Dogs Looking for Homes



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.

                                                                                                                                           




Sassy

Age : 10 months old
Spayed: Not yet..will be part of adoption
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with cats : Yes
Good with children : No experience of 12+
Medical Issues : None known 
Area : Bordon











The lovely Sassy by name and nature, is in need of a home through no fault of her own, she is a young lass that is playful, excitable, stubborn and boisterous. Sassy is currently in short term foster.

Sassy is good with other dogs, has lived with a Staffy.

Sassy appears to actually be better behaved off the lead than on at the moment as she is excitable and jumps all over the place, but this is just a training/routine issue. Sassy will chase cats but has lived with them before.


Sassy is not used to being left alone and does fret quite badly.

Sassy is not keen on the hoover and has suffered from car sickness before - she is usually allowed to sit on the back-seat.

The assessor advised Sassy is a lovely girl but she doesn't quite know her own strength. She is well looked after and in good condition.

If you can offer this young girl her forever home as part of your family please let us know by completing an application form(*adoption fee of £200.00 for Sassy will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)








Saxon

Age : 8/9 months old
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with cats : Yes
Good with children : Yes older 12+
Medical Issues : None known 
Area : Peterborough










Saxon is a young gentleman that has all the usual young bullie traits, playful, boisterous, full of energy and in need of some consistent firm house rules.

Saxon has been left for up to 2/3 hours and did chew some doors when left unsupervised. He is said to be fine around firework, thunder storms, the washing machine but will jump/want to play with the hoover when its 1st switched on.

He is used to being walked on a collar and lead and walks nicely but can become stubborn about moving on if he finds a delicious smell. He is happy to sit in the back of the car and travels well.

So far Saxon has the basic commands and can be guided with treats and he is cheeky enough to steal food if he gets the opportunity.

He is well looked after, exercised every day and needs only;y to be re-homed as his current owner will shortly be working away for 3/4 months at a time.

If you can provide a forever home to this young chap please let us know by completing an application form(*adoption fee of £200.00 for Saxon will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)






 


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 bullie girl who has been healthy apart from one bout of Kennel cough approx 4 years ago.

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 but has never drawn blood. 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.







Charlie

Age : 11 months old
Neutered: Not yet
Chipped : Not yet 
Vaccinated: No
Good with dogs : Yes but boisterous
Good with cats : Not tested  
Good with children : 12+ 
Medical Issues: None known
Area : Kent










We are looking for a URGENT foster / forever home for the lovely Charlie.

Charlie is approx 11 months of age and he finds himself in need of a new home, due to his owner suffering from a terminal illness.

This lovely boy is currently in kennels and not doing very well at all. He is very stressed in kennels, barking, jumping up and trying to escape at every opportunity.


He shows all the traits of a young Bull Terrier, jumpy, mouthy & demanding etc

All Charlie wants is a loving home to call his own, he needs to learn some manners as it seems his original owner has let him get away with murder. He has been fine with a female dog he has met, but does get carried away. 


We need an only dog household or with facilities to separate from existing dog, no young children 12+ only.

If you can help us get Charlie out of the kennel and on the road to getting settled then please get in touch by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £100.00 for Charlie 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 : Yes
Good with cats : Not tested 
Good with children : Yes 
Medical Issues: None known
Area : Hartlepool 











Roxie

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




These girls can be re-homed together as a pair or can be seperated. 






Maci

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.

She and Roxie are currently left in the kitchen for up to 10 hours. Maci is not a fan of the hoover.

She 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.

She gets along very well with her house mate Roxie. She is 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.

Roxie

She is the calmer of the two girls.

Whilst out with the assessor Roxie walked well to heel and didn't pull at all. She was very enthusiastic and skipped along nicely considering she hasn’t been walked in a very long time.

She has been known to get car sick so if travelling she cannot be fed and this seems to have sorted this out.

Roxie is a very calm relaxed bullie who just wanted loves and attention, she didn’t jump up and took treats very gently,

She gets along very well with her house mate Maci.

She accepted Maci and a spaniel into her home, so its quite probable the owners assessment of her being calm with other dogs is true.

Roxie in general needs some tender loving care, she has quite dirty ears, and her nails are very long to the point of turning under her toes. They can be filed down.  Her coat is dull and her teeth show some staining. Her weight is good, and she has a little reddening under her tummy but nothing of concern as this is probably linked to the dry food being fed.  


If you have space for a ready made bullie family of girls and are prepared to give them the attention they will need and deserve then please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £200.00 for Maci & Roxie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)







Sky

Age : 6.5 years old
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Not yet 
Vaccinated: Not yet
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with cats : Not tested 
Good with children : Yes older
Medical Issues: None known
Area : Swindon









The lovely Sky needs a new home of her own.

