It's #PitBullWeek here at HuffPost, a time to celebrate the often overlooked and under-appreciated pups that many have come to know and love.
While many shelter pets are in need of a loving forever home (if you're looking for a new companion, check out these adoption sites, or head to your local shelter), not all of us are in a place to adopt just yet. So, if you don't have your own pit bull handy to cover you in kisses, we've compiled a list of some of the best pibble-related Instagram accounts out there to help you get your fix.
HuffPost Green is launching a week-long, community-driven effort to bust the myths and raise awareness about pit bulls, a maligned "breed" that often bears the brunt of dated, discriminatory legislation that can make it near impossible for these dogs to find a forever home. You can follow along with HuffPost Pit Bull Week here, or on Facebook and Twitter where we'll be using the hashtag #PitBullWeek.
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