via BtC4animals.com - BAD RAP (Bay Area Doglovers Responsible About Pitbulls) is a small nonprofit organization of pitbull owners, trainers, educators, rescuers, and supporters based in Oakland, California.
BAD RAP has been instrumental in the evaluation, rescue, and rehabilitation of the dogs in the Michael Vick case, providing vision and hope for these dogs, as well as many other dogs from high-profile federal dog fighting arrests.
The Honest Kitchen, makers of dehydrated, human-grade whole foods for dogs and cats, will donate a percentage of their online store profits to BAD RAP this month, and they pose a challenge for us all. BAD RAP’s donation will double if The Honest Kitchen reaches 40,000 Facebook fans this month!
Here's how you can help:
- Like The Honest Kitchen on Facebook
- Post this status on Facebook and Twitter: Support pit bull education from BAD RAP with just a click! Here’s how: http://bit.ly/gpXztI
- Visit BADRAP.org, Like BAD RAP on Facebook, and follow @BADRAPorg on Twitter
You can help dispell the myths and fear surrounding this misunderstood breed. Please watch this PBS episode of Need to Know called “The dogs are alright: The Vick dogs make a comeback” for more about the challenges BAD RAP founders Donna Reynolds and Tim Racer faced and the success they’ve achieved.