A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
We are a private 501(c)(3) Pit Bull rescue. We help area animal controls, other rescue groups, and stray animals find loving and permanent homes. We save dogs that have days and sometimes even minutes to live. Many Pit Bulls suffer in silence, they live on chains, are fought every week, and yet nothing is done. We are their voice, for they can not speak. Through education, spay and neuter programs we hope to make a huge difference.
We have seven very dedicated families who foster dogs for us, in several area Counties. Working together is what saves lives. An animal control who will pick up the phone and call a rescue, is taking the first step in reducing euthanasia in their county!
This rescue is run on donations, and hard work. It takes a lot of financial resources to successfully operate a rescue organization. Our donation fees do not come close to how much money is invested in each and every dog we take in. ALL dogs go out altered, micro-chipped, de-wormed, and current on their vaccinations. Our fees never cover gas, food, leashes, collars, and the numerous toys, and dog beds that our "kids" get to enjoy while in our care. A price tag can not be put on the amount of time that each and every volunteer has spent trying to make your family member a better pet.
We can't survive without YOU. For those that want to make a difference for a dog in need, but do not have the ability to adopt or foster ... this is for you. Every donation matters, small or large.
Giving a donation is as easy as a few mouse clicks. If you would like to donate through a safe online process, click on the PayPal Donate button on the left. To learn more about PayPal, visit www.PayPal.com. A donation by check can also be mailed to us at our address shown on the Contact Us page. All donations are tax deductible.
In addition to monetary donations, there are many other ways you can make a difference in a homeless dog's life.
Visit our Ways to Help page for more information.
The Pit Bull Terriers have an undeserved bad rap. It seems every time you turn around, you read another "Pit Bull Gone Bad" story. To learn more about the true nature of this wonderful breed, visit our FAQ page for the Truths and Myths of the Pit Bull Terrier.
This Video is dedicated to everyone that has made a
difference in a homeless pet's life.
Every effort counts.
We Thank You, and all the saved pets Thank You.
• An Interview At The Dog Pound
MEET THE DOGS THAT HAVE MADE A HUGE IMPACT ON US:
• Summer and Lacy
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