Buy, Sell or Invest- Your Sale Will Save Dogs!

Each transaction Amanda will donate $500 direct to Underdog in your name

Greetings! As someone who is passionate about animal welfare, I have a dream to see Underdog expand beyond just a foster-based organization and create a safe haven facility for dogs in need. This center would offer education, training, emergency foster care, and a place for our group to call home. With almost 3000 dogs rescued so far, I believe we are truly ready to take this big step.

To make this dream a reality, I’m asking for your help. For every referral, buyer, or seller who works with me, I will be donating a direct monetary amount to our “I Have A Dream Building Fund!” My focus is on educating the youth and getting into elementary schools since they are our future and our best chance at creating a better tomorrow.

If you’re looking to buy, sell, invest, or even just talk about the future, please think of me. As a millennial who bought my first home solely for my pitbulls to have a yard, I understand the importance of finding a place that works for both you and your furry friends.


Underdog Animal Rescue is a volunteer-based organization, funded 100% by donors. Our goal is to save dogs of California from unnecessary sheltering and euthanasia due to overcrowded and underfunded shelters. As a foster-based organization we rescue, rehabilitate, and offer respite for vulnerable and homeless dogs. UAR saves all breeds, sizes, ages, colors, the imperfect, and the special needs. Through advocacy we educate the public to work towards a better future for dogs.


I encourage you to visit our website or social media pages to learn more about Underdog and the impact we’ve made in the lives of countless dogs. Every little bit helps, and your support can make a huge difference for these animals in need.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart and on behalf of all the dogs we’ve helped so far. Together, we can make this dream a reality!

Underdog Animal Rescue
Registered 501(3)c, Tax ID# 47-1581254

met for dogs