She has been assessed and found to be great with other dogs, she lives with 2 Jack Russells who are a breeding pair and she has always been kind and gentle to any puppies. The farm has chickens and horses and she doesn't appear bothered by their presence. She sometimes does chase squirrels but is untested with cats.

She has only ever had experience of one child who was aged 4 and although she was fine the assessor thinks that as she is a heavy/solid girl perhaps older children would be better for her as no risk of knocking them over.

Previously she was left for up to 6 hours in a small flat, the last 18 months she has lived on the farm, mainly outside and is free to wander wherever she chooses and stays in the horse tack room overnight (12 hours) and appears to be content. She is not crate trained.

Sky does like to chew toys and branches/twigs. Sky is used to being around the farm machinery, tractors, horses and doesn't seem phased by the noises at all, she hasn't shown any concern at fireworks time of year. She likes to climb in the tractor and any visitors cars but her current owner doesn't drive so she hasn't actually been out in the car, she doesn't get walked specifically as she has the farmland to run about on.

Sky is a lovely dog, happy, healthy and well adjusted. She gave gentle licks to the assessor without being pushy. She just needs someone to love her, play with her and give her sufficient exercise.

If you can offer this lovely lady your love and all the home comforts she deserves please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £100.00 for Sky 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.






Paddy

Age : 11 months
Neutered: Yes recently
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes update due Jan 2015
Good with dogs : No
Good with cats : No 
Good with children : No experience
Medical Issues: On medication for inter digital cysts
Area : Tyne & Wear











Paddy is a very young lad who is being left for up to 9 hours a day and for anyone who knows this breed will know that this leads to all kinds of bad behaviour and mischief. The current owners are re-homing him due to them being concerned with his behaviour.

He can get very over excited with other dogs and be vocal. He does not seem to be bothered by noises.
Paddy has only recently been leash trained and is learning fast, he initially pulls and does need regular corrections, he is nervous outside of the home I feel due to not being socialised fully, traffic etc.


The assessor spent over 2 hours with Paddy and advised the following: I am still yet to witness any real worrying behaviour that they are concerned about, on arrival he paced about for a few minutes, then relaxed into his house mode attitude, we played, gave treats, paw etc, cuddled, he is eager to please and seems a quick learner, he did drink a good amount of water on my visit which I commented on.

I walked Paddy for half an hour, meeting strangers who he did try to jump at as they passed by, I didn’t feel with any malice. also a young girl with a bike passed us without issues. I did observe he seemed nervous not like indoors, I think he hasn’t been in those situations very much if at all, and his life is now a fast learning curve.

I also arranged for him to meet a female bullie and muzzled him for the duration, I felt he behaved well and was expecting to play with her, I think this is his comfort zone,another of his breed, we met his neighbour un-muzzled which is a basset hound he was very happy to see him.  Then we met a small dog, and he reacted instantly so he obviously isn’t happy just now with that. Th two incidents he had before were with smaller dogs, he was pully and vocal with excitement, but not outright aggressive.


Paddy needs an experienced owner so that his social skills and can continue to be worked on in a positive way. With his history I feel he is behind in his learning curve by a few months so problems that should have been addressed months ago are only now coming into his life.

Based on what I have seen of him today I would place him for further assessment into a home as an only dog or possibly with a bitch only if there is the ability to keep separate unless supervised. Diesel needs to learn his place within any family so his boundaries will need to be firm and clear.

He is in very good condition at present having gained weight and a good coat since he came to them 5 weeks ago, I advised they changed his food from the dreaded Bakers to something hypo-allergenic, this may be causing what I think to be the remains of an inter digital cyst. His nails are nice and short.

Paddy needs someone around for more than he is getting at present for his development to continue in an acceptable direction.
If you have experience and feel that you can give Paddy all that he needs please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £200.00 for Paddy will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)

 




Diesel

Age : 3 years old
Neutered: Yes
Chipped : No
Vaccinated : Yes
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with cats : Yes has lived with 
Good with children : Yes
Medical Issues: None known
Area : West Yorkshire














We are pleased to introduce Diesel to you. He is brindle & white and is 3 years old His vaccinations are up to date, he is good with dogs outside, lives with 2 cats, and is good with children. He needs to be fed separate as he can be food aggressive. He is crate trained.

 


 
We are currently waiting on the full report but the assessors comments are : adorable boy, great with other dogs & cats. Castrated, vaccinated & micro-chipped. He loves his playtime and cuddles, needs to be fed separate from other dogs as can be food aggressive. The owner will want to meet the adoptee's so visiting is a must. As soon as we receive the report we will update Diesel's profile.

