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Chloe resides at the Friends of the Association Humane of Newark NJ.
Their description said “Polite Lady Seeks Forever Home". Chloe is a doll. She’s very well behaved, so gentle and easy to handle. She’s great for someone who just wants a quiet dog that just wants to cuddle. She has a real nice temperament. Sits for a treat, and takes it gently from your hand; had a very good food test. Didn’t seem to know what a toy was. She did take the raw hide, and politely gave it back. Sweet as pie!” Her ID is #135064.
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 Earlier this year, a neighbor of BMU Founder, Jessie, found a malnourished Pittie tied to a pole and it was a cold, rainy day. She waited for over 3 hours to see if someone would come back for the poor baby but nobody did and she couldn't just leave her there, so knowing that BMU helps with Pittie's in need, she decided to take the pup home and see what they could do. Unfortunately her stepfather is allergic to dogs so she couldn't keep her. For the next two days, we posted Mia (her name at the time) on social media, made some calls to potential fosters, but just couldn't find anyone and we really didn't want to take her to a shelter after her traumatic experience. She was already very afraid and unsure of herself. Thankfully, Jessie got a call from a family friend that had been wanting to rescue another Pittie so her current Furson, who is also a Pittie, Tuff, would have a companion and someone to play with, plus she just wanted to add to her family, being Pittie lovers ourselves, we know it's hard to have only one, lol! So, we drove Mia to her potential new home, and thank God, it was love at first sight! Not only between Mia and her new Mommy, but also between her and Tuff too! Mia, who is now the very sassy Ms. Bossy, sure is the BOSS of her now FUREVER home and we just couldn't be happier! We want to give a special THANK YOU to Amanda (Jessie's neighbor) for having such a big heart and not leaving Bossy tied to that pole, for taking care of her and giving her lots of love for those two days, at only 19 years old, you are an inspiration and we know you have a lot of rescuing in your future! We'd also like to give a big THANK YOU to Tina (Bossy's new Mom) for bringing Bossy into her home and making her a part of her family, as well as getting Bossy back to being healthy, a little TLC goes a long way! Looking at your posts with Bossy, we can just see the love you two have for each other, she was meant to be with you and we love to see her playing with Tuff, they are just adorable together and are lucky to have you as their mom, you are absolutely pawsome! You ladies are proof that TEAMWORK truly does save lives and that's why we're Bully Moms UNITED!


Meet the ladies of Bully Moms United



Before deciding to adopt Rocky,I did a lot of research on what breed of dog would suit my family best and to my surprise, American Pit Bull Terrier really caught my attention. Besides all of the negative media 

My heart was shattered when my sweet Asia passed away from Lymphoma Cancer on August 30, 2014. Everything that once put a smile on my face had now turned into tears. A few weeks

Ever since I can remember, we have always had a fur friend or two in our home. My dad would bring home strays and unwanted dogs that some of his coworkers could no longer take care of and they

Back in 2007, I came home (I live with my father and his approval was necessary) with a Pit Bull puppy that fit in the palm of my hand. He was 3 weeks old. It was a beautiful fall day and my father was 

7 years ago I found my little diva, Zsa Zsa. She is a half shih'tzu and half poodle, and all BOSS lady! She has been there by my side trough a lot of tough times and has always been my rock. A little over 

Our newest member, Cristal, says....I'm the only woman apart of Buly Moms United that currently doesn't have a dog. Kira, my Shiba, died this past December over the holidays. She was my best friend.

I am Bully Mom Stephanie and these are my two FurBabies, Sam and Luna. I adopted Sam from the New Rochelle Humane Society in 2011. Apparently no one even gave him the chance due to his breed and color, so he




"The Bully Moms Unite" article and photos by Cristal Rojas.

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"Project Woodhaven" article and photos by Ed Wendell


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In Loving Memory of

Asia & Rocky

Until We Meet Again