P.O. Box 22, Tyrone, PA 16686

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Lexi was a loving pit bull. She passed away at the age of 13. She was adopted from a shelter at a young age and lived her whole life with one family. She was never bred or raised to be a fighting dog. In fact, Lexi shared her home over the years with 3 canine brothers and a canine sister. Lexi was happy to make friends with everyone she met. Lexi had a wonderful, full life with a family that loved her.

Lexi was one of the lucky ones. Statistically, only 1 in 500 pit bulls are adopted due, in part, to the ugly stigma attached to these breeds. They need more help to find homes than other breeds. Of those pit bulls that do find homes, breeding or fighting is too common. Many dogs are passed around from home to home their entire lives or die at a young age because the shelters they end up in can’t place them.

Anyone who is close to a pit bull knows that most pit bulls are loving, comical dogs who never ask for much, yet are so misunderstood by the public. All contributions to Lexi's Fund will be used to help pit bulls, either by temporarily housing them until they find homes, promoting the adoption of local pit bulls, helping to fund spay/neuter surgeries, and to continue to educate the public about the pit bull breeds at events such as Pit Bull Awareness Day.

Help keep Lexi’s memory alive and give pits a chance at happiness like she had.
 
Donations to Lexi's Fund can be made via paypal, debit or credit card using a "donate" button on our site.
 

Please visit these sites to help us raise money and to help homeless pets!


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Donate to this organization through Drs. Foster and Smith
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Happy Paws Happy Homes’
Wish List


- volunteers (transporters, grant writers, fundraisers, crafters, fosters, donors, event workers...)
- monetary donations
- sturdy collars/leashes
- gently used flat sheets, towels, comforters
- Kong toys for large dogs
- dog treats/biscuits
- dog toys
- PETCO gift cards
- Sheetz gift cards
- Walmart gift cards
- pressed rawhide bones
- postage stamps
- peanut butter
- paper towels
- Wet Ones hand wipes
- Lysol sanitizing wipes

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Millions of companion animals are euthanized every year in the U.S. simply because there aren't enough homes for them all. American taxpayers spend millions of dollars collectively to round up, house, and care for homeless animals. This scenario will only continue until we understand and demonstrate the importance of spaying and neutering our pets.

If your pets aren't fixed, please do so! There are many health benefits to spaying and neutering in addition to helping control the pet overpopulation crisis. If your pets are already altered, help a family member, friend or neighbor get their pets altered. It's the only way to stop the senseless euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals.



REPORT ANIMAL CRUELTY!
PA HOTLINE: 1-866-601-SPCA, or 1-866-601-7722
You may request anonymity.


REPORT ANIMAL FIGHTING! 
HSUS-Sponsored HOTLINE: 1- 877- 847- 4787

You can receive an award of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a dogfighter.

All information is kept confidential. The line is answered 24/7.
You can leave a message, talk to an investigator, or get their e-mail address and leave your own.

If a dogfight is in progress, immediately call the police, 9-1-1. Then call the hot line.