San Diego Pittie Parents is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit.
EIN #47-4448060

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WHO WE ARE: Started as a social Meetup group, San Diego Pittie Parents has grown into a community-based organization focused on education, awareness, and responsible pet ownership (for all breeds). Founded in February 2015 by Jolene Figueroa and Kristin Porter, SDPP received it's 501c3 Non-profit Organization and tax-exempt status in June of 2015. (EIN #47-4448060)

OUR GOALS: To create a safe place for like-minded pit bull owners to network and socialize their dogs in a safe/controlled environment while spreading truths about our dogs and dispelling myths. We help provide the tools, resources and networking capabilities to make sure you and your dog have the keys to success. We encourage dogs to become Pit Bull Ambassadors in their community and, in doing so, hold their owners to a higher standard. As Pit Bulls remain in the spotlight, it is our responsibility to go above and beyond typical pet owners, to become Pittie Parents whose dogs display stable, social, positive temperaments, and we as owners, are educated and well-versed in responsible pet ownership.

WHAT WE DO: We create education outreach programs within the community and create a network chain among local bully network groups. We want to share resources to help owners keep their dogs happy, healthy, and safe. We advocate for adoption, positive reinforcement training, and the necessary spay and neuter of dogs. Our top priorities are safety and education above all else.

WHAT WE DON'T DO: WE ARE NOT A RESCUE. We do not take in dogs, nor do we find homes for them. We focus on the "other end of the leash" - starting with the owners. We want our members and supporters to understand that every pet is a lifetime commitment. We do not advocate breeding of any kind, nor do we condone mistreatment, abuse, or fighting of dogs in any form.

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO: The Pit Bull is America's Dog. Negative stigmas, bad reputations, irresponsible owners, and news hype have turned our dogs into "monsters." We believe Every Dog Is An Individual and should be treated as such. We do not judge a dog by breed, size, or color; nor do we judge owners by their outward appearance.

Learn more on our RESOURCES page.

WHO WE ARE: Started as a social Meetup group, San Diego Pittie Parents has grown into a community-based organization focused on education, awareness, and responsible pet ownership (for all breeds). Founded in February 2015 by Jolene Figueroa and Kristin Porter, SDPP received it's 501c3 Non-profit Organization and tax-exempt status in June of 2015. (EIN #47-4448060)

OUR GOALS: To create a safe place for like-minded pit bull owners to network and socialize their dogs in a safe/controlled environment while spreading truths about our dogs and dispelling myths. We help provide the tools, resources and networking capabilities to make sure you and your dog have the keys to success. We encourage dogs to become Pit Bull Ambassadors in their community and, in doing so, hold their owners to a higher standard. As Pit Bulls remain in the spotlight, it is our responsibility to go above and beyond typical pet owners, to become Pittie Parents whose dogs display stable, social, positive temperaments, and we as owners, are educated and well-versed in responsible pet ownership.

WHAT WE DO: We create education outreach programs within the community and create a network chain among local bully network groups. We want to share resources to help owners keep their dogs happy, healthy, and safe. We advocate for adoption, positive reinforcement training, and the necessary spay and neuter of dogs. Our top priorities are safety and education above all else.

WHAT WE DON'T DO: WE ARE NOT A RESCUE. We do not take in dogs, nor do we find homes for them. We focus on the "other end of the leash" - starting with the owners. We want our members and supporters to understand that every pet is a lifetime commitment. We do not advocate breeding of any kind, nor do we condone mistreatment, abuse, or fighting of dogs in any form.

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO: The Pit Bull is America's Dog. Negative stigmas, bad reputations, irresponsible owners, and news hype have turned our dogs into "monsters." We believe Every Dog Is An Individual and should be treated as such. We do not judge a dog by breed, size, or color; nor do we judge owners by their outward appearance.

Learn more on our RESOURCES page.