Ring Dog Rescue recently assisted in the rescue of many hound dogs from a rural property. The rescue community came together to help the dogs, after finding out that nearly 70 hound dogs were living outside, with a lack of medical care, and the owner is dying of cancer. While RDR could not take many, we found 3 that needed immediate medical help and took these 3 in. Beanie a 1 year old Lemon Hound has a tick borne virus, skin infections, and ear infections. Matilda is a 6 year old beagle who has Heartworms, and is Ehrlicia positive, had…Read More
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.
Follow our tips to keep cats, dogs and horses safe and comfortable In many areas, winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your four-footed family members stay safe and warm by following these simple guidelines: Keep pets indoors The best prescription for winter’s woes is to keep your dog or cat inside with you and your family. The happiest dogs are taken out frequently for walks and exercise but kept inside the rest of the time. Don’t leave pets outdoors when the temperature drops. During walks, short-haired dogs may feel more comfortable wearing a sweater….Read More
Community outreach is one way we can all have a healthier more humane community! Our rescue organization, Ring Dog Rescue, works tirelessly to help not just the adoptable dogs in our program, but the dogs in need from our Virginia community. Our outreach programs provide proper dog houses, straw, food, medical care, and spay and neuter services to help promote proper animal husbandry. We are asking for your help! By making a donation through this GoFundMe account, any and all donations will go to helping animals in need, these funds Do Make A Difference; reducing companion animal over-population through spay…Read More
Shady was adopted from Ring Dog Rescue 7 years ago. He has lived a great life with his adoptive family. Recently Shady was diagnosed with a Mast Cell Tumor and he will be getting his leg amputated in order to stop the spread of the cancer. While this may sound overwhelming, Shady will recover, but to complicate things further, Shady’s mom was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. They will be battling cancer together, comforting each other and staying strong for each other. a Go Fund Me account was started in order to help with Shady’s medical expenses please consider donating so…Read More
This is Dude, a pittie mix who started out with RDR. His foster family adopted him when he “chose” them! He is a loving, sweet, good natured boy and has brought much joy and love to everyone. His mom and dad have learned a lot about pit bulls and helps with rescue on occasion, including transporting dogs for several groups. Recently, Dude tore his ACL causing a lot of stress and unhappiness to him. It will be a financial hardship on his family to have the surgery — totaling a whopping $2800! Last year, Dude’s dad was forced into retirement because…Read More