October 24, 2012
Hi everyone! I have known Sarah since started her rescue, actually that is how we met. I received an email from a mutual friend informing me that Sarah was starting a much needed Pitbull rescue in the Inland Empire and wanted to introduce her. Sarah started her rescue from the ground up and worked tirelessly and quickly getting her rescue to a non-profit status the right way. Sarah not only worked hard to save pit bulls but also has assisted our local mastiff rescues when we needed help! Sarah's kindness and compassion knows no boundaries. If she can help, she will and she does. Sarah runs a top notch rescue and carefully screens home to assure the dogs are in a "forever home" and that adopters can always count on support from her and her volunteers to ensure a transition that is as smooth as possible. Sarah not only saves and finds homes for PBT's, she is always finding ways to help educate the public on positive dog stewardship, spay and neuter, positive dog training and stopping the spread of misinformation against ALL breeds. If you are looking for a "pebble" as we like to call them, please consider adopting from Change of Heart Pitbull Rescue and I encourage you to read the story behind the name of her rescue. You will be glad you did and even if you don't adopt, please share her website to help inform all PBT dog parents for a great wealth of information and support!
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