To adopt a pit bull puppy, locate a shelter or rescue organization that houses the puppy you want to adopt. Take the steps outlined by the organization to apply for adoption and wait for approval. Sometimes there is a fee associated with the adoption of puppies from shelters.
To locate a shelter or rescue organization to adopt from, use the Internet to browse websites or check local telephone listings for other contact information. Shelter websites often provide search tools to allow users to locate and view pictures and other information associated with the available pit bull puppies. The tools are often free to use, and the ads and pictures are free to view.
The adoption process varies from shelter to shelter. However, the adoption process is usually provided in detail on the specific shelter's website. Questions and concerns may often be addressed and answered through email and by speaking to someone at the shelter by phone or in person.
When all questions and concerns are addressed, take the necessary steps to place an application. Once the application is placed and approved, the puppy is free to begin life in its new home. Fees are often required in order to help the shelter provide the services it provides.