Romeo was left for dead at a shelter after hours. He was taken into the rescue with a severe case of demodex mange. He has been treated and has made a 100% recovery! He's in a happy home!!
Calvin came into the rescue with severe demodex mange. He has been treated, made a full recovery, and has been adopted!
WE FIGHT SO THEY DON'T HAVE TO!
YOUR DONATIONS GO A LONG WAY IN HELPING TO REHABILITATE OUR MOST PRECIOUS RESCUES! THESE ARE A FEW OF THE DARLINGS WHO CURRENTLY NEED ALL OF OUR DEVOTION!
JUST A FEW OF OUR SUCCESS STORIES..ALL THANKS TO YOUR DONATIONS AND SUPPORT!!
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!
Allie was found living under a trailer in an abandoned trailer park during the flood of 2016. This sweetheart has been treated for heartworms and skin issues that have, so far, cost us over $1,000 and climbing. Allie underwent expensive allergy testing and has specially formulated shots just for her body. According to her results, she is allergic to any and everything. She is slowly progressing, but sometimes had to wear special PJs to prevent her from scratching until she bled. She could be on the shots for the rest of her life. She deserves a stable happy life and a family to want her despite her hardships. Please help us help her by spreading the word for a loving family to adopt her, or by donating to her medical bills! Much love and thanks from our very own warrior, Allie!!
THE PIT STOP RESCUE
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
Old Hammond Veterinary Hospital
11160 North Harrells Ferry Rd, Baton Rouge
Hope Veterinary Clinic
9792 Florida Blvd, Unit A
Walker, LA 70785
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!
The Pit Stop Rescue
Brennen came into our rescue with severe sunburn. He has been treated, made a full recovery, and has been adopted!
At just 4 months old, this little guy is quite the survivor and an advocate of the breed. His resilience is outstanding. We were contacted by a local vet because the owner of Tasso arrived at the clinic presenting extensive abuse to this BABY. It was determined after examination and X-rays that he had a broken jaw caused by repeated kicking to the mouth and head. His tongue is also split, with a piece missing. Otherwise he is a very healthy boy! The owners were forced to surrender him and will face consequences for their actions. Tasso had extensive jaw surgery and followed by months of rehabilitation. He needs special foods and is on pain meds and antibiotics. His bills are climbing well above $2000. We've got to come through for him. GOOD ALWAYS WINS OVER EVIL, and we've already begun to show Tasso that he'll never have to worry again, and that his happy forever has begun!!