American Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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Nick is a 12-year-old mixed-breed fellow who currently weighs about 60 pounds. He came to SFAS when his guardian could no longer care for him and he is now ready for a new family. Here in the shelter, Nick has settled in very well. He is sociable and playful with his younger counterparts and serves as a mature role model for the rambunctious ones. When he's not partying with his canine friends, Nick hangs with the humans, leaning into our legs to solicit attention.Nick's adoption fee is fee waived through the month of JULY! He is neutered and microchipped and has age-appropriate vaccinations. A licensing/microchip fee may apply. Nick is currently in foster! If you are interested in meeting him please contact his foster parent at to set up a time and place to meet. If you have other dogs at home, we encourage you to bring them along!SFAS offers a variety of excellent training classes, seminars and Trainer Talks led by animal behavior professionals. These are $50 off for animals adopted from any shelter or rescue group! Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, classes and talks are all presented virtually using Zoom. For course descriptions, schedules and registration, visit training-classes/ for classes and seminars-and-workshops/ for seminars and Trainer Talks.


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