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Angel City Pit Bulls has dogs that fall under the generic term 'pit bull' who demonstrate stable, fun, people-oriented, outgoing personalities - making them fantastic family dogs. We have a wide range of energy levels, so whether you are looking for a running partner or a potential “therapy dog”, we will typically have a dog that will fit the bill.

Our goal is to provide adopters with the best possible adopter-dog match and we will work with you to find a dog that is right for your situation. Most of the ACPB dogs live in multi-dog foster homes, and enjoy the company of other well-matched dogs and some even with well-matched cats. We are happy to assist with family pet introductions.

To get started, we will ask that you fill out our brief questionnaire below and we'll set up a meet and greet for the dog(s) you are interested in. When you are ready to move forward with the adoption, we will arrange a home delivery to help you get settled in with the newest member of your family. Resources, support, and education are always available, and you can expect an extensive level of knowledge and support from ACPB for the lifetime of your dog.

All dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped, up-to-date on vaccinations, and crate trained prior to adoption. We ask for an adoption donation of $250 for dogs over 6 months old, and $350 for a puppy under 6 months old. This non-taxdeductible contribution assists us in continuing our mission to help more dogs in need. We serve the Los Angeles area and parts of Southern California. Regrettably, we do not have the resources to adopt out of state.

For more info or to inquire about adoption, please click here to fill out the Angel City Adoption Questionnaire or contact Krista at adopt@angelcitypits.org

To see Courtesy Listed dogs available for adoption through independent rescuers, please click here.

Mitzie, aka Shorty McCutie came our way via the South LA Shelter where she entered as a stray. This absolutely adorable girl is looking for a structured home where she can strut her stuff. Mitzie is great with kids and is a low energy, happy girl who would do well in a home with or without another dog.

Sally is a sweetheart we met at the South LA Shelter. She was brought in as a stray, and warmed up to people instantly. Sally is an easy going gal with a calm demeanor; she is a bit shy initially, but shows off her goofy side once you get to know her.

Bree is a happy, friendly and obedient girl who we met at the South LA Shelter. She consistently demonstrates social behavior with other dogs, and would do well in a home with a well-matched companion, though could also be the only dog in the house. Bree is a quiet, easy-going dog who is happy to chew on a bone or Kong in her crate for some down time.

Sweet Loretta came our way from the East Valley Shelter where we fell for her model good looks and sparkling charm. Loretta is a perfect companion for most ideas that might pop into your head. With a big wag in her tail, she'll accompany you for a neighborhood walk, or she'll eagerly jump in the car to go explore a hiking trail. She's also just as happy to spend an afternoon lounging in the yard while you read a book. And in the house, Loretta has impeccable manners and a highly developed sense of radar for the nearest and comfiest dog bed to lie on while you make dinner.

Gia is a large and in charge lady who came our way via the East Valley Shelter. A 90-pound lap dog, Gia is confident and connected. With other dogs she is playful, bouncy and polite--she even does well with cats too!

Meet Nemo... He is the cutest little fish around! He is an affectionate, goofy guy who loves hanging out with his people. As much as he likes to snuggle and give kisses, Nemo likes to play. He loves goofing around with other dogs that have a rough and tumble play-style too.

To learn more about Vivie, Please visit our NKLA Pet Adoption Center page.
To learn more about Tulip, Please visit our NKLA Pet Adoption Center page.
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