Hundreds walk to save a Bully in Fresno
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Hundreds of pets and their people walked through Woodward Park Sunday raising money for some homeless pets who are also called Bullies.
Bully breeds like Pit Bulls and Bulldogs walked a two mile course through the park Sunday morning joined by their owners and some of their other doggie friends.
The Walk to save a Bully Event raises money for the Fresno Bully Rescue, a no kill shelter that focuses on Bully breeds.
But organizers say they also want to show the public there are responsible Bully owners out there.
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