"What a good doggie you are, you always let us know when you need to go out!"" This is just one of the reasons busy people should consider adopting a pet from their local shelters instead of buying from pet stores. It takes a long time- with a lot of patience and consistency- to get … Continue reading Save a Life, Adopt a Dog
October 28 is Pit Bull Awareness Day* • Pit Bull Love is Every Day! 😉 This is not the first year I post about pitties [read an older post about the breed here]. It is however the first year I’m doing a post about them being a proud owner of one. Most of you already […] … Continue reading Meet the Pit, First.
According to the American Temperament Test Society, Pitbulls rank among the top breeds, but they're still facing bans in the United States, and around the world. Even in areas where there's no ban, most are euthanized before even being provided the chance to be adopted. If you love a Pit, please share this video to … Continue reading Do You Love a Pitbull?
If you've never seen Susie's Hope, it's a must-watch. The movie is based on a true story, and there aren't any details left out! Watch as you meet Donna, someone who was once against Pitbulls due an attack, now advocate for the Pit since rescuing a severely abused Pit, Susie. You may have heard of … Continue reading Susie’s Hope: The Full Movie
Did you know October is Pit Bull Awareness month? National Pit Bull Awareness month was 'coined' in 2007 to raise awareness for the breed. Some people, when they think of the Pit, think of the most adorable, cuddly doggies. Others immediately think about what they see on the media. The media focuses on this breed … Continue reading October: Pit Bull Awareness Month
NOTE: The following article was taken from http://www.AmberLDrake.org. To view the original content, please visit Amber L. Drake's website. Breed Profile: Pit Bull Terrier Dogs group 30 to 90 pounds Average life span of 12 years The Pit is known to be an extremely affectionate and loyal breed. The Pit is not a naturally aggressive … Continue reading Only 1 in 600 Pits Find a Home