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Ring Dog Rescue Inc

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 352


Po Box 28632 Richmond VA 23228 USA


Ring dog rescue is a rescue group dedicated to the "pit bull type dogs", which is defined as any dog having bulldog lineage. We are a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization and are currently listing adoptable pit bulls from, not only ring dog rescue, but our other rescue friends and those who have opened their door to an orphaned pit bull in private rescue.


In 2014, we took in 89 dogs and adopted 87 into loving forever homes. Each of our dogs were spayed/neutered,fully vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm tested and treated if necessary, dewormed and kept on monthlypreventions for both heartworms and fleas.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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Any animal deserves a second chance, especially those who have been mistreated and are still, unfortunately, misunderstood. This organization does a great job vetting its volunteers and adopters. The volunteers who work as fosters for pit bulls awaiting adoption truly do a great job rehabilitating, reintegrating, and training these dogs to be the best family dog any family could ask for. The foster families insure any dog being adopted to a permanent home is entering a home that will provide correct and lasting care, and continued training. Get in contact with this organization and they will be able to work with you personally to find the perfect match for a new dog for your family. I like to tell people, "Always adopt a rescue dog. There are too many and they need you. With a foster dog, the foster family has been able implement training necessary for a dog being adopted out of a shelter. We've already gotten past the shoe chewing phase and now we have a great dog who's already learned wanted behavior. A dog that is ready for a permanent home and family."

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