Chako Pit Bull Rescue is a 503 (c) non profit organization which aims to alleviate the persecution of the Pit Bull breeds by finding homes for Pit Bulls in need, promoting responsible dog ownership, and standing against breed discrimination. The Pit Bull rescue is based in Sacramento, California. Chako Pit Bull Rescue provides advocacy efforts for responsible dog owners, free and low cost Pit Bull classes, and educational events throughout the year.
We had a great time interviewing and learning from the Social Media Coordinator Rachele, and we’re excited to share with you her experiences, knowledge and insights in helping Pit Bulls and educating people.
Chako Pit Bull Rescue – http://chako.org
Facebook: Chako Pit Bull Advocacy and Rescue
Interviewee: Rachele / Interviewer: Rufino Cabang (PackPeople)
Please check out this wonderful audio interview here:
Audio interview with CHAKO Dog Rescue – Pit Bulls rule! by PackPeople
Rachele recommended following websites:
Pawsitive Attention Pet Care Services – www.pawsitiveattention.com, which includes a “Resources Tab” with several useful links, including:
Dog Food Analysis – www.dogfoodanalysis.com
Feline Nutrition – www.feline-nutrition.org
CHAKO on Google+
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