Here at Bullypaws.org, we care about the dogs that many people discard. Pitbulls, Bulldogs, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and more, all deserve the same tender love and care as a Labrador.
Our mission is to share information on these amazing pets and help remove the stigma that surrounds our friends.
Reading through our articles, you can learn how to train these types of dogs to ensure your and everyone else’s safety.
Rescues, puppies, and old dogs all need different care, and we can help you give it. All the answers are on our web pages.
Led by Emily Andrews, our in-house veterinarian ensures that all of our information is accurate and up to date. Emily, it’s time for you to take the reins!
Hi everyone, I’m Emily Andrews and I can’t wait to explain why Bullypaw.org means so much to me.
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be a veterinarian. I loved every dog, horse, bird, and squirrel. But from an early age, I noticed that bully dogs like Pitbulls and Staffordshire Terriers were given a different treatment than their friends.
Everyone said they were prone to aggression, but I didn’t believe it. They seemed just as friendly as my family Labrador. Turns out I was right. These dogs are loyal and were once considered the perfect nanny dogs.
My love for animals wasn’t just a childhood fantasy. In 2002 I graduated from my veterinary school in New Zealand with a BVSc. I wanted to travel the world and help rejected animals as I went, but to do that I needed to pass the American Exams. It didn’t take long for me to earn a DVM, and soon I was heading to Florida.
In Florida, I practiced as a veterinarian for a couple of large and small shelters. My adventures continue to Australia and the UK before heading back to the states.
Now I’m in North Carolina, and slowing down to care for my young family. But I still want to help those rejected and misunderstood bullies.
This is why I set up BullyPaw.org. Now, with the help of my team, I can spread helpful information online, reducing false news about bully dogs.
I hope you come to love these loyal puppies as much as I do.
We want to show everyone why bully dogs can be amazing pets. If you like any of our work, share it among your friends and help reduce decades of misinformation.