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Pit Bull Rescue Central envisions a compassionate world where pit bulls and pit bull mixes reside in responsible, loving homes and where their honor and positive image is restored and preserved.

Mission Statement:
As an organization, Pit Bull Rescue Central (PBRC) will:

  • Help relieve suffering of and prevent cruelty to dogs identified as pit bulls and mixes thereof, through the public dissemination of educational information.

  • Help reduce the number of homeless pit bulls and mixes thereof, through the public dissemination of educational information and spay or neuter grants.
  • Facilitate the rescue and placement of homeless dogs identified primarily as pit bulls and mixes thereof, into responsible homes.
  • Participate in fundraising in order to provide caretakers of pit bulls and mixes thereof, with the means to:

    – spay or neuter
    – access quality and accurate educational information
    – access to resources targeting responsible rescue and placements

Placing Your Pit Bull for Adoption

Not that long ago, you were thrilled to have a Pit Bull of your very own. You never dreamed you’d have to give him up someday. Even if you can’t keep him any more, your dog still depends on you to do what’s best for him. Now, more than ever, he needs you to make the right choices for his future.

On the following pages, we’re direct and honest with you. Your dog is your responsibility. He has no one else but you to look out for his interests. It will take patience and persistence to find him the right home. He deserves your best efforts.

Finding a new home for a dog involves several steps. Before you start, please take a minute to read all the information contained on the following pages:

Do You Really Have To?
Addresses the following:
– Pet Allergies to Pet
– Having a Baby
– Moving
– Not Enough Time for Dog
– Dog Behavior Issues

The Reality of Pit Bull Adoption
Addresses the following:
– Animal Shelters
– No-kill Shelters
– Breed Rescues

Pet Rehoming Considerations
Addresses the following:
– Your Dog’s Breeder
– Evaluating Your Dog
– Preparing Your Dog for Adoption
– Advertising

Screening Potential Adopters
Addresses the following:
– Phone Interview
– Home Visit
– Saying Goodbye
– Paperwork

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