equality, compassion, and justice for all individuals.
Founded in the 1980s on the belief that all individuals deserve equality, compassion, and justice, Animal Farm Foundation’s (AFF) mission is to secure equal treatment and opportunity for “pit bull” dogs.
As a 501(c)3, AFF works to achieve this goal through our service dog program, PAWS prison program, and by funding the training of K9 detection dogs. We also consult with and offer free resources to animal welfare workers and community advocates.
We Work to End Discrimination.
Racism, classism, and all other forms of human injustice are at the root of canine discrimination. Everything about our work centers around equality for people and the animals with whom we all share our lives.
this is how we do it.
We train shelter dogs as mobility, active task work, hearing alert, or psychiatric service dogs. We provide these service dogs at no cost to people with disabilities.
We help rehabilitate inmates through our PAWS of Purpose dog training program at Rikers Island Correctional Facility. The inmates teach the dogs basic manners and socialization.
We teach animal welfare professionals evidence-based, honest, non-proprietary, affordable, replicable policies and strategies that help all shelter animals and the people who take care of them.
Providing resources and consultation for community advocates fighting breed specific laws and breed restrictive housing policies so people can keep their pets.
We Are Focused On That Goal.
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