Welcome to the Daxton’s Friends website! Our goal is to serve as a resource for healthy canine pet ownership, and advocate for public safety and animal welfare. Through education, promotional vehicles, and providing resources, we aspire to function as an authority on these topics and serve our communities. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that strives to provide honest and unbiased information.
Daxton’s Friends for Canine Education & Awareness was formed in honor of Daxton Borchardt, who passed away on March 6, 2013 due to severe injuries sustained in a dog attack. Daxton’s Friends would like to educate the public about the importance of understanding dog breeds and how, with proper education and pet care, the number of dog-related incidents can be reduced.
Striving to serve as a resource for the canine community, Daxton’s Friends attempts to provide the most current and updated information available. Relying heavily on media coverage and established canine-related organizations, we pledge to do our best to provide factual information and research. In addition we will also leverage information from real life events, striving to be responsible philanthropists.
If Daxton’s Friends is provided substantial evidence that we have shared incorrect information, we will correct or retract statements. We welcome feedback and invite you to share your thoughts about our organization. Please e-mail us at DaxtonsFriends@gmail.com. *Abusive and/or deceitful emails are subject to being published in full.*
If you would like to support Daxton’s Friends, please click the donate button below. All contributions will support our efforts to advocate for public safety and animal welfare. As a volunteer organization, we appreciate your support!
- American Pit Bull Terrier
- Daxton’s Friends News
- Educational Editorials and Blogs
- Incident Reports
- Potentially Dangerous Breeds
- Print Your Own Fliers
- Victims’ Stories
- Why Do We Call Them ‘Pit Bull Type’ Dogs?