SOME Pit! is an all-volunteer group dedicated to improving the lives of pit bulls in our community.
SOME Pit! works with Southern Maine residents, rescues, and animal shelters to reduce the
suffering of pit bulls through awareness events, humane education, breed ambassador programs,
private consultations, and training classes.
SOME Pit! believes that responsible dog ownership is one of the keys to changing the publicís
opinion about pit bulls. It is our wish that the public, through exposure to well behaved pit bull
ambassadors, will begin to see the truth about these amazing dogs.
SOME Pit! is working towards opening peopleís hearts and minds to pit bulls in our community in
the hope that the positive image of pit bulls will be restored and they will once again be treasured
Adopting a friend
All SOME Pit! dogs are evaluated for 2 weeks before being placed in a foster home or being adopted. During this time they live with Adam Ricci, cofounder and certified trainer or an experienced foster home. Each dog is tested in various situations and fully evaluated to help us best understand the right placement for each dog.
Applications can be received by contacting us via email: email@example.com
Upon review of application, SOME Pit! will set up a introductory date with all family members (including resident dogs) and a home check. Upon approval, dogs are placed foster-to-adopt for a period of time prior to full adoption. In that time, SOME Pit! encourages foster families to attend their free pit bull training classes and works closely with each dog to ensure a successful transition into their new home.
Come Visit Us!
SOME Pit! does not have a physical shelter and utilizes the generous support of foster homes to care for Pit Bulls in our care. Please visit our website: www.somepit.org to learn more about us.
Southern Maine Pit Bulls 13 Small Hardy Road