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My name is Lita!
I'm being cared for by
Brass City Rescue Alliance
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Home Check

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Home Check

Facts about me

Breed
American Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 40 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Meet Lita!! Lita is a petite 40ish lb Staffy mix, 2-3 years old… Lita absolutely falls in love with every person she meets, she’s instantly smitten and will follow you anywhere for a few pets as a reward! Lita does need to be the only pet in the home, but she will keep you busy for sure… She loves her toys, quiet walks in the woods, and just hanging out in the yard with her person… She would love a fenced in yard but not required as long as she gets plenty of leash walks… She does have some seasonal allergies but they are under control with Zyrtec daily & she loves her spa days every couple weeks to wash off those allergens… She is spayed, heartworm, tick borne disease negative, current on monthly prevention, vaccinated, & microchipped…
Meet Lita!! Lita is a petite 40ish lb Staffy mix, 2-3 years old… Lita absolutely falls in love with every person she meets, she’s instantly smitten and will follow you anywhere for a few pets as a reward! Lita does need to be the only pet in the home, but she will keep you busy for sure… She loves her toys, quiet walks in the woods, and just hanging out in the yard with her person… She would love a fenced in yard but not required as long as she gets plenty of leash walks… She does have some seasonal allergies but they are under control with Zyrtec daily & she loves her spa days every couple weeks to wash off those allergens… She is spayed, heartworm, tick borne disease negative, current on monthly prevention, vaccinated, & microchipped…
Rescue

Brass City Rescue Alliance

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Jennifer Humphrey
Address
Middlebury, CT 06762
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please give us 24-48 hours to contact you via text or email. Please give your Veterinarian permission to speak to us as well.

2.

Interview

We will conduct a phone or Facetime interview. Then we will set up an appointment to visit the shelter and meet our dogs.

3.

Meet the Pet

If you are a match with a dog in our care, you can adopt that day at your meet/greet appointment.

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

Take your pup home! We usually do our home visits about 3 weeks after the adoption, to ensure that everyone is settling in nicely.

5.

Home Check

Due to Covid-19 concerns, many visits are virtual or outside of the home residence.

Additional adoption info

We usually do our home visits 3 weeks post adoption or Facetime due to Covid-19. Please be advised that we will be in touch about the visit and will also follow up and keep tabs on your dog and it's transition into your home.
We usually do our home visits 3 weeks post adoption or Facetime due to Covid-19. Please be advised that we will be in touch about the visit and will also follow up and keep tabs on your dog and it's transition into your home.

Go meet their pets

All meet and greets are by appointments only and usually between 10-1pm on Saturday's. Shelter address: 2 Service Rd Middlebury CT 06062
All meet and greets are by appointments only and usually between 10-1pm on Saturday's. Shelter address: 2 Service Rd Middlebury CT 06062

More about this rescue

Our goal is to help the animals and citizens that need us. Our reach is far, wide and we do our best to never refuse aid. Through education, support and life saving,we hope to make a difference in Connecticut. We strive to get as many dogs adopted as possible via our rescue. We have our own dog shelter and hold weekend adoption events to find forever homes for our pups. We provide veterinary care, behavioral assessments and training to make each animal successful in its new forever home. Though we no longer adopt cats out, we do assist other local rescues in the networking of homeless cats, including trapping and trap-neuter-release. We collect food, toys and other needs for our rescued dogs including veterinary donations for their care while in rescue. We network for dogs at local shelters and lend a hand to our rescue friends whenever we can. We also advocate for the well being of the dogs and their living conditions and strive to better improve the long standing customer service issues at many Connecticut Animal Control facilities. We also help the public with questions, training, referrals to veterinarians etc. Through constant media promotion and proper assessments of the dogs, we hope to save as many lives as possible in our day to day mission. This RESCUE group is CT registered and has APPROVED 501(c)3 status with the Internal Revenue Service. All donations to Brass City Rescue Alliance are tax deductible.
Our goal is to help the animals and citizens that need us. Our reach is far, wide and we do our best to never refuse aid. Through education, support and life saving,we hope to make a difference in Connecticut. We strive to get as many dogs adopted as possible via our rescue. We have our own dog shelter and hold weekend adoption events to find forever homes for our pups. We provide veterinary care, behavioral assessments and training to make each animal successful in its new forever home. Though we no longer adopt cats out, we do assist other local rescues in the networking of homeless cats, including trapping and trap-neuter-release. We collect food, toys and other needs for our rescued dogs including veterinary donations for their care while in rescue. We network for dogs at local shelters and lend a hand to our rescue friends whenever we can. We also advocate for the well being of the dogs and their living conditions and strive to better improve the long standing customer service issues at many Connecticut Animal Control facilities. We also help the public with questions, training, referrals to veterinarians etc. Through constant media promotion and proper assessments of the dogs, we hope to save as many lives as possible in our day to day mission. This RESCUE group is CT registered and has APPROVED 501(c)3 status with the Internal Revenue Service. All donations to Brass City Rescue Alliance are tax deductible.