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In shelter Dog

New York, NY, 10075
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Jeter, a handsome pittie, was born in mid-2012 and is about 60 pounds. He was rescued in Texas, extremely emaciated and weighing only 33 pounds. He is good with all adults and kids over the age of 12. Jeters perfect home would be one where he is the only pet, with a fenced in yard. His perfect family would be experienced with his breed and knowledgeable with handling. He is crate trained, knows his commands and he absolutely loves to play. Jeter is really sweet with his people, seeks attention and returns affection. He is neutered and up to date on shots.
If you think you would like to adopt Jeter please put your application in here: Http://

RDRs adoption fees include the cost of spay/neuter/microchip at an RDR-approved facility, whether completed before adoption or if deferred because the pet is too young or has a medical issue. All pets are also current on age-appropriate vaccines at the time of adoption.

Given technical constraints on this database, this pets location may not be as listed here. We can, however, provide transport support for pets in foster at a considerable distance from the adopter.


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