…it’s amazing the rest of the family survived!
Top Ten Reasons “Vicious” Pit Bulls Can Not Be Trusted
- They will steal your spot on the couch while you are up getting popcorn.
- They will wag their tail with such exuberance and excitement when you return home that it knocks over everything on your coffee table.
- They will jump on your bed with muddy feet.
- They will excitedly welcome and lick visitors with an uncontrolled passion only they understand.
- They will cause children to smile (and most likely want to ride them around the house like a pony).
Rehoming AWESOME Baby
Female baby, 1 year old, and sweet as can be. Just found out we’re getting a dog, and have to rehome the baby because I am unable to devote the time to her that she deserves. She is adorable, loving, sweet and a major part of our family, but the time has come for us to part ways. We are looking for a family that is perfect, and we have no problem judging your worthiness based on arbitrary markers of success including: the type of car you drive, neighborhood where you live, money in your bank account, and what designer labels comprise your wardrobe. [Read more…]
Pitbull temperament has been the subject of much debate over the past few years in light of a lot of negative press on pitbull breed dogs. While the media would like to fear bomb you into believing that all pitbulls are unstable killers that can snap at any moment, nothing could be further from the truth. When bred properly, trained using positive reinforcement and in the hands of experienced owners, pitbulls have proven time and time again that they are well mannered, stable, friendly and loyal family companions. [Read more…]
BSL or Breed Specific Legislation is a threat to ALL dogs, not just Pit Bulls or other “dangerous breeds”. Basically, BSL looks at the breed of a certain dog instead of the behavior of one specific animal. An analogy for BSL in humans would be racial profiling, due to the fact that it does not look at the characteristics of the individual, instead generalizing them to be true for an entire breed or race. Think BSL doesn’t affect you because you only own labradors or golden retrievers? Wrong. If the knee-jerk reaction of BSL catches on in the way that many supporters of BSL hope it will, people will then see that once all of the Pit Bulls are gone, issues related to dog bites will still exist. The proponents of BSL will then move onto the next breed, and so on, until BSL does affect you. [Read more…]