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Review for Ring Dog Rescue Inc, Richmond, VA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

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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A lot

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

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Role:  Volunteer

Review for Lupus Foundation of America, Inc., Washington, DC, USA

Rating: 2 stars  

Foundations. Charities. They do great things and need donors, of which, I often donate to charities of my choice based on that charities mission and fiscal responsibility. What I don't want is for an organization, this one, calling my home phone a few times per week while I am at work and letting the voice mail system go to the point of recording, just for them to hang up immediately. Now I am coming home everyday picking up the phone to wait for the prompt, entering my password, and finally deleting a half second message. If their mission is to pester individuals into donating by making multiple calls per week, then I want no part in it.

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A lot

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Role:  General Member of the Public