Monday, March 22, 2010
We at Ella's Lead are big rescue supporters. Ella's Lead was started with the idea of making quality products for rescues.
See, we are not in a position where we can foster, so Rebecca started making leashes that we could donate to rescues. It all started small. And then our business grew to start offering quality, hand-made products to the public for purchase.
When you purchase The Poppy Collar, 10% of all proceeds go directly to PBRC.
This is a 1 1/2" collar made either with brass or silver colored hardware and decorations. It contains bordering of alternating shape spots from pyramid spots to diamond spots.
The pictured collar is not the leather color, suede lining color, or rhinestone color you have to order. You can choose from our leather options and rhinestone options listed on our website.
Our suede lining options are in the order menu. Leather options are limited, though, to the following: Black, Burgundy, Cognac, or Pink. Please remain with the design pattern when ordering, though, to keep with the unique design of The Poppy. :)
To order The Poppy, click here.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Visit Pit Bull Rescue Central’s CaféPress Store to browse all of our designs!
Jazz up your garden with bulbs that benefit bullies! With our partnership with Touch of Nature, PBRC will receive 55% of the gross sales total from the partnership page or 13% of the gross sales total from the regular on-line catalog.
Be sure to list our name and code, Pit Bull Rescue Central 35214, during check-out!
Redecorate in time for spring with art that gives back! Visit our Poppyshop to check out all the great designs! PBRC receives 50% of the purchase price, which helps us help them.
Thanks for your continued support, The Volunteers of PBRC
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Friday, March 5, 2010
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Updated: Tuesday, 02 Mar 2010, 7:26 PM EST
Published : Tuesday, 02 Mar 2010, 7:26 PM EST
Reported By: Randy Travis | Edited By: Leigha Baugham
ATLANTA (MyFOX ATLANTA) - Imagine paying someone to care for a dog, not knowing that person had the dog put to sleep months earlier.
Why would the president of a rescue group do that and then not tell the truth?The official name of this group is Pit Prints Rescue and Rehabilitation.
Yet instead of helping these dogs fit into society, we found allegations of shakedowns and outright lies.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
ATLANTA (MyFOX ATLANTA) - Dogs have a special place in the heart of many Georgians, especially if it's a dog in need, but some accuse the president of a local dog rescue group of preying on that sympathy.
Rescue groups are non-profits set up to save dogs from being euthanized in area shelters, but is one Georgia group really rescuing dogs or simply lying to its well-meaning supporters?
The state has now suspended Pit Prints' rescue license until the investigation is finished.