Pit Bull Terrier
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Hi, my name is KANE and I would love to meet you. I am a Neutered Male Pit Bull Terrier. The shelter staff think I am about 6 months old. I have been at the shelter since May 27, 2021.Meet Kane!This handsome block-headed boy may only be 6 month old, but he is already 50 lbs of love! He has lived with indoor & outdoor cats and seems to do well ignoring them, and has lived with a large older dog who was able to respect his space. Kane is not a fan of an overly social dog who will be all over him. He has been living in a WONDERFUL foster home, who has helped him work on his stranger-danger, but he still needs help with his confidence as he meets new people and is introduced to new environments. Knocked-over food bowl, vaccums, and nail-clippers can be VERY scary!Kane is a special kind of puppy, who will need a dog-savvy family with SHY/FEARFUL DOG EXPERIENCE that can help him become the best boy he can be! He would greatly benefit from working with a qualified trainer, as he grows into an adult dog. Children in the home should be older (12+), to be able to understand & respect his body language.If you`re interested in meeting with this big handsome boy, please reach out to:


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