If you think this young man would make a great addition to your family please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £175.00 for Diesel will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)







**Adoption Pending**
Reggie
Age : 18 months old
Neutered: No
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : No
Good with dogs : Has lived with but will re-home as only dog
Good with cats : No 
Good with children : Not experienced/older 
Medical Issues: None known
Area : Rochester


Reggie is a very gorgeous 18 months old white entire male, who was re-homed previously but unfortunately he is not getting on with the dominant female. We now need to re-home him as an only dog.

Our experience of Reggie is that he has shown no issues with other dogs outside when being walked and he has lived with another dog and cat previously.

When the assessor first met Reggie he was quite vocal but this was because he was locked away but once he was allowed to meet them the barking stopped and he was well behaved. He was a little  jumpy but once he knew he would get some fuss he settled down.

He is a typical bouncy lad that does need lots of exercise and his back garden will need to have high secure boundaries as he has been
known to jump a 6ft fence.

He likes to be with people, he does go into a crate overnight as he is known to thieve things and will also tear his bedding. He needs to be watched as he will eat things is is not supposed to if left unsupervised (typical behaviour for some bullies).

Whilst walking Reggie does pull a little but is nothing that cannot be improved with time and consistent training. He does seem to flinch at sharp hand movements when initially assessed so he can be a bit nervous and perhaps has been smacked in the past. He takes notice of other dogs but without giving any fuss or barking when walking and on a few occasions showed he wished to play. He also seems to look back for you lots when allowed a a free reign on a longer lead to make sure you are still there. He has bundles of energy and would benefit from being with a couple/family that have an active life that he could be included in..

He will sit for a treat and takes them gently he seems to be a big softy, and a stunning boy.

The home he needs will be one that can give him a lots of exercise, love and attention. 

If you think you have space for this young bullie boy in your life please let us know by completing an application form. (*adoption fee of £200.00 for Reggie will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page) 






**Adoption Pending**

Katie-Lou
Age : 16 months old
Spayed: Not yet/in season now
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes
Good with dogs : Yes
Good with cats : Not known
Good with children : Yes 7+ 
Medical Issues : Occasional Dry Ear 
Area : Lancashire


Katie-Lou is being re homed because of her current owners work commitments meaning she is not getting the attention and exercise she needs.

Katie Lou lives with an English Bull Dog and there are other visiting dogs. When meeting them she just wants to play.Katie Lou is friendly with chicken although not test with cats or any other small furries.

Katie Lou currently lived with a child aged 3 - she quietens her behaviour when around children inside and outside and she is used to visiting children aged 3 upwards. Katie Lou does chew plants in pots and her bedding in her crate. She isn't food possessive.  She can be left for up to 3-4 hours in her crate and will happily settle without any bedding. 

Katie Lou used to try and argue with the hoover, but no longer tries this.


Katie-Lou walks well on the lead once she gets to know you. Current owner usually walks her without a lead and she stays by his side. When the assessor tried to take her for a walk on a collar/lead Katie Lou would not go further than the front gate and tried to back out of her collar. Once the current owner walked with me, she walked well on the lead without pulling. We would suggest that any adopter use a harness so she cannot back out of collar until she is used to her new home and family.

 She travels well in a car - usually sits in the back of Land Rover and sits looking out of the back window. She hasn't been crated or strapped to harness when in the car.

Katie-Lou is very excitable and barks with excitement. She barks at visitors and raises heckles, but it's all noise.   Her coat is in good condition with no sign of any skin problems. She is a good weight and does not appear to have any current health issues apart from getting dirty ears quite quickly and has had drops.from the vets to counter possible infections. 
Katie-Lou is a lovely dog and once settled will make a loyal addition to her new family.
If you think you can offer this lovely young lady her forever home please get in touch with Absolute by completing an application form (*adoption fee of £200.00 for Katie Lou 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**
Bella

Age : 8 months old
Neutered: No
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : No
Good with dogs : No
Good with cats : No 
Good with children : Yes 10+
Medical Issues : None known
Area : Gillingham






Bella is a sweet little girl. She is small in size due to her mum being a mini bull terrier and her dad being a staffordshire bull terrier. 

Bella hasn't had the best start as her mum (the female bullie) hasn't really accepted her as she has gotten older. 

Bella will try to run away from confrontation. She has previously jumped over a 5ft fence previously (which had some bricks in front it, allowing her to go up and over). 

We have dog tested Bella and she didn't react to the dog introduced to her at first, but after a short amount of time she did then react to him without giving any warning.  This could just be her fear/expectation of another dog being aggressive towards her but we believe this can be worked on however, for now she will need to be re-homed as an only dog.

