1. HOW CAN I BECOME INVOLVED WITH PINUPS FOR PITBULLS, INC.?
Volunteer! Right now, we are looking for volunteers to add to our growing Street Team. Our team is essential to getting the word out there about PFPB and encouraging humane education and proper dog ownership. If you are interested in joining our staff, email Sandra Dee at .
Become a Sponsor! We are in need of sponsorships on both the corporate and individual levels to assist us in expanding our educational reach. If interested in becoming a sponsor, please email Sandra Dee.
Donations! For questions about donations, please email Stephanie at .
We are in need of donations for our numerous raffles, silent auctions, and other events that we host throughout the year. If you are an artist, shop owner, entrepreneur, tattoo artist, photographer, or just plain crafty, please consider making a donation of your work to us. All donations will be auctioned off, and all funds received go directly back to the cause. If interested in donating, please send your items, along with a description of the item and your address for our tax thank you letter to: Pinups for Pitbulls, Inc. | ATTN: DONATIONS | PO Box 8728 Collingswood, NJ 08108
If you are interested in making a monetary donation to us, please visit the Donate link on our homepage! You can make a one-time donation or arrange for frequent donations.
As we are a registered 501c3 organization, all donations made to us are subject to tax benefits. We provide all donors with a tax EIN thank you letter for your records. Please consult with your accountant for further information.
2. I WANT PFPB TO COME TO MY HOMETOWN! HOW CAN I GET YOU THERE?
We at PFPB are a small group of volunteers, but we try to get our message to states and cities all over the country (and world!).
Check our Events link–we may be coming to a city near you before you know it!
If you are either a restauranteur, small business owner, tattoo artist, or are employed at a suitable venue and you wish to host a PFPB event, please email Events Coordinator Sandra Dee at .
If you are hosting a large event, conference, party, or pit bull type-dog educational seminar, please email us as well.
Please be patient–we cannot be everywhere at once (although we wish we could!). If we are unable to come to your event due to travel restrictions or conflict with another date, please bear with us and invite us again next year!
3. I WANT TO BE A PFPB MODEL, CAN I SUBMIT PICTURES?
We at PFPB are so much more than models–we are dog advocates, educators, and rescuers.
Each year, PFPB opens up our Calendar Model Application Process. The application process typically opens in the spring and differs from year to year. Please sign up for our mailing list on the home page to be one of the first to know about our applications for 2013.
We do not accept headshots or other images from models EXCEPT during our application process. We will not consider anything sent to us that is not part of the formal applications process for legal reasons.
4. I DO NOT WANT TO BE A MODEL, BUT I WANT MY DOG TO BE FEATURED IN A PFPB CALENDAR!
If you are looking to have your dog featured in our calendar, once the submission process opens, please post a photo of your dog, their description, and where they were rescued from on our facebook. Try and connect with a model who may be looking for a pup to shoot an image with!
If you are local to Philadelphia and you have a rescued pit bull type dog that you wish to have featured in our calendar or other media source for PFPB, please email once the application process has opened.
5. WHAT IS BSL? WHAT IF I BELIVE BSL IS ENTERING MY TOWN?
BSL stands for Breed Specific Legislation. Together with BDL or Breed Discriminatory Laws, BSL targets specific dogs solely based on breed alone. As we all know that “Pit Bull” is not a breed, but rather a classification that lumps in American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Bull Terriers, American Bullies, and all mixes and variations of these breeds, these laws are bogus and discriminate unfairly.
If you believe that BSL is threatening your town or city, let us know. We have information to arm you with at city council meetings and elections. You need to have the facts before you can argue against BSL effectively. Together, we hope to end BSL and BDL everywhere.
6. I FOUND A STRAY DOG, WHAT DO I DO? -or- I NEED TO FIND A NEW HOME FOR A DOG, WHAT DO I DO?
PFPB is not a rescue organization, meaning we do not have foster space available for dogs in need of homes. HOWEVER, we do work closely with several rescue organizations who may be able to assist you. Please reach out to our Urgent Dog Liaison, Jen, at . We can provide you with what information we have available, and we can post the images and descriptions of dogs in need of homes on our social media sites. Cross-posting saves lives!
If you have found a stray dog, please bring it to a vet or shelter immediately to have it scanned for microchip. If it does not have tags or a microchip, if you can, please hold on to the dog while you try to locate the owner via flier and online-posts. The shelters are inundated with pit-bull type dogs. To ensure that this dog remains safe, fostering it until it can find permanent housing is the best thing you can do to help!
7. I AM INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT PFPB & HOW TO PROPERLY RAISE MY DOG, CAN I HAVE SOME MORE LITERATURE?
Of course! PFPB and Game Dog Guardian have developed cutting-edge and informative educational materials that will help in almost every situation involving a pit-bull type dog (or any dog, in fact!). The EDU Pack is available for download on our Resources page!
8. I NEED ADVICE REGARDING TRAINING MY DOG, HELP!
Please reach out to us at . We can help you find a local trainer in your region, or, if you reside within the PA-NJ-NY area, we can put you in touch with some of the best trainers in the area! You may even be able to find the training tips or answers you were looking for from our Resources page and EDU Pack.
9. I MAP HAVE A LEGAL SITUATION ON MY HANDS INVOLVING MY DOG, OR I NEED LEGAL ADVICE CONCERNING AN ANIMAL SITUATION, WHO CAN I CALL?
Our own Sandra Dee is a licensed and practicing animal attorney in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Please reach out to her at to see if she can help you directly or help you find an animal attorney in your area.
Sandra Dee specializes in: dog ownership dispute, dog bite cases, dangerous dog accusations, and more.
10. I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR MERCHANDISE. HOW DOES MERCHANDISE RUN SIZE-WISE?
All questions about merchandise, including fit, color, wear and tear, and ordering questions should be directed to Rachel Love at .