch by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Frank will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)





** Adoption Pending**

Spud (was Brian)

Age : 10 months old 
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with children : Yes/teenage
Medical Issues: None 
Area : Sussex



** Adoption Pending**



This following write up is from the family he currently lives with : 

Spud is a great little lad who loves to play with people and dogs, anyone who shows him any attention!
 
He is fully house trained and great with his commands (sit, stay, paw, wait etc) and will do anything for a treat - typical Bull Terrier! He loves his walks and is very good on the lead, he doesn't pull at all. His recall is really good, excellent if you have a pocket full of treats! 

After the little fella has had a busy day all he wants to do is curl up on the sofa for some cuddles. Spud loves his crate and is happy to have a lie in in the mornings!

Spud didn't have the smoothest of starts with us. He wasn't a well chap, he was extremely underweight and having constant diarrhoea, leaving him starving hungry the whole time. However, after a lot of food and a couple of trips to the vets he is now well on the mend and a lot happier in himself.

Unfortunately Spud has some possessive issues with his food, which is understandable due to his past. When his bowl is put down he is happy to wait until you tell him 'okay' to start, but after that we give him space until he has finished as he seems to get very anxious. Now he has put on some weight, he is starting to seem more relaxed around food. Sadly due to this problem our other rescue dog (who also has her own problems) and Spud are not gelling as house-mates. However outside in the garden, are happy to play with each other all day!
Spud is a superb little lad and just wants a loving home. 
Spud has lived with teenage children before.  


We would prefer for Spud to be re-homed with a bullie experienced person/family who will understand that with patience and time Spud will be a lifelong companion who gives years of love and bullie cuddles.
 
If you can provide the home this requires and deserves please get in touch with us by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £250.00 for Spud will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)

 




** Adoption Pending**

Frankie

Age : 7 years old 
Neutered: Not yet
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Not up to date
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with children : Yes 
Medical Issues: None 
Area : Milton Keynes

** Adoption Pending**


We are pleased to introduce Frankie - he is a fabulous bullie who is a good all rounder.

He has lived with dogs before and also lives with children.

Whilst he is walking he socialises well with other dogs and he is non reactive to other barking dogs.  He happily keeps up with other dogs while on the local bully walks and happily walks along side the other dogs.

Frankie is not reactive to most things  - is fine with the hoover, washing machine, motorbikes, fireworks etc. The only thing he doesn't like is the hose pipe. He isn’t aggressive towards the hosepipe - he runs and hides. It's believed that he was previously hosed down and that is why he has a fear. He happily sits in the bath when we wash him. 

Frankie is definitely food motivated, but he has been trained to sit and wait before eating his food and he retreats to the kitchen whilst the humans eat. 

Frankie is used to being left for 5-6 hours, but we will look for a home where he is home on his own for a maximum of 3-4 hours.

He travels well in the car - he just lies down and goes to sleep. He may occasionally try to climb from the boot to the back seat if there is no guard. He has often been for a 2 hour car journey to the seaside with no problems.

If you have space for this chap in your home please get in touch by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Frankie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page).   


We are always happy to register people who are looking to re-home a (or pairs of) Bull Terrier. Due to the quick turn around sometimes required, we don't always have the opportunity to get all of the bullies loaded to the website. Please fill in an application form even if you don't think any of the dogs currently shown here match your requirements. Once we receive your application, and your home check is complete (and deemed satisfactory) we do hold your details, and so are then ready to call you straight away if a dog comes in that we feel would suit you.



** Adoption Pending**

Kaiser

Age : 6 years old (7 in August)
Neutered: Not yet (being done Mid/End April)
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Not up to date
Good with dogs : Slow introduction/further assess
Good with children : Yes 8+ 
Medical Issues: None known
Area : Tyne & Wear


** Adoption Pending**







Kaiser is a lovely gentleman who needs a chance at a new home. He was a little nervous when meeting the assessor but with some encouraging words he soon forgot and was happy to find treats - Kaiser had just been showered and he doesn't really like it so we think that was the reason he crept into the room to say hi.
 
Kaiser takes treats well and has no food or toy issues. He likes to tip his food bowl over if it contains only dry food.
Kaiser has not really been around dogs that much so his true nature is unknown and needs further assessment. The assessor did have a short meet and greet with her bitch and Kaiser and he was fine, no aggression shown. He was not very reactive to a dog that was barking through the fence at home whilst being walked. Kaiser walked well, no pulling and he has a long springy step.

Kaiser is used to living with 3 children all under 11 years old. We will rehome him with children over 8 as he shows interest in younger children and likes to hump them.
 
Kaiser is not used to be left on his own for any great length of time. He is crate trained.

We will re-home Kaiser as an only dog or to a family that have the ability to separate off whilst he gets the hang of everything in case he is reactive when excited.

Kaiser is a handsome boy, a little long in the back and could maybe do with putting on a weight.  His coat is good, his teeth are stained - might be due to him eating tinned meat. Kaiser does have a lots of hard floor marks on both rear legs but they should improve.

