Hey! Thanks for stopping by. Hopefully you’re here because you already love “pit bull” dogs like I do, or you want to learn more about them. In the last year, I’ve learned tons about animal welfare, rescue work, “pit bull” dogs, and much more – and it’s opened my eyes to a whole new way of looking at things. I’m hooked!
Below are some great resources to learn more information about “pit bulls” dogs and the great work people are doing with them.
Animal Farm Foundation is an organization that not only rehabilitates and re-homes “pit bull” dogs, but they also provide invaluable resources to shelters, rescues, and advocates across the country on how to best market your adoptable pit bulls. They strive for equal treatment of “pit bull” dogs – because, after all, they’re just dogs. Here you will also learn why I use the term ”"pit bull” dogs.”
BAD RAP provides a number of services to “pit bull” dog owners and potential “pit bull” dog adopters, including Canine Good Citizen classes, education classes, community outreach, and more. They were also highly involved in adopting out the Vick dogs (yay!).
Jasmine’s House Inc. is a rescue group in the DC area that gets “pit bull” dogs adopted into great homes. They also do community outreach and humane education for inner city elementary school students. I definitely recommend you browse their site, and look for information about Project Mickey.