Feel free to reach out to us or check out the more common questions below!
We are a foster based rescue. Meaning we do not have a kennel facility to house our dogs. We have foster homes all over the Valley. After rescue some may have a short stay at a temporary foster then they are off to a committed foster home where they are made comfortable and can receive the best care possible until they find their forever homes.
If you are interested in a specific dog, you can contact us about arranging a meet and greet or scheduling a time when that dog will be available for viewing and up for adoption.
Our organization relies on foster homes. We do not have our own kennel facility so foster homes are a necessity to enable us to save lives. Allowing a dog into your home, is directly saving them and giving the dog the opportunity to find it’s forever home. Through their dogs, our foster parents help to educate hundreds of people about responsible rescue, responsible dog ownership and common breed misconceptions with pitbulls.
Once you fill out the foster application and become approved to be an active foster home, we will place an appropriate dog in your home based on your lifestyle and current animals and ages of children in your home. We will be responsible for any medical bills for that dog. We also provide the basic necessities that the dog will need in your home, food, a kennel, collar & leashes.
We also ask you to be responsible dog caregivers. Always keep current identification on the dog to allow for his safe return if the dog gets lost. Always walk the dog on a leash. Never let your foster dog go ‘off-leash’. Finally, the most important part of being a foster home is to provide the love and attention that these dogs need and deserve.
All of our dogs will come fully vetted, which includes the following:
Here are just some of the ways that you will benefit from fostering a dog:
Because pet stores sell pups that were bred for profit, puppy mills are where their parents are living a tortured life, and the early life of your pup was in horrible conditions. Neighborhood breeders or backyard breeders are people that mate dogs to get a little extra money or because they thought it would be cute and maybe wanted to keep a pup for themselves. This is also not helpful for our efforts to become a No Kill Nation. A rescue pup is mostly from unwanted litters from dogs with owners who have not done the responsible thing and sterilized their pet. Often times they give up their female dog with the litter. Our pups may not have had a great start but we make sure they have a wonderful forever. Note: no responsible, serious breeder would have their pups sold at stores. They carefully place their pups to others that will be responsible; often times sell their pups for over $1,000.
We are always in need of assistance, and there are many ways you can help!Donations: We are a non-profit organization and can always use monetary donations. Please donate via paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org. You could also help by buying something off our our Amazon wishlist. We are always in need of supplies and material donations, please check out the "Support" page for more information. Every bit helps!!Fostering: We can only save lives if we have foster homes! Please consider opening your home and heart to a dog dying for a spot!Volunteering: If you can’t foster but want to help we can certainly use your help!! Just some of the needs we have are
These helpful roles can be done when you have the time and you can commit to only those that fit your schedule, please consider taking some time out to help
PPBR has set prices for the dogs in our care. We do not believe one breed is more valuable over another.
PPBR does not expect to cover close to the amount we spend on the dogs in our care, but we do believe that the cost should be reasonable to all.
Dogs over the age of 8 months old is $150 which includes 3 in home training sessions.
As well as every adoption includes 30 day access to puptalk!
Unlike many humane societies who are publicly funded with paid employees and do a great deal of fundraising; PPBR is all volunteers with no pay. We work with each dog in our care to see that they find a loving home.
Humane Societies keep their adoptions up and their cost low by adopting the best and killing the rest. When needed and PPBR is able to we rescue dogs from their care. Tax records indicate most Humane Societies have a great deal in savings. PPBR is trying hard to raise funds so we can provide the best care for all our dogs. We operate on adoption fees and donations.
PPBR is a 100% volunteer run, donation based 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to rescue & rehabilitate dogs. Most dogs vetting and care cost considerably more then the adoption fee. Your new family member will come to you happy and as healthy as we can make them, with as much knowledge as we have about him. You will have PPBR’s support for the life of your dog as well.
The adoption fee for your new dog may cover some or all of their expenses during their time with the foster parent, or some of their adoption fee may be used to help a dog in PPBR who is currently fighting for their life. Either way, you can feel good knowing every penny of the adoption fee you pay for your new family member will go to helping fight pet over-population in our country!