Practice crate training? Value training, structure, and leadership for animals in your care? Can you avoid dog parks and other settings where there is little structure and high risk for problem behaviors?
If your truthful answer to any of the above questions is “NO”, we may not be the best match, and that’s okay!
If you’re open to learning more about any of the above though, we can certainly chat.
Adopting begins with an application! Once an application is completed we will reach out to you to do an evaluation and go through some information pertaining to bully breed. Pit bulls specifically are vulnerable, only 1 in 600 bully breeds that go to a shelter ever find a fur-ever home. You can be the reason a bully breed, or any other dog, finds a loving place to call home.
Fostering a DOG
Fostering these companions start with applications ! Once an application is submitted and reviewed we will contact you to set a date/time to do a home evaluation. After being processed we will approve or deny you. Once approved we set up a day to get all food and supplies needed and your foster companion. During this time you may need to bring your companion to events, take pictures with updates, introduce to potential adopters and bring to veterinarian appointments that Pit Squad does pay for. If you think you’d be a good foster parent please complete the application
What we do
Rescuing these companions start with applications from all off you that can foster or adopt. We then save these companions from a shelter that will euthanize them. Our dogs then travel from all over the US to us here in MN where we will get them seen by a veterinarian to have them spayed/neutered, vaccinated and any special needs they may have met.
Finding dogs a loving Home
We are committed to making sure each dog we rescue ends up at the place it will call home for the rest of its life. Every dog, no matter the breed, deserves to be loved and cherished.