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The PBRC website is a virtual shelter and resource for owners and caretakers of American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and pit bull mixes.

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Adoption Application Responsibility

If you are interested in giving a permanent home to one of the dogs featured on PBRC, please complete our online application form. Anyone interested in adopting a dog should read the PBRC Disclaimer and Recommendations before filling out this adoption proposal.

After submitting the form, you will receive an e-mail confirming that your application was received by PBRC. Your application will be reviewed by one of our volunteers within 3 days and sent to the caretakers of the dog(s) you selected. If certain questions require clarification, you will be contacted.

PBRC is not responsible for any adoption decisions. The dogs listed on the web site belong to private foster homes, independent rescue organizations and animal shelters. PBRC offers a pre-screening service only. The caretakers who list dogs on PBRC are encouraged to ask additional questions, contact references, conduct home visits, etc., before approving any adoption.

It is possible that a caretaker will only contact you if your application is being seriously considered. If you haven't heard back from the caretaker within a week, we suggest that you contact them directly for the status of your application. Their email and/or phone number is displayed below the dog's information. We also suggest that you contact the caretaker directly if you have any questions concerning the dog(s) you're interested in. PBRC volunteers have not met the dogs on the site (unless it's one of their own foster dogs) and won't be able to answer your questions.

PBRC assumes the dogs featured on the site have been carefully evaluated prior to being listed for adoption. However, we recommend that anyone interested in adopting a dog proceed with their own temperament evaluation. Help from a professional is recommended if you are not familiar with temperament testing. You are welcome to print out the PBRC evaluation test and bring it with you when you visit a dog.

Thank you very much for considering a needy pit bull, and good luck in your search to find the perfect companion.

Click here to fill out an application.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

There are responsibilities that go along with being a good dog owner. A dog will live from 10 to 20 years, depending on its breed, size and general health. This is a long term commitment, and you must be ready to provide the dog with a home for that duration. A dog needs attention, love, and respect from you: feeding and watering it are not enough. Consider it part of your family: this is no joke as that is exactly what the dog thinks YOU are its pack, its family. Source: Cindy Tittle Moore

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Before You Get Your Pit Bull