After many years serving animals in need through working for the SPCA in Vereeniging, Dania Skone realized the great need South African bull terriers were in. Often misunderstood, mostly neglected or just abandoned, many were put to death due to their very nature and because of their breed.
Bull Terriers have been vilified through years of poor understanding of the breed requirements and need for the stimulation, play and to be part of a family unit. The Northern Free State Bull Terrier Club recognized Dania’s work in the rehabilitation field with bull terriers and invited her to head up Adora-Bull Terrier Rescue through her unrelenting efforts to help bull terriers in need and the organization was founded in 2012. During 2015, the need to become a separate entity became evident, and thus Adorabull is now a stand-alone NPO.
We live and breathe for the dogs in our care and our vision and mission is the solid and pure foundation of which we build our rescue on.
We rely solely on the generosity and goodwill of our volunteers and members of the public, who are as passionate about the Bull Terrier breed as we who rescue them and fight for their right to life, and to give them the second chance they deserve at a happy family life.
All dogs in our care are vaccinated, micro chipped and sterilized prior to rehoming and we do not condone breeding and selling of any dogs for profit. In a world where there are already many animals in need, and being euthanized due to lack of good homes etc., breeding of more unwanted litters is a matter Adorabull is very serious about fighting against.
NPO Number: 156 653 NPO
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