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 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 Adele, a sweet 5 month old pittie puppy looking for her forever home. This little girl is a special kid, who needs a mellow household with polite dogs that will show her the ropes. She was surrendered at about 10 weeks of age, with 4 other puppies, and she is the only one of her group that is still looking for her home. She has been with 3 different fosters who love her, but she is really looking for her happily ever after. We are not sure what she went through before she came to us, but we are committed to finding her the perfect family that will help her blossom into the best version of herself possible! Once she trusts you, she is a little gem and loves a good snuggle. Please read below about her ideal home.

Adele's perfect home would be a mellow household where she can learn how to be a confident girl. She would do well with age appropriate children that are old enough or understand that she needs time to feel safe with new people. She seems to be most comfortable around small-medium sized dogs. She is pretty timid, and submissive to both humans and dogs. She is currently fostered with 3 large dogs, and interacts well with them, but is quite fearful of their large movements. Adele is potty trained on an age appropriate schedule, and crate trained.  She would benefit from a home where she will be worked with on her confidence, and socialization with people and dogs in positive ways. 

Adele is currently fostered in Tri-CIties, WA, her adoption fee is $450

Please apply using the link below ♥

WeThe 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.