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NKLA Pet Adoption Center

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 dedicated to ending the killing of healthy and treatable pets in L.A. city shelters.  To aid in achieving 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. If you are interested in adopting one of our NKLA dogs, please visit the center to speak with their specialists.

The Pet Center adoption fees differ slightly from ours; the adoption fee is $350 for puppies and $250 for adult dogs.

If you have questions about the NKLA Pet Adoption Center, please email Becca at

NKLA Pet Adoption Center
1845 Pontius Avenue | Los Angeles, CA 90025
424.208.8840| Open 7 days a week from 12-8pm

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Anne joined us from East Valley shelter, where she won us over by giving our team sweet kisses through her kennel. Anne is friendly, happy, and loves to play. She does well with other dogs and would be happy to join a family with or without other dogs.

Sweet Freda is ready to find her forever family. Freda is quiet and relaxed and loves nothing more than snuggling up with her favorite people for a cuddle session. Give her a second to warm up, and you’ll quickly find yourself on her best friends list!

Murphy is a soft and smushy boy who joined us from the South LA shelter. Murphy is sweet and playful and loves all the human friends he’s met while in foster care. Murphy walks well on leash and is enjoying learning more about the sights, sounds, and smells of his new life. When he’s done taking it all in, he loves a good head scratch and some treats. His foster family describes him as affectionate, cuddly, and playful.

Bree is a happy, friendly and obedient girl who we met at the South LA Shelter. She enjoys the company of other dogs, and we think she 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.

Originally from the South LA shelter, Peaky has been living it up as a foster dog. This spunky, medium energy girl is up for anything life has to offer. She’ll excitedly accept an invitation to go walking, and once you’re out the door she loves to show off her easy-going leash manners.