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Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs Project Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals

Mission: The focus of the Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs Project, Inc. is trifold: 1. The ongoing education of the public on the appropriate care of dogs. 2. To feed and provide initial emergency care for abandoned and free roaming dogs while promoting their safe capture and transfer to reputable non-profit rescue organizations for re-homing. 3. To bring awareness to the plight of the free roaming dogs in Miami-Dade County Florida.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

BP D.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I volunteer with this organization when I am in the area, but live elsewhere. They are some of the most inspiring and dedicated people I have ever met. They go above and beyond the call of most rescues by regularly feeding abandoned dogs they cannot currently get off the streets. They work tirelessly to save every dog they can from those streets. The work this group does is endless and I personally know they could use all the help possible to do the most good.

Vanessa M.4

Donor

Rating: 5

They do such amazing work. I adopted my puppy Charlie, formerly known as manny! He was rescued from a pretty bad situation. The fact that this organization takes the time to do such wonderful work amazes me. I thank Jessie so much for allowing me to be a doggy mom to such a wonderful pup. I only hope that more people become aware of this organization and help out and give homes to these wonderful dogs. They all deserve a home

Sharon B.5

Volunteer

Rating: 4

I am a volunteer with this wonderful organization. We feed abandoned and stray dogs and cats. When it is possible or necessary (like an injury or a pregnancy or if there are puppies) we pick them up and make sure they get the treatment they need. We are always in need of fosters, so if you have a heart for animals and can foster PLEASE get in touch with this organization.