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.

Calling One

And All!!!

December 3rd at the rescue.

22206 E Kennedy Rd Benton City, WA

12-5pm

Crafts and bake sale, read the flier!  

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Cypress is still available and would prefer not to wear bear coats ever again

Volunteer Opportunities Now Available!

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MINI

SHE'S READY FOR ADOPTION!  

Mini had her puppies just a few days after she arrived.  She's not been very socialized, plus being a heeler to her core means she's going to need time to warm up to new friends.  

From Mini:  I'm so very smart, I would like to play fetch more often and I like other dogs too, but they don't always like my energy level lol I'm a little like Tigger when I get comfortable in your home, my tops made out of rubber
My bottom is made out of springs
I'm bouncey, trouncey, ouncey, pouncey
Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun

Are you ready to have some fun?  I am, I'm done having babies and now it's my turn to enjoy life.  I was once very loved but couldn't stay there.  Please, please, please please please adopt me and give me a #fureverfurreal home?

https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/TPBP-A-815

to adopt this heeler girl!

I've not seen a cat here at the rescue so not sure how I feel about them.
Chickens could be a no since I'm going to want to herd them, maybe they are snacks...

Kids might not appreciate my nipping behavior characteristic of my heeler genetics.

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.