Harley's Angels of Texas

Organized by: Tim Pirisino

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Helping those in need during Hurrican Harvey
September 05, 2017

We recently provided resources for displaced dogs, along with a couple of Texas based rescue shelters. Here is a little shout out that we received See More


On December 13th, 2015, a horrible and heartbreaking car accident caused the death of our amazing pitbull, Harley. She was Tim's first animal rescue, all the way back in 2009, where Harley was bred specifically for dog fighting. After a near-death illness as a puppy, Harley wove herself deeply into our lives, becoming best friends with her sister, Kallee, and solidifying in our hearts the significance and importance of rescuing dogs...especially those who have been dejected and abused by humans. Help us join the fight by giving your very best donation amount to our cause: Harley's Angels of Texas. With your donation, we will be able to create a 501(c)3 organization in honor of Harley, so that we can improve the lives of every discarded, abandoned, and abused dog in Texas, while also emphasizing the rescue and rehabilitation of at-risk pitbulls and other breeds. Thank you for being a part of our Chosen Family - and we look forward to a world where dogs just like Harley can be loved and cared for, regardless of breed hatred.



3% Raised of $5,000 Goal

  • Anonymous


  • Ria and Hannah


  • Ben Mobley


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Donor Comments

Ben Mobley

Ben Mobley


Although I've never met Harley, I'm certain to see the same joy and love she had in the faces your efforts continues to fight for. Looking forward to meeting them today! 2 years ago

Ria and Hannah

Ria and Hannah


I loved Harley so much! So excited for this new adventure and what a great cause! You guys are amazing! Xoxo 2 years ago



Hope you kids know what you're doing. We will be here to help if you need it. 2 years ago

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