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Saturday, April 02, 2011

It's happening again, we are waking up to find stray animals intentionally dumped in our yard. I was leery of pit bulls until today, wow, what an incredibly sweet , loving and submissive dog! I wish we could keep him but we have no room and a territorial GSD, so I spent today writing and calling and begging for a place for him to get fostered...no luck thus far so he is in our tiny kennel with a dog house in the rain...and it's breaking my heart. Anyone want a FANTASTIC dog??
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  • FIREFLY1967
    Do you have facebook, if so go on "Bruised not Broken". You can post this dog and see if anyone would like to give him a good home. They are a good group that is helping with changing the way Pit Bulls are perceieved. I am a dog lover/owner, but do not own any Pits. However, with the the recent Pit issues we have in NJ, I can say I will def get one when the time is right. Good luck with finding him a home. He does look sweet!
    2632 days ago
    That's the work of angels, girl. As you know.
    I'm sure you already looked for tattoos and such.
    People suck sometimes, but thankfully not all people.
    2632 days ago
    OH! He looks quite the lovable sort!
    :( Poor buddy.
    You get people dumping animals often? Wow, that's pretty rude of them.
    2632 days ago
    My niece has owned a pit bul for quite a long time. Nice dog. It's the owners, not the dog that make problem dogs.

    2632 days ago
    Hope you find a caring person for him! Looks so cute, unfortunately I can't have a dog anymore where I live right now :(
    2633 days ago
    Best breed ever!!!
    2633 days ago
  • REDSHOES2011
    See if he has a chip in his neck, he may be stolen and the thiefs got cold feet..

    2633 days ago
    Aw you are so nice taking care of the stray. emoticon
    2633 days ago
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