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Pet name:
American Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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Beans was confiscated for neglect after spending most of his life tethered to a heavy chain. Despite that sort of start to his life, he’s blossomed and is incredibly affectionate with his people, though he can be timid with new people at first.  Sadly, he’s selective about other dogs (a slow introduction is important). He also doesn’t mix well with other small pets (cats, hamsters, even small dogs), and we’re not sure if he really ever will be. 
Beans is neutered, house trained and microchipped. His foster has been doing some basic training with him and he now knows sit and LOVES to play fetch with toys. He especially loves Kong tennis balls that squeak, and any other soft toy that he can tear apart to remove the squeaker.
If you feel your home might be the right place for this wonderful dog, the place to start is with the adoption application found at  Once submitted, the foster will contact you to tell you more, and to arrange a meeting! The adoption fee for all of our dogs is $250.00, which includes their vaccinations and spay/neuter.
Beans is participating in the DFW Rescue Me Guest Dog Program, so custody and ongoing care are provided by the foster, not by DFWRM.


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