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Question by tbooth
Submitted on 6/7/2004
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Looking for a pit bull shelter or rescue shelter in Sacramento area. Does anyone have a suggestion?  "Puppy" is a 3 1/2 or 4 years brown and white pit bull.  He is very sweet, but does not play well with our Lab mix. He tends to be a little territorial, but have never shown aggression towards people.  He needs a home where he is the only dog.  Please respond. Thanks.

Answer by Bernice Wood
Submitted on 3/8/2005
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Looking for someone or a shelter for a female Pit Bull about 6 months old.  Found wondering the streets in Needles, CA.  Brown beautiful dog, well trained and needs a good home. Very friendly, no aggressive tendencies.  I live in a studio apt. on the third floor in a complex that does not allow dogs.  


Answer by tammy
Submitted on 1/27/2006
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iam in need of a good family for a red nose pit he is 2yrs old the sweet boy your ever find.i took him out of a bad family and got him a home but not the person who took him drives truck and is only home 1 day a week we is stuck on the 3rd floor of this house with no-one to love him or take him out and sometimes not even feed him i however go there and feed him and take him out.but he needs people contact.not just a room.my heart is so brokin over this dog i have spent months on finding him a good family.if my husband would let me have a 3rd dog he would be mine for ever.please if there is anyone that can help me find love.e-mail me at tamndiamond1@yahoo.com       thank you tam


Answer by tree
Submitted on 2/24/2006
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Did you ever find help with your pit?
I found a pit and have the same problem, I would keep him except I am pregnant and have 7 other rescue animals. Lmichale@aol.com put subject dog


Answer by Laura
Submitted on 5/7/2007
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Hi my name is Laura and we are looking at doing foster care with the possibilty of adopting and have decided that we can no longer care for the two pit bulls that we have. And so we are looking at what options we have. We want to make sure they go to a loving home and not be killed or hurt. But we dont even know what we can do with them.. Any help would be nice. Thank you


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