• Isaac March 15, 2010 at 8:24 am

    I, as well, use a pit-bull who may be the most supportive animal I've ever owned. Quickly, a new dog breed will can come along for your media to blast, as they have carried out rotties and dobies in past many years. Unfortunate that media sensationalism breeds so much inaccurate facts.

  • Porsche Zais March 28, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    In my new litter of pups, I noticed some sores on some of them. Upon closer examination, I found to my horror that they had become fly blown. One of the puppies had four large larve in one sore along the side of the belly. It appeared I could look inside the wound and see the ribs. I didn’t know at this point that it was a larve I was seeing . I was shocked! I squeezed the wound and a large larve began to emerge. It looked like a big zit and at that point I didn’t know what it was. I found four larve about 5/8 long. The pup held still for me and I doctered it with peroxide and neosporin. She turned out to be the biggest and strongest of the litter ,being the first one to get up the ramp to the cabin and the first one to get up on the bed inside. I will not soon forget how this pup looks at me and freezes for me to check her if any abnomality occurs. She is one of ten in this litter. They are all awesome pups and how they came to be,some would call “accidental”…I think the dogs know more than us humans think they do. Trust and patience is a good way to put it. As in the past, I think maybe ” Dog Power” is the wave of the future.

  • Jon Schacher February 4, 2016 at 8:49 am

    For the “Record ” I thought it was a child being mauled not my neighbors pooch ! The attack was blocked out of my sight ,until I was diving in mid air. Plus I had an amazing dog named “Bandit” who just happened to be a Pit bull who taught me in yrs of play fighting with him what to expect aND what too do. (For the most part )

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