Why You Should Rescue a Great Pit Bull Terrier (like Sundae or Regina)

Pit Bulls (“Pits”) Make Great Pets

That’s the bottom line (IMHO).

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When time comes to welcome a new four-legged family member into your home, Pit Bull Terriers are among the most perfect of any dog you can find.

“Pit” guardians usually love, love, love their pups. They know that they are trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, generous, kind, obedient, cheerful, brave, clean, and reverent (and yes, they can be trained to help disabled and elderly people cross the street!).

There’s really only one question.  Why do some people knowingly overlook Pit Bull Terriers when it comes time to adopt a dog?

Rescue One Of These Great Pups Today

You deserve to have the pleasure of a pit companion. One of the many great things about them is that these fantastic pups come in all shapes and sizes.

What many of us call pits are actually several different breeds with many different characteristics.

No Bad Dogs

World-renowned dog trainer Barbara Woodhouse used to say, there are “no bad dogs”.  Just poorly trained dogs with bad guardians.

This applies especially to the most maligned of all dog “breeds”. However, like  any dog, if improperly raised, or mis-treated they can cause a (sometimes big) problem. Remember, these are terriers. With typical terrier tenacity.

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What we call Pit Bull terriers are really many different breeds of dog. Although the name refers to specific breeds, almost any dog of any breed that even vaguely resembles a “Pit” is called a Pit Bull.

You Can Find a Pit At On The Wings Of Angels Rescue

A few days ago I returned from Odessa Florida. Once again I had the honor of working with many great pups and people at this special sanctuary for temporarily homeless dogs.

Many of the greatest dogs down there would be classified as Pits. I had a chuckle when one of the wonderful caretakers tried convincing me that one of the sweet homeless pups was a “Bulldog not a Pit” so I wouldn’t pre-judge her.

It’s very difficult to find good homes for adult Pit Bulls. Heartbreakingly, some of these fantastic adult, mellow well-trained dogs have been in the kennel for years. You can help by giving one not them a forever home.

Adopt Me. Now. Please.

Although all of the pups in these pics are homeless, this week I am featuring Sundae and Regina. Happy, happy, happy is the best way to describe them (and most Pits).

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Sundae and Regina are both pretty easy going, They are people-oriented and will

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be fiercely loyal to their new owners.

These wonderful beings are eager to please and can be trained in many ways. From family companion to working therapy and service dogs. Good citizen training? No problem!

Join me in adopting a Pit today.

Dr. Jeff



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