About the shelter
Bull Terrier Rescue Australia (BTRA) Inc is a registered association based in NSW and QLD. Established in 2016, it is a not-for-profit organisation that solely relies on the donations and other forms of support from the community.
BTRA was founded by a small group of volunteers that wanted to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome bull terriers. These people work together to ensure that the best actions are made for the welfare of these bull terriers until they find loving homes suited for their age and temperament.
The BTRA website offers basic information about the bull terrier breed. From its unique background to its good-looking physical characteristics to its playful yet stubborn temperament, there are many interesting things potential carers and adopters can discover about this special dog.
All the applicants go through a very thorough screening process to make sure that these bull terriers are rehomed in a safe, secure, and healthy environment. As with any other animal rescue organisation, people interested in adopting a bull terrier will be required to fill out an application form as well as undergo a yard and house inspection. Compatibility is a very important factor, which is why Bull Terrier Rescue Australia implements a two-week trial period. If the applicants are satisfied with their decision to adopt the rescue dog after two weeks, the paperwork will then be finalised.
- Bull Terrier Rescue Australia rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes bull terriers in Australia’s New South Wales and Queensland regions.
- Their mission is to help each and every dog in their care find a new loving forever home.
How you can help
Bull Terrier Rescue Australia does not receive any kind of government funding to operate, so the shelter is actively seeking support from the community to be able to carry out its goals.
If you want to donate, you can find the organisation’s account number and PayPal account on the home page. If you are looking to temporarily care for or permanently adopt a bull terrier in need of a new loving family, head on to the BTRA’s Adopt/Foster page to check out the available dogs and discover how you can file your application. Foster carers must be willing to let the rescue dog sleep indoors, take it to the vet, teach it basic manners, and most importantly, shower it with attention and affection.