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Happy St. Pitties Day Everyone!

15 Mar

From Frankie May, Helena, Tristan, John, Andrew, Josh and Jennifer!

Happy St. Pitties Day

Special thanks to our friend Madeline for the great graphic!


Frankie Meets Her New Best Friend!

8 Feb

Bully Project‘s adopted Frankie meets her long lost relative, and new best friend, Franklin!

Introducing Francis May!

5 Feb

The dog we have come to know as Frankie has a new “official” name – but she will mostly be still be called Frankie. “Why’s that?” you ask? Well, Frankie has been adopted!

Frankie Adopted

Frankie’s journey started out pretty tumultuously, as you’ll recall. Found by a firefighter while out on a run and shuffled about among three different homes. But thankfully, close friends shared her pictures on Facebook and we ended up finding her the most perfect forever home. This just goes to show you that something as small as tagging a friend on Facebook can make the world change for a dog!

Frankie in the snow

Frankie in the snow

Frankie and her mom on the day they met

Frankie and her mom on the day they met

A Perfect Pair

A Perfect Pair

Making Monkey Bread for guests on Super Bowl Sunday

Making Monkey Bread for guests on Super Bowl Sunday

Watching the Super Bowl

Watching the Super Bowl

Dog Pile!

Dog Pile!

Congratulations Frankie on your new, fabulous home! Special thanks go out to John Bartlett and The Tiny Tim Rescue Fund for covering Frankie’s medical care for us!

Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Frankie

21 Jan

Frankie was found by an FDNY fighter wandering around Grand Concourse in the Tremont section of the Bronx. The firefighter who found her, due to his work schedule/on call nature, could not take care of her, and she eventually found her way to Bully Project.

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She is sweet, affectionate, and has not displayed any resource or food guarding. She is great around other dogs and small children. Our best guess is she is anywhere from 18-24 months and weighs about 50 pounds. She is already up to date on her vaccinations and will be spayed and microchipped prior to adoption.


She’s housebroken, and not at all destructive, and working on her crate training skills. She doesn’t mind being in the crate at all, but she mostly she just wants to be next to her humans, get a lot of exercise and come home and lay at your feet (or across your body!).


She still needs some more experience walking on a leash as she does like to pull, but judging by her aptitude and intelligence, leash training wouldn’t take too long or be that arduous a process. In fact, just putting her in an easy walk harness has helped immensely.


All in all, she’s a pretty exceptional canine – and have you noticed her Zorro mask?! If you would like to adopt Frankie, please email for more information.

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