Announcement: Receives 501 (c)(3) Tax-Exempt Status from the IRS

Donate & Deduct - Last week we received notice from the Internal Revenue Service that our application for tax-exempt status for Federal income tax purposes had been accepted. Contributions to are now tax-deductible. is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) public charity organization. Our continued operation relies heavily upon contributions made by members of the public. Please help keep our mission of prevention alive by making a con… [Read full blog post]

Announcement: Dog Bite Attorney Directory is Open for Submissions

Submit Your Listing Today - Several weeks ago, we soft-launched the Dog Bite Attorney Directory. Today, dog bite lawyers from across the U.S. can submit a Basic or Premium listing to be included in the directory. The goal of the directory is three fold: Offer victims visiting access to attorney websites that are in their area; offer dog bite lawyers an area on our website in which to be listed; and gather modest fees to help support the continued oper… [Read full blog post]

U.S. Dog Bite Fatalities: January 1, 2005 to March 8, 2010 - - From time-to-time, advocates and elected officials ask us for up to the minute statistical data regarding U.S. fatal dog attacks. Our combined results of just over five years show that pit bulls and rottweilers continue to be the top killers, just as they were in the 1979 to 1998 CDC report.1 During the 1980s and 1990s, fatal dog attacks averaged 17 per year.2 The death-by-dog-bite rate now is nearly double this amount at over 30 per year and largely due to pit bul… [Read full blog post]

Announcement: Wishes for the New Year from - The dawning of a new decade is upon us. The year 2010 will bring many changes to as we relocate our organization to the state of Texas. Instead of tracking new U.S. nonfatal pit bull attacks and police and citizen shootings of dangerous pit bulls in 2010, we will focus on analyzing the data documented in both areas from 2009. Additionally, once the relocation has occurred, the majority of energies must be focused on building a funded organization. N… [Read full blog post]