Detroit Bully Corps is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity dedicated to helping and advocating for abused, neglected
and homeless dogs through education, adoption, rehabilitation and training. We advocate for Bully Breeds, especially the American Pit Bull Terrier and any strain of the Molosser
category of canine. We are located in Lapeer, about an hour
north of Detroit, Michigan.
DBC Shoe Drive -- THROUGH JUNE 30
We are collecting gently used shoes, boots, sandals, heels, flats, anything you wear on your feet. The shoes will be given to underprivileged people in impoverished nations so they can start micro-enterprises where they repair,
clean and re-sell the shoes.
DROP OFF LOCATIONS
Bay City: 605 S. Columbian NS
Clawson: 409 S. Webik
Clinton Twp: 35708 Marrocco
Detroit: 2501 Pearl St.
Ferndale: 1044 W. Hazelhurst
Flint: Bauman's Running & Walking Shop, 1473 W. Hill Rd.
Sun 12-5pm / Mon, Fri 10am-8pm / Tue-Wed-Thu, Sat 10am-6pm
Grand Blanc: 5678 Cross Village
Grandville (near Grand Rapids): 4221 Piute Dr. SW
Livonia: 38204 5 Mile Rd.
Plymouth: Salon Awesome, 290 S. Main St.
Tue-Wed 10am-8pm / Thu 10am-6pm / Fri-Sat 9am-5pm
Rochester: Haig's of Rochester, 311 S. Main St.
Mon-Wed, Fri 10am-6pm / Thu 10am-8pm / Sat 10am-5pm
Rochester Hills: 2673 Long Meadow Lane
South Lyon: 9792 Ponderosa
Southfield: 24579 Gleneyrie and 23061 Helen St.
Warren: 26624 Kelsey Dr.
Washington Twp: 64511 Windsor Dr.
Wayne: Goody's Pet Supply, 35340 E. Michigan Ave.
If dropping off at a private residence, please leave the shoes on the front porch.
Do not ring bell or knock.
For more info, please visit: Funds2Orgs.com
Questions? Email: email@example.com
Barn Renovations Are Underway
Thank you Bernzomatic, "Rehab Addict" Nicole Curtis and our awesome volunteers for helping transform our barn into a training and educational facility we can use year-round. Funding is still needed to complete the project. DONATE TODAY
MDARD Certification as a Private Shelter
Great news! On January 26 we passed our inspection with the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD) and are officially designated as a certified Michigan animal shelter. We thank everyone who volunteered and donated to help us achieve this goal!
The MDARD inspector really likes our triage/quarantine room and would like to see our entire shelter upgraded to that standard. The money to create that room came from a Petfinder Foundation grant, but wasn't enough to upgrade every room. To achieve this goal, we need to purchase more flooring material, FRP (fiberglass-reinforced plastic) to cover the walls, and epoxy paint.
To help us make these upgrades, please consider making a donation today.