Lucas County Pit Crew
   educate, advocate, adopt, support

In the News

Making a difference in our community!

We are very excited to welcome into our crew new foster families caring for cats and kittens. LCPC is committed to making a positive difference in our community. Pit Bull Terrier Type dogs and community cats are the two most abused and neglected groups of companion animals in our country today. Helena is the first kitten to receive life saving care from our new Kitty Krew. See her story HERE.

Skylar had a remarkable will to live! Click HERE to hear her story.

Little Knox was born with a deformed leg.
Click HERE to read more.


Click HERE to learn about McAllister

Click HERE to find out more about Athena's rescue!

Click HERE to hear Ari's story!

Homelessness impacts people and their pets. It is impossible to help one without helping the other. To hear more about these puppies born on the streets of Toledo, click here.

Every dog should be treated as an individual and is not defined by their past. Click here to hear more about Layla and her story.

Spirit's Story
Spirit gave birth to her puppies and passed away five days later from starvation. Della stepped in to become their mother. To see the full story, click on the photo.

Gabe's Story (click here)

Old Orchard Students teach puppy how to walk!

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