Our mission is to rescue dogs at risk, advocate for the breed, and educate the public about the true nature of a pit bull that is properly raised in a loving home.
Dog of the Month
Meet Bella, a 3 year old sheperd who is looking for a forever home of her very own. Bella is a shy, unsocialized girl who came to us as a backyard dog just a few months ago. She is on the mellow end of the spectrum for energy. She does enjoy a walk here and there, but mostly she enjoys lounging on her bed, blanket or near her people. She does enjoy spending time outside when the weather is nice, but prefers to be indoors with her people.
Bella would do well in a breed experienced household with no cats & only older kids that understand how to treat dogs respectfully. She will need a proper introduction with new dogs, and people, as she is shy and can become overwhelmed in new situations. Bella is looking for her forever home, where she can gain some confidence, learn how to be dog social and more open to trusting people, and with people who will show her the ropes of being a spoiled princess. She is a gem, and we know her person is out there, if that's you, please apply below.
She is already spayed, up to date on vaccinations, microchipped & dewormed. Please apply to adopt her using the link below.
The Pit Bull Pen is 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer group located in southeastern Washington state. The pets in our program come from many different sources: owner surrender, high kill shelters, animal shelters who request our help, found injured, sick, abandoned and abused dogs.
Once accepted into our program they are placed in loving foster homes or remain at the rescue site. Our animals are given medical care, good food on a regular basis, lots of love, attention, and training.
Most dogs are ready for new homes fairly quickly. Dogs not ready for adoption are allowed to decompress, get medical treatment, receive training, and socialization in a timeline appropriate for their needs. Once dogs are ready, they are placed into loving homes.