Working to end discrimination, abuse, and the unnecessary killing of pitbull-type dogs
Founded in 2005 by Deirdre ‘Little Darling’ Franklin, Pinups for Pitbulls works to educate the public about the history and temperament of the American Pitbull Terrier and pitbull type dogs, to raise awareness about Breed-Specific Legislation and Breed-Specific abuse, and to raise funds for bully-breed-friendly rescues and dogs in need.
Their goal is to reestablish the defamed reputation of pitbull-type dogs as America’s premier companion animal, war hero, and therapy dog.
Through Deirdre’s ever-growing team of volunteers in over twenty states, PFPB has been able to host educational seminars, community outreach initiatives, and fund-raising events throughout the United States, and annually saves thousands of dogs. Their primary fundraiser is an annual Pin Up Calendar of images and testimonies of 12 vintage-style women posing with pit bull type dogs and other animals, as well as PFPB merchandise sold via their website.