BENEFITING: ANGEL CITY PIT BULLS
ORGANIZER: ANGEL CITY PIT BULLS
EVENT: 2015 LA Marathon
EVENT DATE: Mar 15, 2015
ANGEL CITY PIT BULLS wrote -
Angel City Pit Bulls is all about making the world a better place for the dogs we love. We take in dogs from shelters all across Los Angeles and give them the love and care they need until their forever homes are found. We offer free spay/neuter and related services to families who have fallen on tough times and need a little extra help. We support our community with free training classes and group pack hikes so that our pit bull families can continue to thrive.
Your tax-deductible donation will help with some of these life-saving expenses:
$25: Collar and Leash Sponsor: Provides a collar, tag, and leash for a new dog entering our program.
$50: The Food Sponsor: Provides a one month supply of high protein, grain-free, premium diet and a enriching beef knuckle bone for one dog.
$100: The Spay/Neuter Sponsor: Provides a spay/neuter surgery for one dog.
$200: The Basic Rescue Sponsor: Saves the life of one dog by covering the shelter rescue fee, flea-meds, deworming, a one-month supply of high-protein grain-free premium food, and supplies.
$300: The TLC Sponsor (Basic Rescue Sponsor + Vetting): All of the above plus a trip to the vet and meds for a dog with a simple shelter acquired infection.
$400: The Puppy Sponsor (TLC Package + Vaccines): All of the above provided for a new puppy plus all required vaccines.
$500: The Mange Puppy Sponsor (Puppy Sponsor + Mange Treatment until resolved): In an overcrowded shelter system, puppies with severe demodex are frequently euthanized. This treatable condition can take several months to clear. In the shelter, these dogs are rarely adopted, leaving rescue as an only option for survival.
$750: The ICU Sponsor (TLC Package + Veterinary Boarding): The TLC package plus an admission to a vet hospital for a severe respiratory infection, shelter acquired pneumonia, or virus requiring isolation.
$1000: The Spay/Neuter Angel: Provides funding for 10 dogs to receive spay/neuter surgery.