education inspires hope






A groomer/boarding kennel owner, a vet

tech, and a pharmacist have joined together

in the mission of rescuing and locating

homes for neglected, abused, and forgotten

Pit Bulls. With over 40 combined years of

experience and insight into the problems

surrounding this breed in the city of Lubbock, they strive to offer the best possible solutions to issues facing the dogs they rescue. Saving Grace is a small contribution of heart and soul toward the endless endeavor of animal rescue. Saving Grace founders value Pit Bulls and all dogs as companions and living beings that deserve human kindness and compassion. This rescue works to build mutually beneficial relationships with people and organizations in Lubbock toward a greater positive impact in the community. Saving Grace values respect, education, and open dialogue. Thanks for your interest and continued support!

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A trio of friends with a shared passion...

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Our Mission

As our vision continues to expand and evolve, we are directly involved in our community through awareness events, fundraising, education, and networking with other animal welfare groups. Check in to see what we have going on right now!


We envision a time when loving homes are in ample supply for these forgotten, abandoned, and misunderstood dogs; a time when Pit Bulls will be cherished as the loyal companions they are. Our work is toward fulfilling this vision.

We depend on the generosity of donors who believe in our mission and support us in our journey. Our rescue is small and resources are limited, but we are determined to make a monumental impact in our community. There are a variety of ways you can help.


Summer is here and we have lots of exciting plans and events! We rely on our volunteers for help and appreciate your time and dedication in this endeavor. Let us know if you can help with upcoming events. Now that it is warm outside, we could use extra dog walkers. We are at the kennel every Sunday from 10:00am to 12:30pm.

featured dog: jax

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a quick note from us...

Hey everyone! We have 3 puppies at the kennel right now that need foster homes. They are Gemma's puppies, rescued in February from a cold alley at just 3 days old. Jax, Opie, and Wendy were all adopted when they were young. They are now about 7 months old. They are back with us for silly reasons like they pottied in the house or the owners moved to a place where they aren't allowed. They have all been in homes and are now sad living at the kennel. Foster homes will provide them with the vital socialization and love they need at this age. Please contact us if you can help!

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