Who They Are
Adopt A Pit Rescue is the largest pit bull rescue in Ohio’s Miami Valley. The organization’s mission is to save, rehabilitate, and rehome dogs from local kill shelters.
The foster home-based rescue was founded in 2013 to rescue pit bulls and other "bully breeds." Since its founding, Adopt A Pit has found homes for over 3,400 dogs and currently has over 80 foster homes.
Beezus (above) is available for adoption. Learn more here.
What They Do
Adopt A Pit rescues dogs that are from high-kill shelters, in need of medical attention, or lost. Through the organization, these dogs are able to live in foster homes as part of a family until they find their forever homes.
Any money Adopt A Pit raises through adoption fees or fundraising goes directly to the care of its dogs. The rescue supplies all the food and vetting the dogs need, as well as crates, leashes, collars, and even toys when there are enough funds. The organization is completely volunteer-run, and its director and fosters are all unpaid.
Leila Ali (above) is available for adoption. Learn more here.
In addition to donating, there are other ways to give to Adopt A Pit:
Shop the Store
Buy Adopt A Pit merchandise and save a life. Visit the store.
Order from the Chewy Wishlist
Adopt A Pit is always in need of more toys, treats, and supplies for its dogs in foster care. View the rescue's wishlist at chewy.com.
Since Adopt A Pit doesn’t have a physical location, each of its adoptable dogs resides in a foster home. Learn more about how to foster.
Adopt A Pit often needs volunteers for upcoming events as well as help transporting dogs to and from vet appointments. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about volunteer opportunities.
Rosie Bird (above) is available for adoption. Learn more here.
How We're Helping
Our $1,000 donation will be used to help Adopt A Pit Rescue continue its mission to save dogs from high-kill shelters, as well as dogs who are heartworm positive, injured, sick, and lost.
Bella Rose (above) is available for adoption. Learn more here.
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