Amber Krosel

Conversations with our Foster Dog

Editor’s note: This post was originally written in April 2019. Bruenor is still celebrating his time in his forever home with author Crystal Dunn, a former LOVE-A-BULL Board member! Hi Bo. Yes, you’re cute, even in a giant cone. No, we’re not keeping you, so don’t get too comfortable. Quit following me. I said that you are definitely just a… Read more →

April 2021 Newsletter — A Return to In-Person Events!

It’s spring in Austin, TX, which means it’s officially bluebonnet season, y’all! To celebrate, Love-A-Bull is hosting a Bluebonnet Family Photoshoot Fundraiser on Sunday, April 18! Professional photographer Lauren Darling (of Miles of Smiles Photography) is donating her time and talents for this gorgeous family photoshoot fundraiser amidst local bluebonnet fields. Location to be announced! Tickets for a 15-minute photoshoot… Read more →

National Pit Bull Awareness Month Love-A-Bull

October 2020 Newsletter — National Pit Bull Awareness Month!

Dear Friends – In September, we hit another milestone – 100 dogs and puppies saved since Covid began in March! That makes 136 total lives saved as of today!! We will continue to share exciting news, needs, updates and more over our social media, but this will be the last newsletter of 2020!! We are still in desperate need of fosters for adult dogs. Fostering not only… Read more →

Lauren and Major

Love-A-Bull Adoption Story: Lauren and Major (fka Jim)

Love-A-Bull is sharing the adoption story of Lauren in Austin and her Adopt-A-Bull alumnus, Major (fka Jim). Interested in adopting from us? Check out our current list of Adopt-A-Bulls here and find out more about what we ask for in adoption applications. In Lauren’s words, her adoption story: “It was difficult to know where to start because I can’t say enough great things… Read more →

Good Girl Gidget Love-A-Bull

September 2020 Newsletter — Shop for a Cause

Dear Friends –  As the world has seemed to slow down and grow more quiet, we are trying to navigate new challenges. Volunteers are going back to work, fosters are taking a MUCH needed and deserved break, we are looking at processes to avoid burn out….but the number of dogs needing saved is still increasing. Fostering not only saves lives, it will give you purpose and passion and we need you!! We… Read more →