Some Testimonial Letters sent to
All or Nothing Pitbull Rescue:



Dear Nicole, Corey, and All or Nothing Rescue, 

Saturday, December 11, 2010

 I wanted to thank you for such a great experience.  Our family recently experienced some unforeseen circumstances that have forced us to find a new home for our beloved Pit Bull, Jewels.  We knew we did not want to put her in a shelter where she would possibly be put down so after doing some research on the Internet I came across your rescue organization.  I sent an email to Nicole and was contacted back within ten minutes which really impressed me. Through your fast response and wonderful group we were able to set up a meeting for the very next day. After bringing Jewels to meet with Corey my husband and I knew that we had found the right home for her.  We had originally bought Jewels from a breeder here in Atlanta, she was from PurpleRibbon Bloodlines and a high quality dog that we had  payed alot of money for and planned on keeping forever and were heartbroken when we could not.  Regardless we are so happy and grateful for the wonderful efforts of the rescue group in helping us find a wonderful home for our beloved Jewels.  I appreciate all the time that you take Corey to keep me updated on how she is doing.  If there is anything I can stress to people out there it is that adopting from a rescue group can and is a wonderful thing.  If this fantastic group of people were not here to help us we may have not been able to save the life of our sweet pet.  I like alot of others was a little skeptical that all rescue animals had issues but that is just not true.  We are a family with five kids and a wonderful pitbull that we just couldn't keep anymore due to changes in family income and living situations.  I will forever be grateful of the wonderful gift that you gave our Jewels of a new home.  I hope that you can use this letter in some way to notify other people out there what a wonderful thing your doing.  May God Bless you and once again thanks. You are really a terrific group of people.  

 

God Bless and Happy Holidays, Nicole and Dan Dixon´╗┐



A Letter from the Adopter

My girlfriend Christine got her first rescue “George” from All or Nothing Pit Bull Rescue. George was previously used as a bait dog in dog fighting. So when we decided George needed a friend we called Nicole. Nicole received a message from a couple who was needing a new home for their dog. The next day George was meeting his new best friend Jewels! Jewels is a top quality show dog with an awesome personality.

A little while after having Jewels, George went blind. We had no idea what to expect from Jewels or George and no idea what to do. Jewels has stepped up as a protector and guide for George. Nobody messes with George while Jewels is around!

This has been a great experience. I can't imagine anyway for it to have worked out better. Thank you All or Nothing for everything you have done for us.

 

Corey´╗┐

 

(Attached is a photo of George and Jewels)



Dear Mr. Bond and the All-or-Nothing Pit Bull Rescue: 

February 1st, 2008

I was moved by the January 24th, 2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution article relating to your adoption of three of the pit bulls involved in the Michael Vick dog–fighting operation. I would like to commend you on your commitment to rehabilitating fighting dogs and praise you for your active roll in promoting harmonious relationships between species. Your continued involvement with placing pit bulls throughout the state is an undeniably selfless act and you are an inspiration to all of your fellow Georgians.

Your deeds assure us that even when faced with shocking and tragic events, there are people who accept the challenge to right the wrongs. I would like to thank you again for your humanitarian spirit and wish you well in all your efforts to find loving homes for these unfortunate pit bulls. As your Senator in the 6th District, I am proud to represent such a kind hearted and giving individual.

Also, I would like to inform you that there is currently Georgia Legislation making its way through the legislative process that will outlaw dog-fighting. As a co-sponsor of SB16, which imposes a felony charge on any person knowingly involved in a dog fighting operation, I support your rescue mission for these helpless creatures. I wish you continued success in your endeavors and please feel free to contact my office if I may be of assistance. 

Sincerely,

Senator Doug Stone

District 6

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