How We Save Lives!

We rely on tax deductible monetary and tangible donations as well as food and other pet supplies that will allow us to continue to save lives!

Pits R’ Us is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to aid stray, abandoned, and neglected animals. We take the many animals that are sick, injured, pregnant, or in danger of being euthanized, so they can have a chance to heal and get ready for their fur ever homes!

What We Do

All of our companion pets have been neutered or spayed, microchipped and given all current vaccinations. This also provides the community with healthier animals and aids in the reduction of the outspread of illness and future homeless offspring.

WE ARE NOT A SHELTER, most of the animals listed here are either in foster homes, or still at an animal shelter waiting for placement and posted on our site as a courtesy posting only.

We rescue ALL BREEDS of animals, dogs, cats, horses, goats, chickens, pigs, birds, reptiles, rabbits, guinea pigs, donkeys, all based on foster availability.

The adoption fee for animals varies based on the species of animal. Please refer to the animals listing where the adoption fee can be found. The adoption fee which includes spay/neuter, current vaccines, and a Microchip. The adoption fee helps up recuperate the thousands of dollars spent yearly on rehabilitation and allows us to continue to rescue animals in need.

We Work With

In order to provide these services, we work with the community shelters, rescue organizations, and individuals who have animals with special needs and place these animals in permanent homes after they reach a stage of wellness.

Many of our rescued animals, especially those that were rescued from the shelters initially had kennel cough, pneumonia, or giardia, some are pregnant, severely injured, and in some cases paralyzed.

We are a 100% Volunteer Based, none of our Board Members or foster families are paid for their time. We are also foster based, all of our animals are in a foster home where they get the same attention they would as if they were our own pet.