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Ring Dog Rescue and Pence Subaru Partner to “Share the Love” and Find Forever Homes for Richmond’s Homeless Pets

An estimated 70 percent of Subaru Owners Have Pets; More than Any Other Auto Manufacturer

Ring Dog will join the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) and Subaru of America for its annual year-end “Share the Love” campaign and celebration. New car buyers/leasers can choose to have $250 donated among five charities – including the ASPCA. Subaru strives to reflect their owners’ active lifestyles, love of the outdoors, and community involvement. read more

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National Pit Bull Awareness Day 2010 – Training People for Pits Sake!


With so many dog fighting cases pending in our local area, and the conviction of Michael Vick, the time could never be better for an event which educates the public and honors these unjustly maligned animals.

National Pit Bull Awareness Day is a concept created by a Tennessee pit bull rescue in 2007 with the intent of creating a national day on which pit bulls are celebrated versus demonized. In stark contrast to the daily abuse and victimization of these dogs, this day is intended to be a day to cherish these animals. The event has grown in support since it’s inception with 2008 being marked by 150 celebrations across the United States and even events as far away as Canada and Russia. read more

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Training People for Pits Sake

In celebration of National Pit Bull Awareness Day on October 23, 2010, Ring Dog Rescue is hosting a series of activities surrounding that date to celebrate these dogs. The centerpiece event of the celebration is a public event intended to provide training, insight, education and a place to network for animal welfare advocates.

=&0=& “Training People for Pits Sake”=&1=& Saturday, October 23, 2010 from 9:00am to 5:00pm=&2=& Chesterfield County, VA Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall=&3=& Any member of the public with a valid admission ticket.=&4=&Only spayed/neutered pets will be allowed.=&5=&

Tickets at the door are $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 4-12 (children ages 3 and under are subject to FREE admission). Training class prices are $25 per class or $40 for two classes. There is to be one dog per handler and no children under 18 are permitted in the training area. read more

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Adoptables: Chloe

Chloe is about 5 months old and as sweet as they come!   This always-happy, high-speed girl prances around with confidence and curiosity but will also... more

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