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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 becca@angelcitypits.org.

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

For more information on NKLA visit www.nkla.org

We met the beautiful Ophelia at the North Central Shelter, where she exhibited to us her sweet and connected personality. She is a social girl, and was used as a tester dog at the shelter in playgroups.

Meet Odie! He is an affectionate and happy guy who we met at the South LA Shelter. At the shelter, he was a go-to tester for dog introductions, and played with most males, females, large dogs and small. We think he would do nicely in a home with another dog due to his social nature, but would also be perfectly happy as the only dog in the house.

Lolita is a young, friendly puppy who is looking for her forever home. About 1 year old and 40 pounds, Lolita is crate-trained, house-trained, micro-chipped, up to date on routine vaccinations and working on her basic commands.