Minnesota Pit Bull Rescue is a home-based foster care service started in 2009. Since they do not own a physical shelter, all dogs are placed with families willing to care for these animal while waiting for adoption. All funds received go towards food, medical, and training, and most of their dogs are adopted within six to eighteen months.
Beyond the general need for donations they are looking for good families to act as foster families while the animals are up for adoption. This can be either a long-term adoption or a short-term to cover another adoption family having to be gone. You can find more information at their FAQ.
They also run multiple fundraisers through the year, and we’re pleased to announce that we will be hosting one at Furry Migration 2019! Other events can be found at their events page.
They also have a “Business Bark Out” that give shout-outs to business that are Pit Bull friendly or have assisted in their goal of finding good homes.
Lastly, they offer an annually puppy kissing booth, and you can find adorable video footage of it at CBS’s Website.