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NKLA Pet Adoption Center is Open!

Angel City Pit Bulls is proud to be a coalition member in the Best Friends Animal Society initiative “NKLA,” (No Kill Los Angeles). NKLA is "a coalition of animal welfare organizations, city shelters and passionate individuals. Led by Best Friends Animal Society, we're dedicated to ending the killing of healthy and treatable pets in L.A. city shelters” within the next 5 years. In order to achieve this goal, Best Friends has opened a new state-of-the-art adoption facility where over 100 dogs and cats from Best Friends and a variety of other rescue groups will be showcased.

We are excited for the opportunity to be a part of this new adoption facility and to showcase our wonderful family pets. The NKLA Pet Adoption Center has its own adoption specialists who are trained to support potential adopters in finding the right animal for their home. Our very own Two-Bit and Toast debuted as the first Angel City dogs in the new facility, and many have been adopted from the center since.

If you are interested in adopting one of our NKLA dogs, or any new family member, please visit their facility!

NKLA Pet Adoption Center 1845 Pontius Avenue | Los Angeles, CA 90025
310.479.0197 | Open 7 days a week from 12-8pm

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I just found out about this from an ad that I saw in the Argonaut paper I think that this is a wonderful idea to get several groups together and show these animals


I am trying to find a rescue organization for three very sweet blue nose pitbulls under the age of 1. I am currently caring for them but I would love to see them go to a family who would like to adopt a pitbull.

I own four dogs already and am limited on resources.

Please contact me if you would love or know someone who can help.

Our daughter has a 9-month-old pit bull -- Buddy -- but now that she is pregnant she is having difficulty dealing with him. We would love to have someone adopt him. He is a real sweetheart. Contact

I have four pups and I'm looking for a home for them, two are very sensitive, paranoid, and I'm working with them they are now nine months, but the other two I would really like them blessed with a home with a yard. Could you give me any leads, and suggestions on paranoid dogs I worked in behavioral health, but for people.and I'm not a doctor.I would appreciate your help. Thank you , Marlene Hoover

I'm trying to find a home for an approx. 2 year old neutered pit/lab/blue heeler mix. Hyper but sweet. I really would love to see him go to a good home but am unsure where I can take him. If anyone is interested or has any suggestions please contact me at

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