Dogs Available



Please note: We DO NOT re-home bullies to homes with cats or 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.


                                                                                                                                           







T-Bo

Age : 2 years old
Neutered :
No (will be part of adoption)
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinated : Not up to date  
Good with dogs:
Ok with females 
Good with cats : Not tested
Medical issues :
None
Good with children: Yes lives with  
Area : Batley












T-Bo has a lovely temperament, he didn't bark when the assessor arrived, he wanted fuss but sat calmly with the owner. He still has a puppy way about him, jumping up when excited and wanting to play. He seemed to listen well to commands, has a gentle nature. He is used to walking at side of his owner when not on a lead. T-Bo sleeps in the living room.

He is good with female dogs only. Good with children although none were present at the assessment. There were no evidence of any behaviour issues, doesn't react to noises etc. 

T-Bo just needs a family that can spend time with him as he is currently left for quite long periods of time due to his owners work commitments.

If you have a bullie sized space in your home for this gorgeous red boy then please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £100.00 for T-Bo will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)










Zeus

Age : 7 years old
Neutered :
No (will be part of adoption)
Chipped : No
Vaccinated : No 
Good with dogs:
Ok with females 
Good with cats : Lives with
Medical issues :
None
Good with children: Yes lives with  
Area : Milton Keynes











The very handsome Zeus needs a new home as soon as possible as he currently lives outside.

He is good with female dogs inside the house - he has been used as a stud before so will try and hump but then does settle down.

Zeus lives with a cat and children and is great with both. Zeus will food guard if another male dog is around but when in the company of females he is fine. 

If you have space in your family and on your sofa for this boy please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £150.00 for Zeus will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)



**Adoption Pending**

Kali

Age : 14 months old
Spayed :
No (will be part of adoption)
Chipped : No
Vaccinated : Yes 
Good with dogs:
Yes 
Good with cats : No experience
Medical issues :
None
Good with children: Yes  
Area : Tyne & Wear




Kali is a typical bullie young lady. She is friendly, eager to please and highly excitable.

She needs a new home through no fault of her own - her current owner is going in for an operation and Kali will not be able to have the exercise she needs. She is used to living with a french bull pup.


Kali can be left for up to 4 hours and is crate trained. She is happy to travel in the car and usually sits in the back with no restraints.

She has barked at fireworks but usually settles down if you sit next to her and have cuddles.

Kali will need consistent exercise, further training in and out of the house and she then will continue to grow to be a well mannered teenager.

If you have space on your sofa for this delightful girl please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Kali will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)




Max

Age : 17 months old
Neutered :
Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes 
Good with dogs:
Not lived with 
Good with cats : No
Medical issues :
Skin issues controlled by diet
Good with children: Yes older 15+ 
Area : Telford











 
Max is need of a bullie experienced family as he is typical in pushing the boundaries at his age and thinks he is the boss of the household. 

Max does like to play with other dogs but he plays rough and his actions are dominant. He needs to be taught manners so that he becomes comfortable that play is play and not an opportunity to try and be the boss.

Max has lived with a 7 year and 16 year old children - again there is no aggression but he does play rough - again this is down to him not learning what is acceptable.

Max does know some commands and he will do the things requested of him usually in exchange for a treat.

Max is crate trained and is left for no more than 4 hours at a time.

Max doesn't like the hoover, doesn't like the wheels on the wheelie bin (will bite them if given the chance) and will lunge at push and motor bikes. He does bark at fireworks but is not bothered by the washing machine or cars passing.

Max does walk quite well but will lunge to get to other dog walkers. Max is happy to travel in the car - he likes to sit in the front (if he is put in the back he tries to climb to the front).

Max is strong (25Kg +) and boisterous, highly excitable and will need an owner who knows how to put him in his place and is not afraid of his lunging around whilst he learns manners. He doesn't currently get rough exercise and we suspect that this is causing his hyperactivity.

Max is a lovely boy who just lacks leadership.

