OCPBR Fundraiser!

By popular demand! It’s here! The OCPBR Classic Pit Bull T-shirt!!! Wear your love of the breed proudly, while helping us feed, care for, and rehabilitate the wonderful OCPBR dogs! Pit Bulls: An American Classic: Let’s reclaim the legacy of this beloved family companion once and for all. T-shirts (uni and women’s, hoodies, too!)
 Get yours here!
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Puppy needs a foster!!

Handsome Dino needs a foster or foster-to-adopt family with at least one other dog in the Orange County or surrounding areas. PLEASE email us NOW at [email protected] or [email protected].


We pay for everything and provide all supplies. You provide a little love, a lot of structure, and some potty breaks. Dino provides some puppy breath!

Email [email protected] or, better, fill out a foster application here: http://www.ocpbr.org/foster/foster-application/ or a foster-to-adopt adoption app here: http://www.ocpbr.org/adopt/adoption-application/

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Urgent Foster Plea!!

Puppiessss!!! ❤️ We are falling hard for these adorable 3-month old babies who need a helping hand. We need loving foster homes immediately to keep them safe. In the OC, Ca or surrounding areas, email [email protected] or fill out a foster application here:http://www.ocpbr.org/foster/foster-application/

Last Friday, we found out about an injured puppy and a litter in the LA area that needed help. We partnered up with Ghetto Rescue FFoundation (GRFF) who were able to rush the injured pup to the vet where she was taken care of. She is now healing and she and her litter mates need our help.

Now we need fosters to keep them safe. The puppies are super smart and social, and absolutely adorable! If you have the time to care for puppies, to teach them, to crate train with scheduled potty and exercise breaks throughout the day, please email [email protected]


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Will you accept the challenge to help Hartley?

One of our incredible volunteers is running 62.2 miles to raise money for the continued care of our sweet Hartley, who has survived so much. He is asking 1,000 people to donate $1! You can afford one dollar, right?

Won’t you please consider donating by going to www.ocpbr.org and clicking on the Donate button? Mention Pushing 4 Change Hartley under “Purpose”) and please, share Hartley’s story – if any dog deserves a happy ending, it’s Hartley.

Click here for more information on the fundraiser – https://pushing4change.com/2016/04/27/62-2-miles-for-hartley/. Donations are being accepted until May 7th at 8:00 pm PST, which is the official end of the race.

Hartley’s Story
Hartley is a one and a half year old petite beauty who has experienced the worst in life: homelessness, illness, neglect and being adopted only to return to the pound. Regardless, her sweet and playful personality still shines through. She is a survivor in every sense, being subjected to a high kill shelter system multiple times – most recently as a forced owner surrender pending a criminal investigation.

She is in urgent need of a foster-to-adopter or adopter. Please email [email protected] or [email protected] Thank you!

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The Champions Documentary Viewing

Thursday, April 14, 2016

OCPBR and SoCal Pitbull TEAM host a “one night only” screening and fundraiser of The Champions Documentary about the Michael Vick dogs on 4/14/16 at 7:30pm. Get your tickets now before they sell out at https://www.tugg.com/events/93925. This is the only local OC and surrounding cities screening for this award winning documentary.


“The Champions is an inspirational story about the Pit Bulls rescued from the brutal fighting ring of former Atlanta Falcon’s star quarterback Michael Vick, and those who risked it all to save them, despite pressure from PETA and The Humane Society of the United States to euthanize the dogs.  It is a story of second-chances, redemption and hope. This uplifting documentary takes us on a journey about much more than just dogs—about prejudice, being misunderstood, the power of resilience, and the significance of the relationship we as humans have with animals.” For more information about the movie please visit http://www.championsdocumentary.com

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