De-Sex and Educate - One Dog At a Time !

$1,500 donated
Given by 29 generous donors in 8 weeks

Helping prevent dogs in shelters by desexing the dogs in the community producing unwanted litters.


Our aim is to reduce the population of unwanted, neglected, and abused bull breed dogs by preventing at risk dogs from producing litters.

We will be approaching owners, working with locals and councils to find at risk dogs , as well as helping lower income families ensure they aren't adding to the problem by offering payment plans and heavily discounted procedures.

This will be an ongoing program beginning September 2014

About us

Christchurch Bull Breed Rescue is a registered charity that takes on abandoned, neglected, abused and dumped dogs from all over NZ. These dogs just want someone to love and be their forever family.

We offer vet care, rehabilitation and loving foster homes until the perfect forever home is found.

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Latest donations

Michelle on 21 Sep 2014
Awesome work Abbey.
A Crawford
A Crawford on 19 Sep 2014
Keep up the great work Abbie and Marley( aka Charlie) sends big kisses
Private Donor
Private Donor on 19 Sep 2014
Bully kisses from Aus! Love your work.
Angela and Aaron
Angela and Aaron on 18 Sep 2014
Keep up the amazing work Abbey
Bristol Metals (1997) Ltd
Bristol Metals (1997) Ltd on 02 Sep 2014
One dog at a time, Love your work Abbey

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