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 fe... More »

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Pit bull puppies are available for free adoption online from organizations such as Paws Companions, a rescue organization in Lynnwood, Washington. Local shelters, rescue groups and humane societies may also have pit bull... More »

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A blue nose pit bull is a pit bull whose nose and fur may range in color, from light gray to deep charcoal. This gray coloring is widely referred to as blue. More »

The most inexpensive way to acquire a pit bull puppy is to adopt from a local animal shelter, such as the Humane Society and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Typically, the cost of the general veteri... More »

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Anyone interested in adopting a dachshund puppy may adopt from a local animal shelter or from a rescue organization. Dedicated dachshund rescue groups are also a good option to adopt a puppy. More »

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To adopt a Maltese puppy, look through the American Kennel Club directory for a Maltese breeder, visit a Maltese rescue organization such as the American Maltese Rescue Group, or visit a local animal shelter. Sites such ... More »

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Although the specifics vary depending on the rescue organization or shelter, the most common criteria are a demonstrated ability to care for and afford the puppy. Rescues require adopters to be at least 18 years old and ... More »

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