10 Signs You Shouldn’t Adopt a Pit Bull
1. You don’t like cuddling.
I grew up with shelties who didn’t even like sleeping on dog beds – they preferred the hard, cold floor. Umm, let’s just say these pibbles know what’s what when it comes to comfort.
2. You want to carry your dog around in your purse.
Not happening unless your purse = duffle bag and you = superman.
3. You think dog clothes are lame.
Let’s face it, unless you live in San Diego and never stray, your pit bull may need a coat. Maybe even boots and a hat, possibly a scarf if you live within 500 miles of me.
4. Your nose is stuck so high in the air (or somewhere else) and you think pit bulls are “mean” and “vicious”.
A certain meme comes to mind…
5. You don’t like proving people wrong.
I mean…you don’t? Really? Where are you from?
6. You only buy from a breeder (and they must be pure bred).
In which you would not be adopting and saving an innocent life. I’ve also had friends tell me that before they knew better, they always thought there was ‘something wrong’ with the dogs available for adoption through rescues and shelters. Hmmm….see #10.
7. You can resist faces like this…
8. You want a hunting dog.
I take that back. Lola would love to go squirrel hunting with you. And others have been trained to hunt.
9. You can resist butts like this…
That’s Lola’s boyfur-iend, yes, I said it. His name is Tater Tot, he is doing some awesome things in this world over here.
(That’s another Tator Tot, he’s really good at saving lives and stuff like that.)
1o. You judge based off of the negative things you’ve heard in the media and elsewhere vs. judging an animal as an individual. You aren’t willing to accept the most loving dogs I have ever met, which are all of the pit bulls you have seen in this post.
On a different note, you can also check out my recipe for Homemade Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats.