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PIT BULL ANGEL

Giving a good breed a better name!

Program in conjunction with Hamilton Humane.

STOP BREED DISCRIMINATION

Giving a good breed a better name!

Guardians for the Animals of Ohio, Inc.  is proud to be an advocacy/rescue organization that does not discriminate against pit bulls (or any other breed). We believe every dog should be evaluated on individual temperament and actions, not on breed.  The Pit Bull Angel Program was created by the Director of Hamilton Humane & we are honored to bring this program to Ohio.  We want to recognize those in the community who have provided loving, adoptive homes and/or financial support to a breed that often gets a bad rap. And when we’re talking about a “bad rap,” it’s so much more. Pit bulls and pit mixes — more often than any other breed — find themselves homeless, unwanted, abused, and the victims of breed discrimination.

LOOK AT THE PIT BULL ANGEL PROGRAM

WHAT IS IT

This program recognizes adopters who welcome a Pit Bull (or Pit Bull mix) into their homes whether it’s as a foster or forever. And for those who cannot foster or adopt, your financial support of these big hearted clowns certainly grants you your pit bull angel wings, too!

WHO IT HELPS

Shelters everywhere are full of “bully breeds” that would make wonderful family pets — but are consistently overlooked. These dogs wait longer for a home than any other animals in the shelter. We need more angels to swoop in and give these amazing dogs the opportunity to show how loyal and loving they truly are.

WHY IT MATTERS

Pit Bulls (and mixes) wait longer for homes because of the many misperceptions and breed discrimination policies that target these dogs. The Pit Bull Angel Program is focused on education and debunking the myths surrounding this breed.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We’re here to change public perception…one Pit Bull adoption at a time. Please consider adopting or fostering a Pit Bull. And if you can’t add one to your home, advocate!