A Rotta Love Plus

Golden Valley, MN   |  www.arottalove.org

Mission

A Rotta Love Plus is dedicated to rehoming Rottweilers and pit bulls in Minnesota, raising breed awareness, educating the public about responsible pet ownership, and advocating for the humane and equal treatment of all dogs without prejudice.

Ruling year info

2000

Principal Officer

Rachel Anderson

Main address

1710 Douglas Dr. N. Suite 100

Golden Valley, MN 55422 USA

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EIN

41-1918101

NTEE code info

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

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Dog Bite Prevention

An education program targeted at elementary age children to teach about being safe around dogs.

Population(s) Served

Basic dog training targeted to Rottweiler and Pit Bull owners

Population(s) Served

Rehoming Rottweilers and Pit Bulls

Population(s) Served

Started in 2011, ARLP hosts Get Your Fix! fairs for pit bulls and Rottweilers in Minneapolis and St. Paul, where our inner-city friends are big on pit bull and Rottie love, but often low on resources and owner support.
Get Your Fix! fairs enable us to reduce the number of homeless and abandoned pets in our community by providing spays and neuters to a targeted neighborhood. We target neighborhoods with an abundance of needs - where resources and financial means are not often available to sterilize and vaccinate pit bulls and Rottweilers.  We want to be where the community needs us the most.  Our Get Your Fix! fairs are not just about altering pit bulls and Rottweilers but about being a resource for a community in need of help, and an advocate for dogs who face long odds of surviving.  The overall goal of our Get Your Fix! fairs is to reduce the number of abandoned and homeless pit bulls and Rottweilers in local animal controls that are ultimately euthanized.  We know that proactive spay/neuter programs are the only way to end pet overpopulation, especially the overpopulation of pit bulls.  
Attendees at the Get Your Fix! fairs have the opportunity to receive:
A free spay or neuter for their Rottweiler or pit bull (spays and neuters are available by appointment only)
Free DHPP and rabies vaccinations
A microchip for only $10
A free, sturdy collar or leash (in exchange for handing in an old, fraying leash/collar or a heavy chain).  High-quality, robust collars (flat buckle or martingale style) and leashes reduce the number of runaways that end up being picked up as strays by Animal Control, and having a sturdy leash/collar set instead of a thick chain around the neck prevents the kind of negative headlines that damage the reputation of our cherished breeds. 
Advice and owner support

Population(s) Served

A Rotta Love Plus’s groundbreaking PRIORITY (Pitbull and Rottweiler Interactive OutReach, Instruction, and Therapy for Youth) Paws program, which formally began in 2010, takes place at two organizations that provide services for youth in crisis: The Bridge for Youth and St. Joseph’s Home for Children, both in Minneapolis. ARLP PRIORITY Paws teams have all been registered by Therapy Dogs International or the Delta Society.The PRIORITY Paws curriculum engenders a discussion among the youth and ARLP volunteers about topics that relate jointly to animal and youth welfare, such as communication, body language, empathy, resiliency, and more.  Each element of this innovative curriculum not only benefits struggling youth in Minneapolis, but also has a positive impact on the image and overall welfare of Rottweilers and pit bulls.PRIORITY Paws would not be possible without our talented facilitators and our dedicated dog/handler teams. If you and your therapy-registered (Delta or TDI) Rottweiler or pit bull are interested in volunteering with the PRIORITY Paws program, please contact [email protected]

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A Rotta Love Plus

Board of directors
as of 6/5/2016
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Board co-chair

Rachel Anderson

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Board co-chair

Lara Peterson