|Our club does not have a rescue organization. For assistance in placing a dog, see one of the links below.
If you would like to share your life with an APBT, please consider one of the thousands of homeless dogs who are in shelters. Adult
APBTs are particularly difficult to find new homes for, but they bond to their new owners quickly and make wonderful pets.
Here are some important programs to solve the root causes
of pet neglect, abuse and overpopulation.
FREE and Low Cost spay and neuter programs in the Dallas-
Fort Worth Area.
Visit the Metroplex Animal Coalition website (MAC) for more
Dallas residents: FREE spay/neuter program. Most applicants
will be approved for the program if they already receive some type of
public assistance, such as food stamps or Medicaid. Low-income pet
owners not receiving public assistance may still qualify for the
program and are encouraged to apply. For more information, call
Affordable spay/neuter and wellness clinics -- vaccinations,
heartworm tests, low-cost heartwork preventative, through
the SPCA clinics (3 locations):
Contact the SPCA
Fort Worth-area residents, please contact the Humane
Society of North Texas for information on low-cost or free
spay/neuter programs: 817-332-4768 or the
Metroplex Animal Coalition
|Click here for a list of DFW- area rescue organizations and shelters that accept Pit Bulls and Mixes.
If you need to place or would like to adopt an APBT, this list to the best of our knowledge is a good place to start.