Terri Sumpter and volunteers of Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue spot a stray dog heading to church in #Detroit. Watch to the end to see how they get this little dog home and the implications of microchips if registration is not current. Donate to send us on more missions: http://www.WA2S.org/donate
If you like Eldad Hagar and Hope For Paws, you'll love Terri Sumpter and Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue. DPC rescued more than 500 dogs off the streets of Detroit in 2016 alone, spending more than $105,000 on vet bills, spurring commerce as the Vet needed to hire another Vet to handle all the work brought in.
Do you know how many dogs Hope For Paws rescued in 2016? Based on videos they have released, it would appear to be less than 100. This is important information to know when considering what animal rescues you wish to donate to. We always want to know: What rescue groups are the most effective at what they do, and are they the most efficient. If ranking on a national scale, DPC would most likely rank in the top 5% for both.
Although Hope For Paws has the largest YouTube following of any non profit rescue on the planet - more than 1.3 million subscribers, and has generated hundreds of millions of views and having massive resources at their disposal due to their popularity, yet only rescue a few dogs per month. Many of the rescues the World Animal Awareness Society's WA2S Films division observe in the field are also tiny 1 -2 person all volunteer rescues that help many dogs per day. In the case of DPC, Terri averaged rescuing more than 1.2 dogs every day of the year in 2016. We ask you, although you like the videos - where is your donation making the most impact?