Etta was a part of the Save-a-Bull family for almost three years. We aren’t fully aware of the horrors she lived through prior to coming (she was seized from a local dog fighting bust and her body showed countless signs of breeding, neglect and abuse) but we do know she was loved by many while she was with us.
Lisa & Kevin Asp volunteer their time and talents to help pit bulls in need. Learn more about these spotlight volunteers!
In the category of “Not as Easy as it Sounds” you can add put your dog in a photo booth to the list.
At Sociable Cider Werks, a recent stop on our 2016 Summer Brewery Tour, we were fortunate to have had FotoGenic stop by with a photo booth. It was all set to take cute pictures of guests and their dogs and we were really excited!
Q: How do you volunteer your time specifically with Save-a-Bull?
A: As a Save-a-Bull volunteer I help with event coordinating, work at events when I can, and do some transporting and temp fostering.
Q: How long have you been with Save-a-Bull?
A: A year and a half.
Nothing gets us Minnesotans out of the house faster than a taste of the early spring season. After months of hiding inside we’re dying to get outside, stretch our legs and enjoy some fresh air – and our dogs are too!
Rescue can change a dog’s life, but getting a dog can change your life as well. Looking back at all the choices I’ve made in my life, adopting Lola was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, and I have the before and after photos to prove it.