pit bull adoption

A new study suggests we're condemning shelter dogs just by labeling them.
I remember the day I was approved to foster him. He was in Columbus, I was in Cleveland, and at that point he should have already been euthanized. A quick walk down an empty hallway could have been his fate, but thankfully the shelter held out one more day.
What you don't realize when you adopt your first pit bull are all of the things that come as part of that package deal. Sure, you've got your normal puppy things, i.e. house breaking, training, the occasional potty accident to clean, etc. You also get a fair amount of ignorance, and hate.
The greatest lessons I have learned about life, I have been taught by fosters. Each and every dog that has shared my home has shared a message with me. So climb aboard the crazy ride we call pit bull rescue. The life you save first will be your own.
You can see why Sadler was so taken, and why Auerbach immediately said yes, in this video of the dogs romping around together
And with that, he became one of the family -- and they became champions of dogs like him. "The rest was history," she says
You may be aware of a dog named Hulk, who, at some 175 pounds, has been billed as the world's largest pit bull. Each and
You look gorgeous, Diamond! Photo credit: Melinda McGuire Maybe even, if they are lucky enough -- and have the right kinds
But Brenda and Phil Johnson are among those people who see gems in these often overlooked animals. And how the Springfield
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HuffPost went to the people who understand this misunderstood breed the best -- adoption leaders. We spoke with small boutique
We are always looking for stories about animals -- get in touch at arin.greenwood@huffingtonpost.com What we do know for
Here's one photo from that post that is especially squee-y, of a dog named Mocha: "Even people who tend to love all dogs
While pit bulls may not have really been called "nanny dogs" in times gone by, families have trusted the breed to watch over
Marley's Mutts described Trooper's wounds on their Facebook page: Tanner's adoptive family lives in Wisconsin but will be