The purpose of the American Pit Bull Foundation is to promote responsible breed ownership through providing:
- owner and public education
- positive alternatives to pit fighting
- programs to endorse and recognize responsible breed ownership
- provide medical and financial assistance for dogs with responsible owners
- aid in adoption of Pit Bulls to responsible individuals or families
Are you a responsible Pit Bull owner?
Please take a moment to sign our responsible Pit Bull Owner Pledge and let us know what you think contributes to a safe, happy, healthy environment for your family and your dogs.
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Donations made in loving memory of the dogs we will never forget. This page has been dedicated to keeping alive the spirit of our favorite furry friends by passing on their stories and the happiness they've brought to us in life.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization
All donations are tax deductable
Please take a moment to learn about the dogs that we are currently treating for heartworm disease. Donations from private and public contributors make it possible for us to help these dogs in need. Please consider giving to one of our current dogs in need and help them on their way to healthy, happy, Heartworm-free lives.
Meet Mama Moo; a rescue from Charlotte Mecklenburg who came to APBF with 5 puppies and a heart full of worms. Moo's Heartworm disease has progressed and radiographs recently revealed how much damage these parasites can cause. Visit the link above to learn more about Heartworm disease and how you can help.
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You can help prevent Heartworm disease
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Fun and full of life!
Rocco is a handsome American Bull Dog/American Pit Bull Terrier mix that is friendly and sociable. He is about 1 year old and is oh-so ready to have a family of his own.
Rocco will make a fun working dog or hiking pal.
Is Rocco the dog you have been looking for? Submit an application to find out!
Co-worker, friend, brother! We love and miss you. Your, MDC Brooklyn Familiy."
Get it in black, get it in green! Great gift ideas for friends and family. Samantha thinks it's the perfect size for her milkshake!
Join us every other Saturday from 12pm to 4pm to meet some of our wonderful adoptable dogs and puppies. Stop by the Northlake location in Charlotte and find a new friend!
Upcoming adoption days:
June 22ndAugust 3rd
APBF Pint glasses now available in 2 designs
Meet Liberty Three times abandoned, three years with Heartworm disease and one wonderful personality.
Sporting her Brave Survivor collar from Dublin Dog is not just a fashion statement. We are thankful to have gotten this girl in time to save her life.
Please consider donating on Liberty's behalf as she makes her way through treatment and eventually into a forever home.
Charlotte Pet Expo: Saturday, May 18th
Special thanks to 4Paws Hollistic for photographing Liberty
Can't adopt? Please consider sponsoring Rocco