If you have experience and time to work with this boy the please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Max will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)







Minnie

Age : 2 years old
Spayed :
Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes 
Good with dogs:
No 
Good with cats : No
Medical issues :
None
Good with children: Yes 13+ 
Area : Dis, Norfolk












 
The gorgeous Minnie is looking for a new home through no fault of her own. She would love a quiet home where she can get lots of attention and plenty of tummy rubs. 

She would benefit from living a bullie experienced home, with someone who can give her firm direction, stimulation, routine and consistency. Minnie can be a little vocal when she first meets strangers but soon settles.

When out and about Minnie can pull on the lead but will walk to heal on command. She is fine off lead - good with other dogs outside of her home but prefers to be the only dog inside as she is quite dominant. 

She is fine with cars, motorbikes and fireworks but doesn't like the hoover or a broom.

Minnie can be left for a small amount of time. She is currently left in the kitchen but has used a crate in the past.

If you space in your life for this very pretty lady then please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Minnie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)






Roxie (Roo)

Age : 4 years old
Spayed :
Not yet (in season as of 5.12.14) - will be condition of adoption when timing is right.
Chipped : No
Vaccinated : Yes 
Good with dogs:
No (see below)
Good with cats : No
Medical issues :
See explanation
Good with children: Yes 13+ 
Area : Kings Lynn, Norfolk





Roxie was previously used for breeding and a bait dog (her bottom lip on the right side slightly droops but causes her no problems) - she therefore requires a special home that will be considerate of how she acts when meeting other dogs. She is currently in foster and also in season at present - her spaying will be a condition of her adoption when the timing is correct for her.

We know Roxie has lived with children before but will err on the side of caution and re-home her with teenagers (13+). 

Roxie is crate trained and also travels well in the car. She loves to play with a tennis ball and is happy play games with human interaction with no issues. Although Roxie is an active girl she has in the past limped on the left rear leg - this has been checked by a vet and he said there may be a ligament strain and she may suffer from arthritis as she gets old - he advised that short walks were best - if she over runs herself she can limp a little until its rested again.



If you have room in your heart and home for the lovely Roxie Roo then please complete an application form (*adoption fee of £150.00 for Roxie 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.






Bonnie

Age :
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes 
Good with dogs : Only dog 
Good with cats : No 
Good with children : Yes 10+
Medical Issues :None
Area : Sutton









 
Bonnie is a very loving girl. She is used to being on her own in the daytime.
 

She does chew her paws and due to some allergy issues she is best few on a raw diet.
 






She is used to living with a teenager and we would suggest she can be re-homed with the youngest being around 10 years old.

Bonnie doesn't get on with cats and does tend to get ever so excited when she comes across another dog but has snapped before so does need a gentle introductions to any new friends, so she will be re-homed as an only dog.

If you can give the lovely Bonnie a new forever home please fill in the application form(*adoption fee of £150.00 for Bonnie 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.
























Betty

Age : 5
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes
Good with dogs : Re-homed as only Dog/Poss live with youngish female/slow intro
Good with cats : Not assessed 
Good with children : Yes 8 years +
Medical Issues :None
Area : Devon


The beautiful Betty is looking for a new home as she is not getting on with the resident male dog.

She is a small (handbag size) bullie. She is 5 years old but due to being kept in a kennel for almost 5 of those years before coming into rescue she pretty much finds the outside world and living in a house a whole new world and so gets very excited and has the energy levels of an 18 month old.

Betty is a lively, loveable, excitable, active girl and so she would ideally be looking for a strong bullie experienced owner and would flourish in an active home where that she can continue her training with consistency, routine and an abundance of love.

She adores being out and about on walks and would happily walk for miles. She is a strong girl and is currently walked on a harness and half check collar - she needs this double lead attachement as she has broken leads in the past.  Whilst out on walks she likes to talk to people and dogs.

In the only way a bullie can be Betty is a total cuddle monster. She loves nothing more that to cuddle up on the sofa with plenty of belly rubs from adults and children.

She is crated trained and sleeps in her crate overnight.

Betty has her own Pet Passport so she is ready to travel with her new family.

