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We’re happy to announce our involvement with Trinity Solar’s Stewardship Program to help us raise money while providing you with a no-cost solar installation. 

  • Trinity Solar will contribute $100 to Brick City Rescue with every qualified appointment that is created through this program.

  • Raise $1,000 for Brick City Rescue any time you or a fellow member goes solar with Trinity Solar.

  • Refer a Friend to earn $500 for Brick City Rescue and $500 for yourself when someone referred outside of your organization goes solar with Trinity.

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Brick City Rescue Inc (BCR) is dedicated to finding loving, stable homes for all adoptable homeless dogs in NJ with a main focus on Bully Breeds. We encourage compassionate and responsible behavior and supply training, food, shelter and medical care to all of our animals. We serve as a community resource, disseminating valuable information to the public by promoting responsible pet ownership and providing education regarding breed discrimination.

Our Mission

EVENTS

 

Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 outbreak our upcoming events have been postponed indefinitely. Please check back periodically for changes.

 

We solely rely on donations so please consider making a tax deductible donation towards the care and essentials needed for our dogs. With the lack of events and fundraisers, our ability to continue to pull dogs out of shelters decrease. 

Thank you in advance for your support and generosity. Together we will continue to fight. 

In Memory of Flip

In Loving Memory of Raisa,  we will continue to help the homeless dogs, the less fortunate ones and fight for each and every one of them every single day. Raisa, you will always be in our hearts and mind and we will be forever grateful that our paths crossed. RIP sweet girl. May you run free now, Raisa

BARNEY

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Barney was pulled from Philly ACCT sick with Parvo. He has been hospitalized for a week now and is just now showing signs of improvement. A simple vaccine could have prevented this and now this 1yr old boy has been fighting for his life. We don't know much about his past but we will not let that define him. He needs a foster or adopter and for now, needs to be the only dog. Once he is healthy, we will test him with dogs. So for the staff at the hospital say he is a very sweet boy appreciative of his second chance.