My name is Corrine!

American Staffordshire Terrier/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Warrenville, Illinois - Corrine
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I'm being cared for by:
Players for Pits, NFP

Facts about Corrine

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Hey, I'm Corrine but my rescuers constantly call me princess! I am loving foster life, let me tell you. The day my previous owner surrendered me at the shelter, I wasn't sure if I was ever going to have another happy day. But I met this nice lady and won her over by slobbering all over her face. And I know that works because I do it to EVERYONE and they always smile and laugh afterwards. My previous home burned down and for whatever reason, the person I loved thought I should be put down if I couldn't be with her. I'm glad that didn't happen because I have so much love to offer the world.

Sometimes I don't hear things, unless it's a higher pitch. When my rescuers first found me my ears hurt so bad until a nice guy they called Dr. K put something in them and all of a sudden I felt instant relief. Now my ears feel good but because I had ear infections for so long I can't always hear things.

I spend my day sleeping on my fosters bed while she's at work. Thank God because I am not a fan of my crate. I reward my foster by not chewing up anything or going potty inside. She keeps a camera on me so she can watch me sleep all day. The things people find amusing, I'll tell ya! When she leaves for work, I play with a toy or chew a bone then hop on the bed and sleep for hours. It's really nice she let's me do that!

My three favorite things. So the rescuers told me they needed me to tell them what My favorite things are in order to find myself a family of my own. They want to find me a family that will match up with my personality. I don't really know what to tell them though because I'll do anything to make my family happy. My favorite thing is car rides. Oh and Starbucks! Car rides to Starbucks.... That's the best! The first time I was so confused but now I ride proudly in the front seat and when we pull up to the drive through window I wait patiently until my foster holds my puppaccino for me. I also love going out to patios. I beg for food sometimes, but I listen when they tell me to wait and sit. I'm SO good at commands and I'm learning sign language too just in case my hearing gets worse over time .

But let's see... My favorite thing. People! I could lick your face all day if you let me. I love everyone I meet, even guys with beards! I love that when I lick their face they always laugh. I can't always hear the laugh but I love the way it looks and it makes me happy to make them happy.

So will you share my post? I'd love to find a home to call my own! If you are interested, please go to to do an application and my fosters can introduce me to you! I cannot wait to meet you! #princesscorrine

***Blank inquiries will not be replied to as we are a small organization and our volunteers time is limited. If you are serious about adopting a specific dog, please visit to complete an adoption application. Once an application is completed, a representative will contact you to set up a time to meet the dog you have applied for. Thank you for your understanding!***

About Players for Pits, NFP

About Our Rescue Group...

Players for Pits is a 501c3, non profit rescue that connects professional athletes to the community in order to come together to take a stand against the abuse and neglect of animals. PFP serves the western suburbs of Chicago and is a foster based rescue, so the dogs in our care are in foster homes learning the basics of being a well balanced dog versus being in cages at loud boarding facilities.

The athletes involved in our rescue actively support the rescue efforts and help by spreading the word of dogs in need. It is the mission of Players for Pits to educate dog owners about proper pet care - both physical and mental - so that the dogs in our care can be happy, well balanced members of society. It is our goal to rescue dogs from high kill shelters and place them into loving homes in the suburbs. At Players for Pits we stand up for pit bulls, who's character is routinely tarnished and often misrepresented. We recognize the pit bull for what it is: a DOG. And any dog with the right care and owners can be a wonderful pet. While we are an advocate for pit bulls, we do not discriminate based on breed and will take in other breeds if they need you help. Players for Pits is also very active in the community and we co-host clinics to help struggling families maintain their pets health, we train pit bull type dogs to become therapy dogs for children with abusive backgrounds, and we try to involve the community in our goal to reduce pet abandonment.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...!donate/ctzx

Come Meet Our Pets...

View all of our adoptable pets on our website, at as well as daily updates on our facebook page at

We hold adoptions events 2-4 times a month at Wet Nose (Geneva, IL location) as well as Kriser's (Glen Ellyn, IL location). Please email us or visit our website if you would like info on our next adoption event!

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Fees:
Puppies (12 weeks old - 6months): $300
Puppies (6 months - 1 year): $250
Adults (1 year - 6years): $150
Seniors (7+ years old): $75

1. We require an adoption application to be completed in its entirety. Any application with questions not answered fully will not be considered complete and will not be processed.
2. We check your references and process your application.
3. Phone/email interview - we notify you that we have received your application and go over any areas of concern or speak to you more about the dog in which you are applying for.
4. Set up a meet and greet - this can be at an adoption event, in your home or at the fosters home.
5. Pet meet and greet - we make sure your current pets and your potential new family member are a good match! If you are adopting a dog that is currently with either of our trainers, we will have you bring your dog(s) to our trainer for the meet and greet. **We will not adopt a dog into a situation we do not believe the dog can handle. The dogs are our #1 priority.
6. Finalize the adoption - sign the adoption contract and pay adoption fee - we accept cash or check.

Your adoption fee covers all vaccinations, fecal test, heartworm test, etc as well as spay/neuter and microchipping. No pets will be adopted out until they have a clean bill of health from our veterinarian.