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American Pit Bull Terrier/American Bulldog
White - with Black
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Pet ID

My info

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

My story

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Update 01/22/2022:
Chip was returned to our rescue due to not getting along with the other dog in the house. Here are some facts about this gorgeous boy:

> great with people and children
> he can get along with other dogs but it needs management
> Chip has never been around cats
> house, crate and potty trained
> loves car rides
> goofy and playful - Chip loves playing ball
> loves going on leashed walks
> listens very well to commands

If you are interested in learning more about this gorgeous boy please email us at

Chip was rescued from a local shelter along with his 5 brothers and one sister.  We are calling them 'The Magnificent Seven'.

Chip is a quiet puppy who is easy going and happy as long as he has a toy or another dog to play with.  He absolutely adores the  four dogs in his foster home and is great with all sizes. 

He walks really well on the leash, is a little cautious at first when he sees new people but warms up quickly.

He just recently learned how to walk up and down the stairs, he was scared at first.  He also learned how to jump on the couch so that he can hang out with his foster family. 

Chip's foster family is working on basic commands like 'sit', 'drop it', 'leave it' and he is doing amazing so far.

Chip is crate trained and spends the night quietly in his crate. 

Chip  is very energetic and loves running around in the yard but he is also a huge cuddle bug and loves just hanging out with his human family.

Chip is a cute little boy who would make a wonderful addition to any family.  

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
September 28, 2022, 9:36 pm


Bobbie's Pit Bull Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Spotsylvania, VA 22553

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

BRPS Adoption Requirements We ask that you please read the below in its entirety. Minimum requirements for adopting from Bobbie’s Pit Bull Rescue & Sanctuary are: Demonstrated responsible dog ownership, and primary care of a dog to include spay/neuter of current family pets. Also, all pets must be up to date on vaccinations and (dogs) heartworm tested and on preventative. Demonstrated financial stability and must be at least 21 years of age. Proof of home owners insurance that covers the bully breed. If you rent, we require a letter from your landlord giving you permission to keep a bully breed on the premises and you must have Renter's Insurance that covers the breed. Please note that many insurance companies will cancel your homeowner’s policy if you own a bully breed. It is the adopter's responsibility to check with his or her carrier to ensure coverage will remain in place. While we do not require a fenced yard we strongly prefer yards that are fenced in by chain link, wrought iron or privacy fencing. Homes with no fences will be evaluated to make sure that the dog has enough opportunities during the day to exercise. Invisible fencing is not acceptable. Adoption Policy We are happy to hear from people interested in giving one of our wonderful dogs a responsible, lifelong home. Bully breeds become deeply attached and devoted to their families. Our animals are adopted as inside family pets only. If you feel you may not truly enjoy having a dog's constant companionship, enjoy having him/her sleep in your bedroom at night and share your activities by day, then you may be happier with a breed less oriented to human companionship. Much like toddlers, puppies cannot go all day long in a crate and need to be let out often to receive physical exercise and mental stimulation. So as a general rule, preference is given to homes where they will have multiple breaks during the day. Homes where puppies are crated 6+ hours Monday thru Friday without breaks are not acceptable. Puppies 0-12 months are required to attend Daycare at least once a week for socialization purposes, no exceptions. Every dog must be enrolled in Obedience Training courses within 30 days after final adoption, no exceptions. No out of State adoptions except of MD and DC. However, exceptions can apply under special circumstances. The adopter must agree to stay in close contact with BPRS for the next 180 days after adoption to make sure that the adopted dog is adjusting well. This includes additional home visits if we deem necessary to help with adjustment issues. We want to make sure that the adoption is a success for both, adopter and dog. BPRS is there with you all the way. Our adoption fees are: · $150 for dogs directly out of a shelter · $200 for dogs 6 months and older · $350 for puppies 0 months to 6 months · $150 for senior (age of 7 and up) or special needs dogs, but may have a reduced or waved adoption fee based on special circumstances. We are a Not for Profit organization. Every cent of the adoption fee literally goes to help the dogs, the majority goes towards medical expenses. All of our dogs are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated and on heartworm/flea and tick preventatives: no exceptions. If you are unable to keep your adopted dog for any reason he/she MUST be returned to BPRS. A ll applicants are required to submit an online application to be considered for one of our animals. All information is kept strictly confidential.

More about this rescue

​Bobbie's Pit Bull Rescue and Sanctuary is a registered non-profit, all volunteer organization working to rescue, protect and improve the lives of abused, abandoned and homeless Pit Bull Type Dogs, to rehabilitate and finally find suitable homes so they can live long and happy lives. Our rescue is funded by donations only. Our goal is to bring awareness to the public through targeted education and community outreach activities in the VA, DC and MD areas and act as a resource to our community. We are promoting responsible pet ownership and are offering help to low income families or homeless individuals by providing assistance with medical care, spay and neuter, vaccination/preventatives and housing and nutrition.