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Your gift allows us to continue our core activities

  • Conduct high quality research about severe and fatal dog maulings, including tracking Level 1 trauma dog bite injury studies and publishing annual and combined year reports that identify underreported high-risk fatal dog bite injury scenarios.
  • Educate the public, parents, law enforcement, policymakers, journalists, and attorneys on the results of our research through legislative written and oral testimony, special reports, policy discussions, original videos, and more.
  • Track and analyze different types of breed-specific laws, including military regulations, public housing and Indian reservation policies; examine the success of these laws and provide access to the constitutional rulings that uphold them.
  • Track and analyze dog biting incidents in jurisdictions across the country that are experiencing a disproportionate number of pit bull bites, including cities like Denver and Aurora that previously banned pit bulls then repealed a longstanding ordinance.
  • Advocate for dog mauling victims to advance preventative policies through amicus brief filings; write Freedom of Information requests to help victims obtain records after an attack and intervene when there are dog bite victim protocol violations.
  • Undertake special investigations, such as analyzing shelter dog terms that mask aggression and multiple reports about the Department of Transportation Traveling by Air with Service Animals, which cited part of our public comments in its Final Rule.
  • Provide a platform of high visibility to ensure that victims' voices are heard. Our statistical data and research has been cited by numerous national, regional, and local news agencies, as well as by multiple peer-reviewed medical studies.
  • Identify the legislative strategies of pit bull lobbyists, their lack of due diligence, deliberate breed misinformation and act as a whistleblower combating well-funded animal "expert" groups that manipulate the truth about dangerous dog breeds.
  • Connect victims to private and public support groups where they can share their stories and endure the aftermath of their traumatic experience with others who have experienced a similar attack or have lost a beloved pet in a violent dog attack.
  • Assist newly formed nonprofits and groups that operate under a similar mission as our own by offering consultation and guidance and by sharing state-of-the art knowledge and best practices we've documented in our nonprofit's 15-year history. does not disclose any information about its donors to the public or any for-profit, nonprofit or government entity. Learn more by reading our Donor Privacy Policy.