Ambassador Pit Bull Rescue
P.O. Box 622
Gainesville, Virginia 20155
Ambassador Pit Bull Rescue (APBR) is a local breed specific rescue/placement organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and responsible rehoming of neglected, surrendered or otherwise homeless Pit Bull dogs in the DC Metropolitan Area (Northern Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia). Concurrently, APBR is dedicated to educating the public about responsible dog ownership regarding the proper care and training of Pit Bulls. APBR is an all-volunteer rescue organization with seasoned rescuers who have been rescuing and placing ?Pit Bull type? dogs for many years. None of APBR?s officers, directors or rescuers receives any salary or compensation of any kind. Additionally, all administrative costs are kept to an absolute minimum, as every penny spent on administration is considered money taken away from the dogs. Private contributions are spent on the rescuing of Pit Bull dogs and include but are not limited to: shelter fees paid to obtain the dog, veterinary expenses for spaying/neutering, maintaining up-to-date vaccinations, various testing as needed for heartworm and other diseases, etc. Many of the Pit Bulls entering our program require additional medical treatment in order to treat infections, injuries, wounds or illnesses prior to being eligible for adoption. As adoption fees alone do not cover APBR?s actual costs incurred from these situations, APBR obtains substantial support from the general public. A small portion this income is set aside to invest into merchandise, which is sold as a fundraising activity. All of the activities of APBR will be governed by or conducted under the control and supervision of the officers and board of directors of APBR.
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