OUR MISSION

Our mission is to stop the cruelty, abuse and neglect of dogs. Through foster homes, education

and unconditional love of our animals, our goal is to help in placing every dog, regardless of age, health status,

or behavioral condition, into loving and forever homes.

MEET THE TEAM

Communities often face challenges when providing excellent

animal care and control services. Success relies heavily

on a well-trained, professional staff who are compassionate,

committed, and dedicated to our mission.

ALY WEBSTER

Founder & Executive Director

  

Aly is the Founder of DFB. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing,

and a double minor in Political Science and Communications. She has always been an animal lover

and grew up around animals all of her life. She wanted to change public opinion on Pit Bulls after

learning about the horrible abuse in popular underground dog fighting communities around her.

Aly adopted her first pit, Anella, who was rescued in Philadelphia from a dog fighting operation,

where she was used as a bait dog. From then on, Alyson has made it her passion to save Pit Bulls from dog fighting.

JENNY KRAVITZ

Foster Coordinator

Jenny is a mother of 3 wild boys, one who has special needs. She is in the medical

field and has had dogs all of her life. She currently has an energetic little

rescue pit bull. She loves all pups but specifically is passionate about those that

are misunderstood. Her goal and hope is to find loving furever homes for as many

dogs as she can.  She really enjoys focusing on those  dogs with disabilities and helping

them find their furever friend!

LIV KNOX 

Coordinator

Liv has her degree in Business Management and works full time as a small

business consultant. She’s been a dog lover her entire life, having huskies

growing up and now rescuing her own dogs, one of which came from

Dawgs Fight Back. After rescuing her pit bull, Lincoln, Liv became more and

more aware of how pit bulls are stigmatized in society. She hopes to change

the opinion on pit bulls and continue her mission to help these dogs in

anyway possible.

TAYLOR MEREDITH

Coordinator

People would call Taylor the crazy dog lover! She loves animals, even after being bite

in the face by a golden retriever when she was 9 years old. Taylor has grown up with

Pit Bulls and many other breeds her entire life. She has had 5 Pit Bulls at a time, a husky

and a shitzhu. She believes they are the most loyal, loving animals. She is currently a

waitress and will soon be finishing cosmetology school.