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9th Annual Pit Bull Awareness Celebration

Love-A-Bull will be hosting and participating in events throughout the entire month of October to highlight our loveable pitties, their owners and the community. There will be an abundance of great fun, great beer and great pitties, as well as multiple volunteer opportunities. Our theme this year is Peace, Love and Pitties so break out your most grooviest digs and… Read more →

USDA Removes Inspection Reports

Everyone has heard the slogan “Adopt, Don’t Shop!” and that sentiment has never been more important than to those who are involved with animal rescue organizations. Recently, the USDA removed an online database from its Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). This database contained thousands of records pertaining to the Animal Welfare Act, which is a federal law that… Read more →

Farewell Daphne

When you picture a good dog, you might imagine the very image of Daphne. She was indeed a cutie, and she had the temperament to match. She had the look of a dog who lived an easy life. Tail wagging, tongue joyfully flopping out of her mouth, and a smile in her eyes. Daphne was a black and white spotted ray of… Read more →

2016 National Pit Bull Awareness Day Festival

National Pit Bull Awareness Day is always our biggest, most fun event of the year! This year was no exception! We had multiple vendors, awesome demonstrations, games, a costume contest and best of all…Chloe’s Clinic. Thanks to an incredibly generous donor, Love-A-Bull was able to host it’s first Chloe’s Clinic. We were able to offer vouchers for FREE spay/neuter, redeemable… Read more →

Pit’s End: Fighting Breed Discrimination in Housing

On a daily basis we field inquiries from the community asking for help finding pit bull friendly housing. While Austin continues to be an incredibly pet friendly city, there is still concern with policies and restrictions against pit bull type dogs enforced by landlords and apartment complexes. Many of these policies/restrictions are based on unfounded data and misrepresentation of the… Read more →

Linder Elementary and The Pit Crew

Love-A-Bull recently had the amazing opportunity to work with the Media Awareness Project and the youth at Linder Elementary School. The mission of the Media Awareness Project is to empower youth to use media for community engagement, cultural expression & social change. At Linder, there is a really big focus on Get Ready, a program that works with students to… Read more →

Fun with Pitties

Love-A-Bull is incredibly excited to partner with Sit Means Sit Austin in order to bring to our dues paying members, the opportunity to participate in specialty classes at a discounted rate. These classes are introductory courses designed to give you a small sneak peak in to all the fun you can have with your pup. Tricks Class: The primary purpose… Read more →

Paws Up Program

Love-A-Bull foster dogs partner with Life Work’s foster youth with amazing results! Just a few short months ago, Jenna Pywell and Alyssa Ibarra reached out to Love-A-Bull because they were familiar with our Pit Crew Therapy Program and had seen first-hand the positive changes that take affect when people are paired with dogs who need them, just as much as… Read more →

Making History: Childress, Texas

Love-A-Bull is changing the hearts of a community while saving its pit bull type dogs from euthanasia. Prior to Love-A-Bulls involvement, the City of Childress, Texas had an immediate euthanasia policy for all pit bull type dogs that entered their shelter. The belief of the city was that pit bull type dogs were not wanted, nor were they welcomed within… Read more →