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Vindicated Pit Bull Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
American Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
18141872-22-0018

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

My story

Diamond is a petite, snuggly girl who loves nothing more to be with her people. She loves soft blankets and being indoors. She walks fairly well on a leash with a harness and is not distracted by birds or squirrels. She's learning some basic obedience, and seems to have good house manners so far. She's tolerant of handling, whether it's getting wiped down after being outside or being examined at the vet. She likes car rides a lot. Though she's a moderate/low energy girl, her foster mom thinks she'd like a yard to run around in. She doesn't currently have that in her foster home, but she seems like she'd like to be let off leash when she's outside.

Based on the few on-leash interactions we've seen, she would most likely prefer to be the only pupper in her home. Does Diamond sound like the dog for you?

You can follow her on IG at @fostering_for_foreverhomes .

 



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July 4, 2022, 7:36 am

Diamond is a petite, snuggly girl who loves nothing more to be with her people. She loves soft blankets and being indoors. She walks fairly well on a leash with a harness and is not distracted by birds or squirrels. She's learning some basic obedience, and seems to have good house manners so far. She's tolerant of handling, whether it's getting wiped down after being outside or being examined at the vet. She likes car rides a lot. Though she's a moderate/low energy girl, her foster mom thinks she'd like a yard to run around in. She doesn't currently have that in her foster home, but she seems like she'd like to be let off leash when she's outside.

Based on the few on-leash interactions we've seen, she would most likely prefer to be the only pupper in her home. Does Diamond sound like the dog for you?

You can follow her on IG at @fostering_for_foreverhomes .

 



Our data base requires us to give an animal a breed.  The breed given to the dog is our best estimate, and should not be used to predict future behavior.



July 4, 2022, 7:36 am
Rescue

Vindicated Pit Bull Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
18141872-22-0018
Contact
Phone
Address
alexandria, VA 22315
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Please check your local laws regarding any breed specific bans within your county before applying to adopt a Vindicated dog. We will not place a dog in a county where there is an active breed ban. Fill out our online application. You must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age to be eligible to adopt a dog from us. VPBR performs a background check as part of the adoption process. A volunteer will be in touch with you to speak about your application and also to answer any questions you might have regarding our adoption process. Please be advised that often times the dog you have requested to adopt may not be the right fit for you. We get to know you through the adoption process and will match you up with a dog in our program that we feel would be best suited for you based off of your lifestyle. We’re not going to lie- our adoption process is lengthy, so please be patient with us. We promise that we’re doing our best to match you up with the best dog so you can get the dog you are expecting. You will be expected (read: required) to provide some level of professional training for your new family member. Pit Bulls have a high desire to please and typically excel with all stages of training, from beginner through advanced. All VPBR dogs have been fully vetted (DA2PPV, Rabies, and Bordetella vaccines, Heartworm test, Heartworm preventative, Flea/tick preventative, fecal, and any other medical attention needed when pulled into our program) and will be kept current on all vaccines/preventatives while in our care. It will be the adopters responsibility to provide vaccines/preventatives once they are approved for adoption. VPBR does not discriminate based off of sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, or skin color. We reserve the right to refuse adoption based off of our application process and assessment. Adoption fees: Puppies under 6 months - $375 Puppies 6-12 months - $325 Dogs 1-6 years - $275 Dogs 6+ - $200 We will offer a two week in home trial before an adoption is finalized. This is because often times it takes about two weeks for a dog to settle into their new environment. We want to make sure that you are comfortable with the dog you have chosen to adopt. Our ultimate goal is to make both adopter and dog happy, and we don’t want you to feel “stuck” with a dog that you realize is not the right one for you. You will be asked to sign our adoption contract and VPBR will collect the adoption fee at the beginning of the two week trial. We will continue taking applications on a dog that is in a trial adoption. However, we will not remove a dog from a trial adoption and the new application will simply serve as a “back up”. If at the end of the two week trial you wish to adopt the dog, just let us know and we will then deposit your adoption donation and register your pets microchip. If you decide after two weeks that this is not the dog for you, we will reclaim the dog and assume care for the dog. We do not offer any refunds on adoption fees.
Please check your local laws regarding any breed specific bans within your county before applying to adopt a Vindicated dog. We will not place a dog in a county where there is an active breed ban. Fill out our online application. You must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age to be eligible to adopt a dog from us. VPBR performs a background check as part of the adoption process. A volunteer will be in touch with you to speak about your application and also to answer any questions you might have regarding our adoption process. Please be advised that often times the dog you have requested to adopt may not be the right fit for you. We get to know you through the adoption process and will match you up with a dog in our program that we feel would be best suited for you based off of your lifestyle. We’re not going to lie- our adoption process is lengthy, so please be patient with us. We promise that we’re doing our best to match you up with the best dog so you can get the dog you are expecting. You will be expected (read: required) to provide some level of professional training for your new family member. Pit Bulls have a high desire to please and typically excel with all stages of training, from beginner through advanced. All VPBR dogs have been fully vetted (DA2PPV, Rabies, and Bordetella vaccines, Heartworm test, Heartworm preventative, Flea/tick preventative, fecal, and any other medical attention needed when pulled into our program) and will be kept current on all vaccines/preventatives while in our care. It will be the adopters responsibility to provide vaccines/preventatives once they are approved for adoption. VPBR does not discriminate based off of sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, or skin color. We reserve the right to refuse adoption based off of our application process and assessment. Adoption fees: Puppies under 6 months - $375 Puppies 6-12 months - $325 Dogs 1-6 years - $275 Dogs 6+ - $200 We will offer a two week in home trial before an adoption is finalized. This is because often times it takes about two weeks for a dog to settle into their new environment. We want to make sure that you are comfortable with the dog you have chosen to adopt. Our ultimate goal is to make both adopter and dog happy, and we don’t want you to feel “stuck” with a dog that you realize is not the right one for you. You will be asked to sign our adoption contract and VPBR will collect the adoption fee at the beginning of the two week trial. We will continue taking applications on a dog that is in a trial adoption. However, we will not remove a dog from a trial adoption and the new application will simply serve as a “back up”. If at the end of the two week trial you wish to adopt the dog, just let us know and we will then deposit your adoption donation and register your pets microchip. If you decide after two weeks that this is not the dog for you, we will reclaim the dog and assume care for the dog. We do not offer any refunds on adoption fees.

Go meet their pets

You can check our events calendar on our website, www.vindicatedrescue.org, or you can email us at info@vindicatedrescue.org to set up an appointment to meet with a dog that you are interested in.
You can check our events calendar on our website, www.vindicatedrescue.org, or you can email us at info@vindicatedrescue.org to set up an appointment to meet with a dog that you are interested in.

More about this rescue

The Vindicated Vision is to restore the reputation of the misunderstood Pit Bull. We rescue and rehome Pit Bull type dogs with responsible, educated owners. We also promote responsible breed ownership through education and training. We encourage every approved adopter to set their training standards high by having our own Canine Good Citizen and Therapy certified dogs as examples to show the potential and how wonderful Pit Bull type dogs can be.
The Vindicated Vision is to restore the reputation of the misunderstood Pit Bull. We rescue and rehome Pit Bull type dogs with responsible, educated owners. We also promote responsible breed ownership through education and training. We encourage every approved adopter to set their training standards high by having our own Canine Good Citizen and Therapy certified dogs as examples to show the potential and how wonderful Pit Bull type dogs can be.