Spay & Neuter Angel Day is a national program fully funded by the SUFP Foundation which spays and neuters pit bull type dogs in underserved communities. This desperately needed initiative was created in 2016 in loving memory of Angel, who inspired the SUFP foundation. Since its inception, this vital effort has spayed and neutered thousands of pit bull type dogs. Spaying and neutering are real and viable ways to lower shelter intake and kill numbers. Since the majority of all dogs in US shelters are labeled pit bull “type” dogs, we remain dedicated to this program and work tirelessly at growing it. Just one unaltered female and her offspring if not altered can produce and estimated 67,000 dogs over a six year period. ANGEL DAY is making a real impact in communities across America and will help save lives for years to come.