“The Champions” documentary about pitbulls rescue from Michael Vick’s dog fighting ring and the people who saved them. Such an inspirational story.
I saw this and wanted to share because I know so many of you are dedicated to finding homes for dogs.
Take a look at the graphic, and then let’s have a discussion on what kinds of pitbull messages we should and shouldn’t be sharing. I’m curious to hear what you have to say.
I asked dog lovers to answer this question, “What do you love about your pitbull?” Here’s what they had to say!
The City of Stockton (Calif.) Animal Shelter is offering FREE pitbull adoptions until further notice.
So sad to hear that another one of the dogs rescued from Michael Vick’s dog-fighting compound in 2007 has died. Gracie, a black pitbull, died Monday, according to CNN.com.
Calling a dog a “bully” makes the dog sound mean, which is not exactly what you want people to think when you’re referring to dogs.
Are pitbull memes doing more harm than good? Let’s think twice about the kinds of messages we’re sharing.
Since pitbull-type dogs are unfairly targeted at times, I wanted to put together a list of ways all dog lovers can help pitbulls, regardless of what type of dogs they own.
Pawsitive Pitbulls: A collection of cute pitbulls hanging out with their bunny friends. You won’t hear about these pitbulls in the news, because they are just average dogs living as pets with average families – just like most pitbulls.