Pit Bull Rescue, Richmond Virginia - Ring Dog Rescue
Ring Dog Rescue is a rescue group dedicated to the "Pit Bull type dogs", which is defined as any dog having bulldog lineage.
We are a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization and are currently listing adoptable pit bulls from, not only Ring Dog Rescue, but our
other rescue friends and those who have opened their door to an orphaned pit bull in private rescue.
We at Ring Dog Rescue all own a pit bull type dog and would like to answer all your questions and help guide you to a
happy life for you and your companion, as well as to aid you in finding the perfect one for you.
If you're considering or want to find a new home your pit bull type dog, read this first.
RING DOG RESCUE NEEDS YOUR HELP!
It has always been our mission to help those less fortunate and needing medical care that inhibits them from being adopted from local shelters. We have recently been inundated with medical cases and need your tax deductible donation to help continue treatment for these dogs. As some of you may know, Pixie had surgery to fix her leg and now she is going through heartworm treatment. Marscapone and Felicia are also being treated for heartworms. Miss Skipper was brought in with a crushed leg and had an amputation done upon arrival. Lola is in training, but had to have her torn ear repaired and she had vaginitis. Tipton was saved from a puppy mill is in need of surgery to correct his cherry eye and a teeth cleaning. Nila ( pronounced Knee-La) is going to need mammary tumor removal and mass cell tumor removal. Our newest pup (named TBD) is going to need orthopedic surgery to fix her fractured elbow!
We estimate these dogs costing...
Feliciia $400 (picture coming soon!)
Nila (first surgery) $550.00
Totaling $5850.00 if you can help in anyway, please click the donate button below.
Thank you, without support from people like you rescue just doesn't work!
We've expanded our Popsicles for Pups program to include 2 new locations!
This program, "Popsicles for Pups", is an enrichment program focused on kenneled animals located in jurisdictional shelters. Many municipalities do not have funding for extras; and with the low-kill movement-taking place, this means many animals stay in shelters for longer periods of time. Ring Dog Rescue and its volunteers have developed a program to install a freezer and supply the shelter with the essentials to give the dogs something to do with their time in a healthy way. This program is currently being offered at Richmond Animal Care & Control, Powhatan Animal Control, and Heritage Humane Society. If you are interested in donating towards this program, click one of the PayPal links to the right. You may also donate actual items to be used, these items can be dropped off at any of the below locations:
RAC&C, 1600 Chamberlayne Ave, Richmond VA 23222
PAC, 4000 Old Plantation Rd, Powhatan VA 23139
HHS, 430 Waller Mill Rd, Williamsburg VA 23185
NOTE:Please desiginate on drop off that the supplies are for the Popsicles for Pups program
Miss Reign needs your support to help her live out her days pain free!
Miss Reign is a young girl that is much loved by her owner. Unfortunately Reign has a torn ACL that requires an expensive surgery that her owner cannot afford. We are hoping to help raise funds for this surgery which is about $1000 so Reign can live a long and happy life that is comfortable and pain free! Please consider donating for this pretty girl via the paypal link and designate the donation for Reign. She will forever thank you for it!
Madelyn's Friends Foundation
Madelyn's Friends Foundation, or MFFRVA, is a greater Richmond area non-profit. Our sole purpose is to help fund emergency and specialty care for animals whose caregivers cannot afford it.
We first heard of Phoenix's situation when Ring Dog Rescue contacted us to see if we could help. We are pleased to say we were able to provide a significant amount of money to help pay for Phoenix's ongoing treatment.
Like us on Facebook and check out our site frequently (www.mffrva.com) for updates and future success stories. We would like to thank Ring Dog Rescue for giving us this opportunity to help Phoenix become one of Madelyn's Friends.
We got bucks to take nuts! And not just to neuter, but spays, too :)