Mission Statement :

Improving the lives of bully-type dogs and the people who love them.

How it all started...

MPBF began as a small rescue in 2012. We have  grown into a Foundation composed of a large number of volunteers throughout the state of North Carolina. As our volunteers grow in number, we are able to rescue and provide care for more dogs in need.

What We Do :

  • Facilitate the rescue, and permanent placement of Pit Bull type dogs who were abandoned, neglected, abused, and/or surrendered within North Carolina

  • Promote education about Pit Bull type dogs to the general public, media, and law makers

  • Promote and teach responsible dog ownership

  • Support community needs relating to the benefit and welfare of Pit Bull type dogs.

  • Bring communities together to strengthen the responsible dog owner's rights

  • Oppose BSL (Breed Specific Legislation)in all forms, including actively opposing any legislation, either currently on the books or in the form of a bill, that we feel is unfair and/or impedes on the rights of responsible dog owners

  • Support and help enact more legislative penalties against animal cruelty, neglect, abandonment, and irresponsible actions

  • Work in conjunction with other rescue groups to promote the values of our organization

While we promote our vision for all breeds, we specifically support Pit Bull and other Bully type dogs.