Adult Male Pit Bull Terrier

Pending adoption 6/8*** Hi there. My name is Ringo. I am a 5.5 year old visually impaired male pit bull who found myself all alone on the streets. Home at Last saved me from an uncertain future at the shelter and now I am living like a king in my foster home! My foster mom says I am a devastatingly handsome boy who has quite the personality…a bit of a class clown at times! I am a big strong boy at 86 lbs. I may look big and intimidating, but I am a big softy! I am very playful and get along nicely with other dogs and children…although I can be a bit large and rough for the smaller variety of both. I live with 2 large dogs, and can play very rough at times. But we recently had a new smaller dog move in with us and guess what? My new best friend and playmate is my new 35 lb foster sister! I do love to play with other dogs and chew my bones, and I equally enjoy climbing in my favorite chair for a nap too! Just check out my video on Petfinder at: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/34750246. I am housebroken and crate trained. I have also graduated from obedience school and earned my AKC Canine Good Citizen Certification. My foster mom says I have come a long way! And about that whole visually impaired thing…don’t let it fool you into thinking it holds me back! I don’t miss a beat. I learn the lay of the land fairly quickly and I am a happy boy who enjoys a nice romp in the yard, a good chew bone, and a nap in a comfy chair or dog bed! If I sound like someone you could hang out with, complete an application so we can meet. Hope to meet you soon!

Ever think about fostering a dog in need? Home At Last Dog Rescue needs fosters! We need volunteers to foster dogs in their homes until permanent homes are found. HAL provides vet care, food, toys. crates, etc. for the dog you are caring for. You provide love, and compassion. If you can’t foster but can help watch a dog overnight here and there, help with transports or events, HAL needs volunteers too! Just email homeatlastdogrescue@yahoo.com for more information on how you can make a difference in a homeless pets life!