News and Views
Our dogs are family
If you would like to tell the Prince George's County Council how you feel about BSL in Prince George's County, here's a good starting point. Take this letter and make it your own. The councilmembers' email addresses are embedded in the post.
We need YOU! Join the Volunteer Force today!
It takes a village. Become a part of it!
In order for the federation to remain effective, we are looking for key volunteers who are willing to take on critical roles as we embark on the "Appeal to Repeal" the Prince George's County breed ban this year, as well as other new and ongoing statewide legislative efforts. Such roles include meeting with elected officials, submitting letters to the editor, sending emails to local lawmakers, and making phone calls at crucial times before a vote. We are looking for folks who will reach out in their virtual community as well as those who want to help other dog owners with outreach in their neighborhood. Help your neighbor with access to important pet resources like spaying and neutering or behavior management...it will help keep dogs at home - where they belong! If you're bilingual -- help us translate!
If any of this interests you, please fill out the Volunteer Force survey form. It's the best way to let us know which issues matter to you and how you'd like to take action.
We'll keep you - the Volunteer Force members - updated as we go along. There will be many ways to make a difference so stay tuned.
You can end breed discrimination in Prince George's County!
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
Has your dog been seized and taken away by the county? Did you give your dog away in order to save it? Did you decide not to move here because of the breed ban? If you have you been affected by the Prince George's County Pit Bull Ban, we want to hear from YOU! We STILL want to hear about your experiences. Take the survey here.
Infographic: All Dogs are Individuals