About Us

About Us

From Here to There

The Endangered Breeds Association was originally established in 1980 to challenge and reverse breeds specific legislation (BSL) across the country.  Today we lobby against unconstitutional and breed specific ordinances at the municipal, state, and federal levels.  We are founded in the American Pit Bull Terrier who was targeted the most with this type of legislation.  Times have changed and so has the movement of the animal extremist groups.  The preservation of all dogs is in danger.  The EBA is here to help individuals and other groups when challenging in court BSL, unjust application of vicious dog ordinances and statutes, and unreasonable proposals and ordinances as it relates to containment, care of dogs and unjust breeding regulations.

We will work to oppose mandatory spaying and neutering ordinances and legislation.  We will oppose anti-tethering laws that restrict time limits and encourage tethering laws that ensure the animal has proper shelter, food, water, and unencumbered freedom to move.

We are committed to educate owners in the responsible ownership of all breeds of dogs.  Setting yourself and your dogs up to be successful is of the utmost importance.  Each breed of dog is bred for a purpose.  We will work to promote and preserve the qualities of all breeds of dogs.

We will strenuously oppose the use of any breed of dog for any illegal activity.

Meet Our Team

Our Board

Lisa Hutches

President

Amy Greenwood-Dudar

Secretary – Treasurer

Kim Krohn

Board Member

Joan Morrison

Board Member

Michelle Falcon

Board Member

Tyler Bullock

Board Member

Hank Greenwood

Board Member

Paul Askew

Board Member

Patty Bullock

Board Member

Lifetime Members

Hank Greenwood

Ed & Jeanne Hinkle

Gary & Linda Emmert

Tom Grunewald

Russ & Kim Krohn

Laura Bowman

Kelly & Sherry Young

Joel Halverson

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