The Mile High Bull Terrier Club is a Colorado-based not-for-profit group dedicated to show, care, rescue and adoption of English Bull Terriers in metro Denver and surrounding regions. Our club was started in 1981, with our first supported show in 1983. Our members come from various cities all over the state of Colorado.
We are an affiliated club with the national Bull Terrier Club of America, hold fun events, supported shows, and other Bull Terrier get-togethers.
Our major emphasis has shifted from show to rescue, with more than 400 English Bull Terriers finding their new Forever Homes since we began this heartwarming cause. Our very first Bully Walk attracted many rescue families, and the rescue committee was delighted to see how these previously sad Bullies were now thriving, spoiled family members. Check our Rescue and Adoption page for current information on Bullies needing Forever Homes.
Breed-specific legislation is, unfortunately, alive and well in parts of Colorado. Denver and Aurora have pitbull bans in effect. Thanks to the mighty efforts of club members in the early 90’s, Bull Terriers are NOT banned anywhere in the state (click here for the “I am a Bull Terrier – not a Pit Bull” flyer).