has been adopted!

“Bourbon is the runt of the litter, currently less than 2lbs, Bourbon is an adorable brindle and white pup, he LOVES attention!”

Introducing the “Wine & Spirits Litters”, for the first time we have taken in 2 litters at the same time, the older pups are currently 7 weeks old, 2 males, 4 females: Whiskey, Bourbon, Gin, Tiquila, Champange and Brandy. The younger pups are newborn, less than 1 week old there are 2 males, 2 females: Zin, Noir, Syrah and Shiraz.

The “Spirits” pups will be quarantined until the 5th, spay/neuter surgery is scheduled for the 27th, if all goes well they will be ready to go to their new homes the following week. Included in the $100 adoption fee is spay/neuter surgery (with tattoo for the girls), 2 sets of shots, 2 sets of wormer, 1 dose heart worm prevention, and microchip. To hold a certain puppy a $50 deposit is required (then only $50 due at the time of the adoption), this deposit is non-refundable except in the event is that something goes wrong with the puppy. To fill out an application for a puppy CLICK HERE TO APPLY :)


All of our pups WILL BE SPAYED/NEUTERED BEFORE GOING TO THEIR NEW HOMES! Please do not ask for a puppy that is not fixed, we are a rescue, if you contact us about one of these puppies asking if you can have it without it being fixed we WILL send you graphic pictures of euthanized pit bulls!

In 2009 almost 1 MILLION pit bulls were killed in USA shelters, these dogs were not killed by Pit Pull “haters” they were killed by Pit Bull “Lovers” who bred their dogs, on purpose or on accident, for money or for fun, either way, these people are responsible for these deaths! Every single dog that died was brought into this world because of a human being simply not caring.

It isn’t out of your hands once you sell a puppy, that puppy could be fought, could be abused, could be used in animal research or could just go on to produce thousands of more dogs and offspring to be euthanized or suffer any of these fates, their pain and death is on YOUR hands. Please consider spaying and neutering your dogs