Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 December 2009 10:51
Written by plp
Friday, 18 December 2009 12:10
I fostered my Pit when she wass 5 weeks old. I’ve ALWAYS had German Shepherd’s and assured everyone I’d never get attatched….She turned 2 years old in June lol!! I’ve been an advocate of training Large breed dogs. My oldest (17 years) was an alert dog in Wa. When the pup came here, being a Pit, she got my training course early and often lol! I’m a golfer, and my dog’d names are Bogey, Divot, and lil taylormade a.k.a Taytay! I’ve socialized her, take her to crowded places, dog parks, etc…
I am proud to say, Tay is welcome at all the establishments I go to. Bank, Walmart, Jamba Juice, etc. They’ve all met her as a baby, watched us walk by, T sits at all oncoming people-tail wagging. I’ll always love my Shepherd’s but the personality of a well owned Pit is the BEST! I’m so proud of her, I’ve kind’ve made it my mission to show her in public. Listen to the comments- good and bad- but one incident in particular was when we were outside my Mom’s store waiting and this big guy with his 3 kids, all under 7 years, came to me and thanked me for showing the public Pits are good dogs. Then he told his young kids “hey, this is a Pit bull, and if you’d like to pet her it’s ok. (that made my day!) Of course he also said, this is the only time you’ll get to pet one unless I know it’s a good dog, like this one.Anyway- As with all dogs, work is never done! The beauty of working breeds is they LOVE to keep working and training. I’m glad my friend sent this site to me. My name is Leslie, and I hope to be able to show you my tay- even got her tatooed on my back lol! It’s of her exactly, pink collar and all! “My Bully is NO Bully”- BEST REGARDS
I have 3 pits: Rillo, Layla, and Mya. they are the most intelligent, loving, caring, and compassionate companions. My fiance and I absolutely love the breed and we really wouldn’t be who we are today without the love from our dogs. They always know exactly what to do to pull us out of sadness or anger because i know that they sense that they are needed. I hope and pray that one day all of the negative attention toward pits will cease. It breaks my heart knowing how many people have pit bulls for the wrong reasons. I would love to adopt 20 more if I could, but unfortunately i don’t have the space! i love what you guys do as far as putting out a positive message on behalf of these amazing dogs. MAY GOD BLESS YOU!
My aunt has had pit bull for as long as i can remember. When my grandpa was really sick in the hospital, they let us bring in the pitbull as a therapy dog. i really believe that pitbulls are not the problem, bad owners are!!!
I have had six dogs in total since I was twenty one years old, four have passed, two from old age, two from cancer. I now have a 11 year yellow lab and seven months ago I found an abused Staffie running the streets. A bath, a trip to the vet and she is a wonderful little girl. I cannot beleive the love and compassion this girl shows my wife and I. There are no words to describe how much we love her. She has stolen out hearts and we are so greatful to have found her. I cant wait to get home at night because I know she will be there waiting to love me . She has changed my life. Now she goes everwhere I do. I let everyone give her hugs and kisses and she gives them right back. If only people would give these wonderful animals a chance there is no doubt in my mind every one would want to have a Staffie. We need to push our legislators to create strick laws with harse punishment for anynone who abuses animals and if they refuse we must keeep the pressure on unitl we acheive our goal.
I LOVE MY PITTIE ISABEL
We adopted a pit mix a couple of years ago. She was abandoned and starving when the local shelter received her. A local rescue organization saved her from the needle and nursed her back to health. When we adopted her she greeted us with the enthusiasm that only a pit bull can demonstrate. At first she was a little destructive but soon settled in and became one of the best dogs I have owned. Because she was abandoned she needed to learn some manners. She adapted well and was easily trained. A lovable animal that has made me a pit lover!
Hello! I have a 1 1/2 year old pit bull named Javian. He is the most amazing dog i have ever had. Every morning he waits and watches me get dress, and runs in his cage when he knows i’m ready to leave. Then everyday when i come home from work he gets out of his cage runs and gets a toy (if he cant find a toy he will bring a sock) and greets me with a wagging butt (not just tail) and a big smile. he listens so well, he loves everyone, and is afraid of his own shadow. one time i brought him to a park for a baseball game- and people were yelling at me to get my dangerous dog out of here (meanwhile he is sitting on a bench not even paying attention to anyone). i was so upset and so was Javian, when we left he could tell i was upset and he kept sighing and licking me. i love this breed- every pit i have met has been so sweet.
My pitbull Carlito has passed now 4months, my family and I are searching for a rednose male puppy. If you have one please email us at the email provided above.
where are u located?