pitbullmamaliz wrote:Forgot to add - only bad part of the day was that a kid got attacked by a shepherd mix. Not sure of the details, but it sounds like the dog had a rawhide and the kid came running up. Guess the kid had to be rushed to the hospital and the dog was taken IMMEDIATELY to the shelter and put down. Sad that it happened. I'm waiting to see if it's going to be in the news.
And if anyone cares, here's the link to the rescue: http://www.rescueabull.org/
mnp13 wrote:A question about the Pit Bull though, did he want her for protection like a guard dog or protection like PP training?
We are a no-kill rescue and so the dogs that are entered into our foster care system and not found "forever" homes, live out their days in the loving homes of our volunteers.
Maryellen wrote:that is great!!! that poor child..
in reading about the rescue, i noticed they printed:We are a no-kill rescue and so the dogs that are entered into our foster care system and not found "forever" homes, live out their days in the loving homes of our volunteers.
Sue wrote:I feel badly for the child, but I also feel badly for the dog that was put in that situation and had to pay with it's life for the rescues mistake and the parents mistake.
pitbullmamaliz wrote:I know that she does temperament tests, and actually only has a handful of foster homes right now. She's desperately looking for more
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