Posts by nybullycrew

Hurricane Maria Relief for Puerto Rico

UPDATE 9/23/17 We still have not heard form or team at the NYBC-PR Halfway House! We are very worried and know that the dogs and our friends need food, water, possible medications. We are coordinating with a local NY Chaplin Crisis Group to collect emergency supplies. We should have drop off locations by tomorrow afternoon…

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Hurricane Irma Relief & Recovery

On the heal of the devastating Hurricane Harvey, IRMA is punishing the Caribbean. Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic, hit the eastern Caribbean on Wednesday with winds of up to 185 miles an hour. It has destroyed Barbuda and St Martin. New York Bully Crew has a strong rescue…

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Help for Hurricane Harvey

The Staten Island community has come together to assist the families affected by Hurricane Harvey. Our elected officials, schools, churches and volunteer organizations, along with residents are in motion and ready to help. We know all too well the immediate needs in the aftermath of a devastating storm. Although monetary donations are needed, what affected…

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Saving Tone from Newark – Fosters Save Lives

Remember Tone? July, 2017, we posted a plea for an emergency foster so we could pull him from the Newark, NJ shelter. He was very ill with pneumonia and he wasn’t doing well. Kendell, a NYBC supporter made us aware of Tone and assisted with finding a foster. Mary, Tone’s foster mom, who now calls…

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Dog Shot in Spine Learns to Walk Again

About 1 year ago, our precious angel Carmen was brutally shot in the back by a heartless 12 year old boy. Although Carmen has made AMAZING progress, every day she has some struggle resulting from the bullet-her legs lock up and she bunny hops instead of walking, she forgets to walk and just drags, very…

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Mr. Hicks & Naji Cancer Fund

On June 8, 2017 we lost our sweet Naji. Naji in Arabic means survivor and although the cancer defeated her body, her spirit prevailed to leave an immeasurable and profound difference in us all. Naji taught us how to survive. She taught us how to love unconditionally, she taught us how to forgive and she…

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Half Marathon to Help New York Bully Crew

Meet Amanda Hay. Amanda is a proud Marine veteran who still serves our country as a civilian working for the United States Army. Amanda loves her country, loves to run and loves animals. Especially Pit Bulls. Amanda says Marines are resilient warriors who strive to be of service whether in or out of uniform. And…

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