P.O. BOX 520043 Independence,
MO 64052
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Status: ADOPTED

Adoption Fee: $175.00

Current living situation:
MPR Mini-shelter
FOSTER HOME NEEDED!

CONQUEST HAS A SPONSOR
Chad Akerman: Guardian Angel
Brandi Lute: Well Wisher

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  • All dogs are vaccinated and on heartworm prevention according to age

  • Adoption fee is minimum $125.00 to cover cost of spay/neuter and shots.

  • APPLICATION, homecheck and references are required.

  • Missouri Pit Bull Rescue is licensed with the state of Missouri
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    MPR IS A 501C3 NON-PROFIT ORG. ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE

    MPR
    P.O. BOX 520043
    Independence, MO 64052

     

     


     

     

     

    CONQUEST

       To gain the victory; to overcome; to prevail...

     

    ID Number: #19082

    Breed: Pit Bull /AmStaff

    Sex: Male (Neutered)

    Age: 1 to 2 years old

    Weight: Underweight

    Color: Blue & White

    Good with dogs: N/A

    Good with cats: N/A

    Nicknames:

     

    Sweetheart!

    MPR was contacted by another rescue group about yet another pit that was dumped in Swope Park. Of course, we had to step in to help this poor boy. So there we went again, in Swope Park in the middle of winter, in the freezing cold.... Sure enough, there was "Conquest", freezing and starving, covered in wounds....

    He literally threw himself in the arms of our volunteer who was soon in tears at the sight of this pathetic little dog, covering her with kisses......

    Conquest was immediately taken to the vet for a health evaluation and much needed medical care.

    Let Conquest conquer your heart....

    What-a-face

    Conquest is now safe and receiving the care he so desperately needs. MPR will give him love, good food, a warm and comfy bed and show him that not all people are monsters...

    Love-a-bull | Standing | Precious | A brighter future ahead

    We will post more info as we get to know him better.

    Treats? | Full of hope | Good boy

     

    CONQUEST is heartworm positive...!!

    Please help give Conquest a healthy heart. He has so much love to give.

    Conquest tested as a "strong" positive for heartworm disease. MPR needs all the help we can get for his treatment. It will cost about about $250.00 to treat. Conquest should be out of the woods 6 weeks after the treatment. Once again, MPR is asking for assistance so we can help this precious boy.

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    MPR
    P.O. BOX 520043
    Independence, MO 64052
     

    MPR IS A 501C3 NON-PROFIT ORG. ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

    We know we ask a lot and often.... We wish we could go at least a month without begging... But those sad cases just keep coming... One after another one... Endlessly.... We can't do it without your help....

    A special thank you to Tammy Martin for her generous donation towards Conquest's Heartworm treatment.

     

    HELP MPR STOP DOGFIGHTING IN KANSAS CITY!

    Conquest's plight has provided MPR with the perfect opportunity to bring awareness once again to the unfortunate plight of dog dumping and the cruelty of dogfighting. Unfortunately, dog fighting is very common in Kansas City and in the suburbs. To deny this fact is negligent - All it takes is one trip to animal control on any given day to prove this sad reality. Dog fighting is in your own backyard...

    Please help MPR by learning more about what you can do to prevent this serious form of animal cruelty and abuse: HSUS Taking Action To Stop Dogfighting

    Please help! If you witness a dog being "dumped" in Swope Park or any area of KC or you suspect dogfighting in your own neighborhood, alert local law enforcement.

    How to Spot Signs of Dogfighting in Your Community

    * An unusual number of pit bulls being kept in one location, especially multiple intact dogs who are chained and seem unsocialized.

    * Dogs with scars on their faces, front legs, and stifle area (hind end and thighs)

    * Dogfighting training equipment such as treadmills used to build dogs' endurance, "break sticks" used to pry apart the jaws of dogs locked in battle, tires or "springpoles" (usually a large spring with rope attached to either end) hanging from tree limbs, or unusual foot traffic coming and going from a location at odd hours. HSUS

     

     

    Give me a home please | Pretty please.... On-Line Application

     

       
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