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Meet Brooklyn the Laid Back Pit Mix

Looking for a foster home or adopter. 7 years old, 65 lbs. Male Pit Mix. Good with dogs! Scroll to bottom of this post for contact info.

Meet Brooklyn, a 7 year old male Pit bull who was surrendered by his family to a kill shelter in New York. Brooklyn looks like he has had a rough life- from scars on his face and body, to callouses from what can only be assumed are pressure wounds from laying on hard surfaces (like concrete).  While at the shelter, the poor guy just shut down and lost his sprit. But, we sent directly him into rehab in PA  to help give him a fresh start in life.

While in training, Brooklyn has come a long way! He is a laid back boy who walks nicely on a leash, is well behaved around the house, knows basic commands, and does well with other dogs when introduced properly (he generally prefers his canine lady friends, but in the right situation, will do fine with males as well).  He would excel in a home that is confident, calm and relaxed, as well and has experience with bully breeds.

Care of Ready for Rescue. Located in Reading, PA. Transport to NY available.

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Things to keep in mind: $150 adoption fee applies if you plan to adopt, unless otherwise stated (Foster caretakers must pay adoption fee if they choose to adopt). You may be required to complete a foster/adoption application prior to meeting the dog. Please check with your landlord about your building’s pet policy and of course talk to your roommates. Each dog on is the legal property of his/her rescue organization until an adoption contract is signed.

Disclaimer: Unless otherwise noted, the information provided in this listing is from the dog’s rescue group and/or foster caretaker; Foster Dogs Inc cannot guarantee the accuracy of dogs’ descriptions. Foster Dogs Inc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that connects people with dogs in need. Read more about our organization

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