​​Please make your tax deductible donation today so we can continue fighting for the pit bull breed!


If you would prefer to make your donation directly to our vet bills via the veterinary office, you may contact any of them and make a donation over the phone:

Cypress Lake Animal Hospital
38316 LA929, Prairieville
225-313-3057

Old Hammond Veterinary Hospital
11160 North Harrells Ferry Rd, Baton Rouge
225-275-9854

Country Place Veterinary Clinic
1915 North Main St., St. Martinville 
337-394-6296

Best Friends Animal Hospital
2118 Coteau Rd., Houma 
985-876-7722

MedVet New Orleans
2315 N Causeway Blvd., Metairie
504-835-8508

We would like to commend all of the vet offices and their entire staff for going above and beyond for our rescue! 

With daily requests for help, we cannot take in dogs that so desperately need our help without the funding to do so.  Please share, foster, volunteer, donate!  We don’t think we can ever tell you all how much we truly appreciate each and every one of our supporters!  YOU are the reason we have been able to save over 200 pitties AND COUNTING!











​​Our mission is to help save the lives of pit bulls, even if it is one rescue at a time, and to raise awareness! The Pit Stop Rescue is an all-volunteer group of individuals dedicated to the rescue and prevention of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of these beautiful, loyal, and fun-loving dogs. We are a certified Non-Profit foster based organization with fosters all over southern Louisiana. These areas include East & West Baton Rouge, Terrebonne Parish, Ascension Parish, Livingston Parish, New Orleans and surrounding areas. The Pit Stop Rescue is a rescue group formed to be a voice and a safe haven for the very misunderstood, neglected and abused pit bull breed.  Help us continue this mission by making your tax deductible donation today!

All dogs in our program receive a full physical exam, de-worming, all vaccinations, spay/neuter, micro-chipping and heartworm treatment (if needed), heartworm preventative, and any medical treatment they may need before adoption.  This can become very expensive over time and our adoption fees rarely cover the full amount of the vetting our dogs receive.  We rely on donations to continue to save lives.

We believe in giving the pit bulls we pull into our rescue program the best options possible for the health and well being of the rest of their lives.  We ask that you join in our mission by donating today.  We rely solely on donations from our volunteers and sponsors.  We appreciate your continued support, as we could not save as many as we do without you!

Sincerely,

The Pit Stop Rescue

Louisiana

Romeo was taken into the rescue with a severe case of demodex mange.  He has been treated and has made a 100% recovery!

Brennen came into our rescue with severe sunburn. He has been treated, made a full recovery, and has been adopted!

DONATIONS NEEDED FOR SWEET REVA!

When the flood of 2016 struck central and south Louisiana this past August, it left so many animals homeless, stranded, and separated from their families. Reva is one of those animals.

Reva was found during the flood, lying lifeless in a ditch. One of our volunteers and her family spotted her, and graciously took Reva in. She was so anemic she could not walk. It took her weeks to recover.  She is heartworm positive and going through treatment, but is having complications.  We are committed to seeing Reva through her treatment and rehab.  We need your help to do so!  Donate today to help us offset the climbing cost of Reva's heartworm treatment.  After all she has been through, we will see her through this!

Make your donation today, make a difference :)

Calvin came into the rescue with severe demodex mange.  He has been treated, made a full recovery, and has been adopted!

​BEFORE                 AFTER!

Rescue, rehabilitation, education, advocacy!

​cALVIN!

ADIA!

Arthur came into the rescue emaciated and scared.  He has been given lots of love, made a full recovery, and has been adopted!

Adia came into the rescue with severe burns to her body.  She has been treated, gone through several surgeries, made a full recovery, and has been adopted!

THE PIT STOP RESCUE

WE FIGHT SO THEY DON'T HAVE TO!