All or Nothing Pitbull Rescue has teamed up with Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends (AARF).
After contact with Susan from AARF, Brandon Bond learned that a beautiful female chocolate pitbull,whom was extremely underweight, was scheduled to be euthanized in a few days. After making many attempts to get her into a set home, Brandon decided to rescue her,Annie Oakley, as part of his birthday present.
Annie Oakley was scheduled to be put down before we rescued her. She is a loving and affectionate dog looking for a family. Please help us find a home for her!
Watch the video when we rescued her, at youtube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpMXUU....
Brandon is currently fostering Annie Oakley, taking care of all her needs, awaiting the perfect home to come along for her.
If anyone is interested in Adopting Annie Oakley or want to Donate anything please email, Rockstar.firstname.lastname@example.org !
There are many people in the extended All or Nothing Family all over the United States, have joined in the forces to help with Animal Rescue. Many Tattoo Artists, have donated tattoo time, in efforts to get donations made to benefit AARF.
AARF celebrates amazing rescued pets with its 2008 calendar
With all the attention focused this year on the crime of dogfighting, more light could be shed on the faces of its victims.
Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends (AARF) and All or Nothing Tattoo celebrate amazing rescued pets with its 2008 calendar. With all the attention focused this year on the crime of dog fighting, more light could be shed on the faces of its victims. AARF is putting two of those adorable faces in the spotlight with the release of its 2008 Rescue Tails Calendar. Pit bulls Cain and Medusa, who were rescued by Atlanta tattoo artist Brandon Bond, are featured on the cover of the calendar.
Cain, a 14-year-old rescued fighting dog, and Medusa, a 5-year-old deaf, abused and badly scarred pit bull, were given a second chance at a happy life and have grown into two of the sweetest and most loving pets in the world. Brandon, an avid animal rescuer and supporter of animal welfare groups like AARF, will be selling autographed calendars through his online store, www.strangleholdmerch.com, with all proceeds benefiting AARF, throughout the holiday season this year.
Brandon has fostered homeless animals for 12 years and has helped save and place in loving homes more than 200 animals by spreading the word about their plight through his loyal fan base. His primary focus is working with rescued and abused pit bulls, four of which permanently reside in his home.
Brandon also recently started ALL OR NOTHING PIT BULL RESCUE and is donating his own money to make this happen.
On http://www.strangleholdmerch.com ,we have the Charity Calenders available, where all proceeds go to www.aarfatlanta.org pick one up and save a life.
All of these are hand signed by Brandon Bond for free - this is a charity he and the rest of the All or Nothing family believes very strongly in, show your support and donate to this noble cause.
All or Nothing Tattoo and Stranglehold Publications are working HARD to raise money for animal charities. If you'd like to donate to a good cause, namely the Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends (AARF), we will donate 100% of the calendar sales to them. If you would like to donate MORE than the calender price we encourage you to do so! Simply decide how much you'd like to donate and put that in the quantity box.THANK YOU for helping with the animals!!! We can keep a dog alive and fed for only 5 dollars a week, every little bit helps as there are THOUSANDS of dogs and cats that need your help!
A massive reason for not breeding your dog is that there are so many others looking for homes. That thousands of perfectly rehomeable dogs including puppies are put to sleep in pounds across the country purely because there aren't enough homes for them all.
If you breed your dog just once and the resulting puppies are bred, and their puppies are bred, and so on, within 6 years you will be responsible for up to 67,000 dogs just because you bred from your dog once!
Dont Breed. Adopt!
219 dogs are put down every day in Atlanta.
Thank you! - Brandon Bond