American Pit Bull Terrier
Brindle with White
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Meet Camo! Camo is an American Pit Bull Terrier, who is appx 11years young. Camo loves babies, kids and adults. Ho wever, he was not socialized as a young pup so he is not friendly with other animals including cats and dogs.   He is potty trained, leash trained and knows his commands such as sit, stay, yes, no, go, lay, down, up. He’s a very calm, sweet and quiet boy who loves to cuddle and is just looking for a safe and quiet place to call home for his silver years. He has no medical issues and you would never know he is 11 years young.   Camo will need to be the king of his new castle with no exposure to other pets or animals.  Camo has an amazing advocate on his side trying to save him from being euthanized by his current owner.  We have been unable to find a foster for Camo so we are placing him up for adoption on her behalf to help save this sweet boy.  The owner has given us 2 weeks (07/22/2021) to find him a new home.     If you are are not able to adopt Camo but can open your heart and home to foster him while he awaits a new home, please contact us ASAP at  We will provide everything he needs in foster care if you can provide him a loving and safe place to call home while he awaits his forever home.   If you are interested in adoption, Camo is currently neutered and in good health.  His adoption fee is $150.00 and includes vaccinations and microchip . Please fill out an application on our website so a meet and greet and home check can be arranged.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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