If you can give Betty the home that she deserves please fill in the application form(*adoption fee of £150.00 for Betty 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.







Dollar
Age : 5 Years
Spayed: Booked November
Chipped : Yes 
Vaccinated : Yes up to Nov
Good with dogs : Re-homed as an only dog
Good with cats : Has lived with but chases outside 
Good with children : Yes lives with 2 young children
Medical Issues : None
Area : Ealing

The gorgeous Dollar is a mini in need of a new home through no fault of her own. 

Dollar was always okay with other dogs in general, but she was previously attacked by two other dogs and so the owners have not socialised her since and she is always walked on the lead. Dollar will be re-homed as an only dog.

Dollar is used to being left for up to 8 hours a day, however we will try and find her a new home where she is not alone for so long.

Dollar will chew her toys, bedding and bits that she comes across. She is very responsive to the doorbell and will also bark at any unusual noises. She is not crate trained.

Dollar is happy to sit in the boot of a car when travelling. She does pull on the lead at first when out walking, but settled ok - she is walked on a extendable lead and comes back when called.

Dollar is a very friendly girl who just needs time and attention and some further training. 

If you think you have the time for Dollar and can offer him a forever home please get in touch with Absolute by completing an application form(*adoption fee of £150.00 for Dollar 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.






 


Cleo

Age : 8 years old
Spayed: No
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : No
Good with dogs : Re-home as only dog 
Good with cats : Tends to ignore 
Good with children : No
Medical Issues : None known 
Area : Ipswitch








Cleo is a gorgeous healthy bullie girl.

Cleo walks on a half check lead: She pulls excitedly to start with but then usually calms down and walks steadily depending on who and what she meets along the way. She tends to pull away from other dogs and likes to be left alone. If a loose dog approaches her with a dominant demeanour she will pin them down. Cleo does get on well with the other family dogs but often walks away preferring her own space. Although Cleo’s recall is generally good she can only be allowed off her leash when there's no one else (including dogs) around- for fear of her reaction without control of a lead. She does require more freedom but this is rarely possible in her current home.

Cleo's current family used to have a cat which Cleo was scared of.  As with dogs she tends to ignore them when out on walks if they are just sitting still but we are not sure of her reaction if a cat came too close or ran by. Cleo's only experience of meeting other small pets was a rabbit owned by a family member – Cleo showed no aggression but licked it!

Cleo does growl every time the children in the home (aged 5 and 2) approach. She is slightly better with the quieter older child, but is very wary of the 2 year old who of course demands attention and can be noisy. We have been assured that Cleo has never nipped either of the children. She acts like a ‘grumpy old lady’ who just wants to be left alone. She was with the family before the children were born and appears to resent their presence and the attention given to them. The assessor diverted the children’s attention for a short while by giving them some paper to draw a picture of Cleo and during this time Cleo enjoyed a neck & ear rub. She allowed the assessor to playfully pull her tail, pick her feet up, nuzzle up to her face and there wasn’t a murmur let alone a growl – she just came back for more until the children returned to which she responded by leaving the room again.

Cleo barked when the assessor arrived and she was obviously wary of a stranger entering the house.  She was restrained at first but soon became friendly once she was spoken to. Upon offering hands for her to sniff she did growl but this was accompanied by a wagging tail. Cleo was then quite happy to stay for a cuddle until the children came in. 

Cleo is not a chewer but does tend to drag her bedding around so she has a single duvet with a duvet cover over it.  Cleo is currently left alone for approximately 6-8 hours and appears to enjoy being on her own but she does seem to miss the family when they go on holiday. Cleo travels well in the car.

Cleo allows adults to take food/a bone away from her but does growl at the children. She does occasionally tail spin and can become obsessed by her ball. She is frightened of fireworks and dislikes the hoover. 

The assessor feels that Cleo is a lovely dog that needs a home with no little children or other dogs. She is not aggressive, however does need some assistance with socialising with other dogs so that her walks/exercise/play time can be enjoyed more without being fearful. She would be very happy to be the sole recipient of love & attention.
 
