It costs roughly one MILLION tax dollars a year for Denver, CO and PG County, MD to keep its pit bull ban in effect. But hey, they’re just dogs right? Actually, they’re not even dogs, they are vicious pit bulls, so in the long run its for the best because there’s no need to teach people about responsibility & education…. We won’t hold the owners accountable for their bad decisions, we’ll just kill their dogs instead.
These dogs are all at the Chesterfield County Animal Shelter & are URGENT – 9300 Public Works Road Chesterfield, Va 23832 ; Phone: (804) 748-1683
Monday – Friday
10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
noon – 4 p.m.
Please contact Ring Dog Rescue @ email@example.com if you can foster one of these babies. If you’re interested in adopting please visit the shelter directly. They are desperate to get these dogs into loving forever homes. Open your heart and home to a rescue dog today!
RDR had a great turn out and adoption stand at Ginger’s this past weekend. A huge thank you to Melanie Benware and the employees of Holiday Barn for raising $200 for Artemus!! Artemus is recovering from parvo and is doing great!
We also finalized the following adoptions: Leroy Brown (aka Truman), Jonah, Amos (the Dachsund that never made the web), Marley, and Miss Kitty! Bones starts his trial run today as well!
Our very own Cheulah and DogDog made their debut at the Monument Avenue Easter Parade to benefit Fetch-A-Cure and over 40,000 people attended this annual event.
OK – So as a pit bull rescue we get this question all of the time, and unfortunately even pit bull advocates don’t all share the same opinion; however, considering we’ve been doing this for quite a few years now, RDR has come to the conclusion, like that of Animal Farm Foundation, which is
“all dogs are individuals, and must be treated as such. We work specifically on behalf of dogs labeled as “pit bulls” not because they are different from any other dogs, but because they are not.” (http://www.animalfarmfoundation.org/)
I hope this message finds you well. I was just informed that Councilman Charles Samuels has created an online poll focused on the topic of Richmond Animal Care and Control and its ultimate placement within the City structure. It is live on his homepage: http://www.charlesrsamuels.com/. Please take a moment to show your support for RACC’s relocation to Police rather than Public Works and encourage others who share this viewpoint to do the same. Many thanks for your support of our animal care division and of our City’s homeless animals and residents,