If you've never heard of Bad Rap, you need to check out their website and learn more about them. Co-founded by Donna Reynolds and Tim Racer, Bad Rap is dedicated to pit bull rescue, rehabilitation and education. Bad Rap was instrumental in the rescue and rehabilitation of the dogs in the Michael Vick case, providing vision and hope for these dogs as well as many other dogs from high-profile federal dog fighting arrests. They also rescue pit bulls, teach award-winning classes in the San Francisco Bay Area and support rescues nationwide.
During the month of March, The Honest Kitchen, makers of dehydrated, human-grade whole foods for dogs and cats, will donate a percentage of online store profits to Bad Rap and they pose a challenge for us all - Bad Rap’s donation will DOUBLE if The Honest Kitchen reaches 40,000 Facebook fans this month! So all you have to do is head over to facebook and LIKE The Honest Kitchen. And if you twitter be sure to share this easy way to help with all your friends by tweeting: "Support pit bull education from @BADRAPorg with just a click! Here’s how: http://btc4animals.com/weekly-cause/double-bad-rap…honest-kitchen/"
And if you want to learn more about the challenges and successes that Bad Rap faced with the Vick dogs, watch the video below from PBS's "Need to Know."