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Do you think my craigslist post to find my foster pit pup an adopter will draw in the wrong crowd?

I've fostered my 2 month old pit pup for almost 3 weeks and am a total advocate for her. I, of course, want to make sure she goes to a loving home. Is CL the wrong way to go in getting the word out about her?

She's spayed, but I wouldn't want her to get adopted by someone that's just going to raise her to fight! What are the chances?

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You can put the stipulation that you want to make a home visit before adopting her. It may take a little longer for someone to find her, but it would be safer for her. You could schedule a play date with the potential adopter in a public place, and if all goes well, you can make a visit to inspect the house. I would suggest you bring a friend along.

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Even though I'm fostering her through animal welfare, I can request this? Guess it couldn't hurt to ask?
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It wouldn't hurt. There's not a problem from Craigslist, but the organization may have their own "methods."
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It might draw the wrong crowd but it is not wrong to put her on CL but if you want find another way to find someone to adopt her then go to http://www.pbrc.net and i think you can list her for adoption. Hope this helped!

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It might be a bait dog right now Most people use puppies because they can't start fighting right now And they don't like taking care of them so they don't like to raise them until they're an adult

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