Bella lives with children, the youngest being 8 years old. She will snatch food from hands so we have recommended that she can live with children who are 10+ years old. 
Bella needs someone who is willing to give her the time and love she deserves, she does like to cuddle up with you and being small she can easily be scooped her up in your arms and plonked on your lap. She also loves playing with her own toys.
 
Bella has not yet had her 1st season and so spaying her will be become part of the agreement with anyone who takes her on. We will check up on this and require confirmation from a vet that it's been done.

If you think you can offer this young lady a home where she will be loved, given guidance for good manners and peace to grow her confidence then please get in touch with Absolute by completing an application form  (*adoption fee of £100.00 for Bella will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)
 


**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.




    



Orange

Age : 17 months old
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes
Good with dogs : Yes (calm)
Good with cats : No
Good with children : No
Medical Issues : None known
Area : East Sussex

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 feel you have the confidence, experience, patience & knowledge to be able to offer Orange a forever home, please contact a member of the team at Absolute Bull Terriers or complete an Absolute application form. (*adoption fee of £200.00 for Orange will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)





**Adoption Pending**

Rosie

Age : 5 years old
Spayed: Yes
Chipped : Yes
Vaccinated : Yes (no boosters)
Good with dogs : Some, will be homed as only dog
Good with cats : No
Good with children: Yes 10+
Medical Issues : None known
Area : Oxford



Rosie was picked up as a stray outside Coventry hospital in 2013, and was released to Absolute by the Coventry dog warden. At the time she had recently had pups, had burns on her feet and was very underweight.

Upon further assessment Rosie was found to have a number of blisters on the pads of her feet. She was assessed with other dogs and was found to be fine with both male and females. There were no food aggression issues. She travelled well in a car (although only small journeys were made) - she did guard the car from unknown passing people but was fine with people and other dogs in the car.

Rosie is a small standard and was being fed 4 small meals a day to due to be being underweight. She had some sore spots on her rears legs - nothing to serious as the wounds were closed and healing.

We thought she would prefer a relatively quiet home perhaps with other calmer dogs and older children.

Rosie was then re-homed in 2013/2014 but unfortunately due to a marriage breakdown she has come back into rescue with Absolute as per the adoption agreement.


Rosie is now in foster and we have gained this up to date assessment:

Rosie is lively, and loves to play ball. She can be a bit demanding and vocal when playing or thinks that she should be playing!. She is a very clever girl - she is quite good with obedience, she will sit, wait etc. however the the 'wait quietly' is a work in progress again. Rosie is crate trained.
 
Rosie does get worried if left in the garden alone sometimes - she prefers to be with others and then she is happy to play or just investigate/snuffle about.  Rosie tries to goad the foster parents into playing with her, if they don't play she will take a shoe and use it to knock her ball around. She doesn't chew the shoe but bats the ball around with it.  Rosie seems a little nervous in the car and also at the vets, no aggression just overexcited and stressed but then was fine when she realised she was coming home. 

Rosie needs an active owner to bring out the real Rosie and she does deserve to be an only dog so that she can soak up all the love & attention. She is a little boisterous with the baby (18 months old), nothing nasty just full on with excitement.  She does try to play rough with men - this behaviour is new since coming back to the foster home but as long as she has firm rules and enough stimulation this will be sufficient guidance for her. There is no malice in her but lack of exercise makes her appear full on all the time. 
Due to Rosie going into foster, being adopted, then coming back to foster we will be very careful to ensure she is placed into her forever home...this lady deserves to settle down and be adored by her humans.

If you think you can offer Rosie her last forever home then please get in touch by completing an Absolute application form. (*adoption fee of £150.00 for Rosie 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.


 






Lola


Age : 5-6 years
Spayed :
Yes

Chipped : Yes
Good with dogs :
Homed as an only dog 

Good with cats : No
Medical issues :
None

Good with children: 10+
Area : West Midlands

Lola is 5 and a half years old and has a truly loving nature, Although she does require a firm hand. Lola we feel would be better suited to children of 10+ years due to her being like a bullie in a china shop at times. She would be best as an only dog as she is very lively. Her previous owner advised that she has never had any health issues.


 
Lola can be left with no problems, she is good on short car journeys. She loves nothing more than to sit and have a cuddle.


If you would like to offer Lola her forever home please contact us by completing the application form (*adoption fee of £150.00 for Lola will be payable on completion of the adoption, please see the bottom of the page)

















Adoption Fee:

£225 for a Bull Terrier under 6 months
£200 for a Bull Terrier 6-18 months
£175  for a Bull Terrier 19 months up to 4 years
£150 for a Bull Terrier  4 years up to 7 years
£ 50 for a Bull Terrier  8 years plus

£100.00 for Bull Terrier crosses