Crops and Flops Rescue, Inc.

Who We AreCrops and Flops Rescue, Inc. is 501(c)(3) nonprofit boutique-style dog rescue focusing on quality matchmaking between pit bulls in need in need and loving forever homes. Our rescue is small and our focus is on making quality lifelong connections. We invest time in both our deserving dogs and potential adopters to make sure all feel supported every step of the way. Crops and Flops Rescue, Inc. operates as an all-volunteer, foster-home based rescue, which means we can focus every single penny towards supporting dogs in need. Discrimination is the pits and we are honored to be positive breed ambassadors to these magical, yet misunderstood beings. We truly believe in the power of community and second chances.Our MissionWe save Massachusetts-based homeless pit bull type dogs and place them into loving forever homes. We celebrate that every dog is an individual and pride ourselves on making lifelong matches to assist in elevating the reputation and public perception of pit bull type dogs in the communities we serve.

Westminster, MA,01473
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American Staffordshire Terrier | Suncook, NH





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Meet Jovie

Meet Jovie! This 1-year old soft and sleek house panther beauty came to us from local animal control after being found as a stray. Jovie has a childlike innocence and sweet personality and like any great pit bull, is able to Bluetooth pair with you on an emotional level. She is a people-person and oozes sweetness and love from her entire being, craving attention and insisting on being near her people at all times. She is happiest when someone is petting her, loves to give kisses, and crawls right up for a full-frontal hug. If you are looking for an EXTREMELY affectionate dog who LOVES to be as close as humanly possible and will gaze longingly into your eyes searching for more connection, then Jovie is your girl! Jovie is appropriately energetic and playful for her young age, hops like a rabbit with excitement, and runs like a baby donkey (which is charming, yet gawky, all at the same time!). This shady lady has the SOFTEST espresso coat and the personality to match, and wags and wiggles when she meets new people…her entire body shakes and her butt wiggles nonstop with excitement. Jovie loves her canine foster brother (but says “nope” to cats), has sooo many dog friends, and has an energetic playstyle. She is great in the car and calm in the house. Pint-sized humans make her nervous, so a home without the little littles is a must. This sleek and beautiful house panther just needs a forever family to give her the life she deserves! Jovie’s top 3 priorities: 1. A family who wants a dog that loves attention and is eager to freely give (and receive) love and affection. 2. A family willing to put time into continuing basic training since Jovie jumps up to seek affection and gets excited on walks. 3. A family who wants to be close to their pup and allows them to be near…always, which includes snuggling in bed and on the couch for a binge-watching session of, well, anything.

Adoption Process
Adoptions Crops and Flops Rescue, Inc. prides ourselves on spending extra time with our thorough adoption process to make sure our pups and their forever families are set up for a lifetime of happiness. Being a foster-home based rescue means we understand our dogs’ personalities in a home setting and what type of environment would set them up for success. We go the extra mile with our adoption process to understand our adopters’ households to make a match made in heaven. While we understand that looks can be important, we focus our efforts on finding a match based on household, lifestyle, and temperament for the best chance of a happily-ever-after. Our dog adoption specialists are invested in our adopters and are volunteering their time to help make a great forever match. Adoption Process Our adoption process consists of the following: • Complete an Application • Reference Checks: Both veterinary and personal references are required • Phone Interview: Typically lasts 20-30 minutes with one of our knowledgeable dog adoption specialists for us to understand our adopters household • Home Visit: Our home checks are conducted both virtually and in person, include verification of home ownership, and usually take around 30 minutes to complete • Dog Meet: Adopters will be guided to meeting a dog that would be a good match – all resident family members are required to be present • Next Steps: Subsequent steps are determined at initial dog meet, especially when you have a resident dog • Adoption: We ask our adopters to wait 24-hours before scheduling an adoption to make sure all family members are committed – if all agree, we schedule the adoption as soon as volunteer schedules will allow Adoption Donations All Crops and Flops Rescue, Inc. dogs come spayed/neutered, microchipped, up-to-date on rabies and distemper vaccines and monthly preventatives, have received fecal testing and 4DX testing for tick-borne illnesses, and are sent home with an extra 2 month supply of heartworm preventatives. Adoption donations are as follows: • Whippersnapper Puppies (up to 11 months) $500 • Adult House Hippos (1 year – 7 years) $400 • Senior Pitizens (8 years+) $300

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