The current owners are a lovely family and the decision to re-home Cleo has been very difficult, however they want the best for her. If you feel you can offer this lovely lady a home of her own where she can bask in peaceful love and attention then please let us know by completing an application form.  (*adoption fee of £50.00 for Cleo 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.












Maci

Age : 6 years old
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with cats : Not tested 
Good with children : Yes 
Medical Issues: None known
Area : Hartlepool 












Maci appears boisterous and vocal but this could be down to her not being walked, being given enough stimulation.

She is used used to living in a multi child household. She likes to be with family and will cry if left alone/shut away from company of humans.

Maci walked to heel with no pulling at all. 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).

Whilst out on a short walk she was happy to be out and about until we encountered another dog she didn't know. Then she was extremely vocal and didn't respond to treats as a distraction even though she is food orientated. When she did take treats she did take them gently. 


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 couldn’t control her behaviour. 

Maci in general needs some tender loving care. Her coat is dull, her nails long and her teeth are stained. We think a better quality food, consistent exercise will improve these things. Her coat also showed some staining to her legs and general body area, not really skin issues as such, more a reaction to the dry food she is being fed. The girls appear to have one lead between them so please be prepared to purchase some items for them.

October 2014 UPDATE : Maci is now in foster and looking for her forever home. 

If you have space for this very lovely bullie lady then please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £150.00 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**
Neo

Age : 3 (Dec 2010)
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : No
Good with dogs : See below
Good with cats : No 
Good with children : Yes 10+
Medical Issues : Skin issue
Area : Cambridgeshire




Neo is a beautiful light fawn colour and is 3 years of age. He was well socialised with dogs and older children until an incident occurred with another animal that was off the lead which lead to his owners loosing their confidence in a social situation and they have not walked him since. For those of you who have experience with this breed will understand that Neo getting no exercise is simply causing him to get frustrated and being boisterous through boredom. 

Neo has a friendly nature and didn't showing any signs of worry when the assessor was in the house. 

 
Neo is crate trained and can be left for a couple of hours at a time. He does not chew anything apart from his own toys, he does not appear to react to loud noises or cars but does shows interest in chasing bicycles. He really doesn't like the hoover or going to the vets (past injections have had to be done in the waiting room). 

Neo does pull strongly on the lead when walking. He travels well in the car without a crate (he is happy to settle and snooze). 

Neo is a bright boy and has learnt to open door handles and so his previous owner changed handles to door knobs. 

The following information is from Neo's foster family:

Neo is a smashing bullie boy but he does some things to learn. Neo was not toilet trained when he arrived, but since being with us he has learnt to ask to go outside and on most occasions he gets it right.

Neo has been taken to the vets for a well being check and was found to have a skin condition
and treatment has been started for this. Neo we think had been crated for very long periods, possibly most of his life. His teeth are ground down and some are missing. He has has some scars on his face and legs, and some hair loss due to wearing an electronic collar with (probes) digging into his neck to stop him from barking. The collar has been removed and destroyed and since then he has stopped barking.

Neo is frightened to go very far on walks, it’s as if he has a fear of the outside world. I have tried to introduce Neo to other dogs, but he became so upset at the time that we have left it for now.   I have tried to settle Neo with Tess my bullie but it has not gone very well and so Neo needs to be homed as an only dog.

Neo has been good with children when they have visited. 

Neo does require a lot of time and attention but he is relatively young dog so some of his ways can be worked on if you have the experience.  If I didn't have Tess I would keep Neo.

Absolute are looking for a pet free family with bullie experience. Neo is a bright boy and we are confident that in the right home he could settle down and let his past bad experiences fade into the background with good experiences taking their place. 



If you think you can provide Neo with his forever home please get in touch and complete an application form  (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Neo 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 Fee:

£350 for Bull Terrier pups under 2-6 months
£225 for Bull Terriers 6-12 months
£175 for Bull Terriers from 12 months - 4 years
£150 for Bull Terriers 4 - 7 years
£ 50 for Bull Terriers 8 plus


£100 for Bull Terriers cross