Bonded Pairs

Please adopt a bonded pairs of dogs from NYBC. Bonded pairs have generally grown up together. While often siblings, non-siblings can bond as well. Please view our bonded pair pitbulls for adoption to find the perfect dogs for you!

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All of our Bonded Pairs pitbulls for adoption are shown below. You can also select another category of dogs to view. Find the perfect dog for you! Adopt a pitbull today from NY Bully Crew.

Goldie and Kurt

UNDERFED & OVERBRED! This is Goldie and Kurt. It is apparent that this couple has been acutely neglected for quite sometime. A concerned friend coerced the owner to give him the dogs because they were…

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Holly & Misha

Another pair of beauties found wandering the streets by officers at the 113th precinct. They are always happy and greet everyone they meet with a wagging tail and lots of kisses.

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Mama & Jace

These cuties were left tied up in Queens, NY, with their litter of puppies. They have come such a long way and are staff favorites. Once they warm up to new people, they are absolute…

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Pink and Floyd

Introducing PINK and FLOYD!  This gorgeous bonded pair was returned to us because their family member moved in with their small breed dog and they didn’t approve of the new member. So, instead of keeping separate,…

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Rocky & Adrian

These 2 beauties were found tied up in the Bronx by a police officer from the 45th precinct. They are both super friendly with all people and dogs.

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Snoop and Chantelle

Introducing SNOOP AND CHANTELLE! Rescued by NYPD officers, our bonded pair of meatballs, Snoop and Chantelle, would bring so much love and joy to any household! Dog friendly and they love people, come on down to…

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We strive to place our adoptable NYBC dogs in lovable homes. For bully pitbull adoption please complete our Adoption Application to get the process started. This application helps us to learn more about you, your home and your level of experience, if any, with dogs.