Kaiser is going into a foster home tomorrow (1.4.15) so we will have a further assessment of his nature shortly.   The foster family advised that it has taken just over a week for him to show any interest in them, he was a little unsettled and preferred to be alone, however after this time he is starting to show a bit more character and allow them to show/ask for affection. Kaiser is also now booked in to be neutered mid/end April.



If you think Kaiser could be the chap for you please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Kaiser will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page).   








Maci

Age : 6 years old
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Good with dogs : No/reactive outside
Good with children : Yes 
Medical Issues: None known
Area : North Wales











Maci is used used to living in a multi child household. She likes to be with family and loves nothing more than spending time with her humans.
 

In the car she likes to be in front of you so a harness will be required to stop her trying to move around (if you want her to remain in the back). 

Maci walks to heel with no pulling at all - she is always happy to be out and about. She is very reactive towards other dogs that she doesn't know and when she sees them she does become extremely vocal and doesn't seem to respond to many distractions even though she is food orientated. When inside the house she took treats gently from the assessor. 

Maci used to live with Roxie (who has now been adopted). She was the dominant of the two bitches but without malice.  Maci was brought into the household around 2 years ago to live with Roxie and a springer spaniel bitch and there were no issues.

The assessor feels that Maci's reaction to the unknown dog could be more to the fact she hasn’t seen another dog in so long and just doesn't know how to control her behaviour. A previous foster family of Maci used a water spray bottle to keep Maci under better control.

Maci will need an experienced bullie owner and someone who is prepared to work on her acceptance/control around other animals. Ideally she needs to be re-homed as an only dog or with the ability to separate long term if necessary.

If you have space for this very lovely bullie lady then please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Maci will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page).
We are always happy to register people who are looking to re-home a (or pairs of) Bull Terrier. Due to the quick turn around sometimes required, we don't always have the opportunity to get all of the bullies loaded to the website. Please fill in an application form even if you don't think any of the dogs currently shown here match your requirements. Once we receive your application, and your home check is complete (and deemed satisfactory) we do hold your details, and so are then ready to call you straight away if a dog comes in that we feel would suit you.




** Adoption Pending**
Lillie

Age : 17 months
Spayed :
No season due soon
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinated : Yes  
Good with dogs:
Yes 
Medical issues : Skin condition 
Good with children: No Exp
Area : Leicester 
** Adoption Pending**




Lillie is in need of a new home through no fault of her own. 

She is a young girl and so has the usual bundle of excess energy and cheekiness.

Lillie does gets on with other dogs but due to being very full on, having lots of energy she will be re-homed as an only dog. She is due a season very shortly and so her spaying will be a condition of her adoption and you will need to provide proof of this in the future.

She has no experience of living with children and and so will only be homed with older children of 13 years +. 

Lillie will chew things is she left unattended. She is currently left for up to 3 hours at any one time and she is crated during this time.

Lillie doesn't like travelling and is used to being crated when in the back of the car 

Lillie does pull hard on a lead and so is only walked by her male owner at present. Further training will be required in this area.

Lillie needs an experienced bullie owner who can provide her with firm authority, the exercise, consistency and attention she will need to grow into a well balanced teenager.

If you have a Lillie sized space in your home and heart please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £200.00 for Lillie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)








** Adoption Pending**

George

Age : 3 years old (4th sept 2011)
Neutered :
Yes
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinated : Yes  
Good with dogs:
Yes 
Medical issues : None
Good with children: Yes but lively so 8+  
Area : Stockton-On-Tees

** Adoption Pending**



George is in need of a new home due to his current owner working 8 hours a day. George at present doesn't get the attention of exercise he needs and deserves. 

George is still very bouncy and will jump up when excited so we would like him to be re-homed within a family that have children of 8 years old +. 

He is fine with other dogs inside and outside the home - if anything he is submissive.

George doesn't have any obsessions although you cannot take a bone off him once its been given but he will happily let you take his food bowl.

George will also thieve, take anything that is left laying around on the floor, shoes, bags, toys etc and so you will need to be mindful of this nature. It will be best to crate him if he is left indoors alone for any time.

George will growl at the hoover and doesn't like tin foil, rustling of plastic bags etc.

The assessor found George to be a lovely dog, a real friendly temperament. He is in good condition with no known health issues.

George does love to be out and about but can be a creature of habit in that he likes to keep to his route and will pull if you try and go another way.

If you have the time to give this young lad the life and love he deserves please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £200.00 for George will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)














Adoption Fee:

£350 for Bull Terrier puppies under 6 months
£250 for Bull Terrier Puppies 6 - 12 months
£200 for Bull Terriers aged 1 - 3 years
£175 for Bull Terriers aged 4 - 7 years
£100 for Bull Terriers aged 8 +

£150 for Bull Terrier cross puppies under 1 year
£100 for Adult Bull Terrier Crosses