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  1. April 18, 2015 at 4:49 pm — Reply

    I am a dog rescuer in Boulder, Colorado and a positive dog trainer in training! Here we have quite a few pitbull advocates who all believe pitties need dominance training. If there is ever any way you could try to educate folks that force and pressure is not needed on any dog, regardless of breed – I’d be grateful. It breaks my heart… they say there shouldn’t be breed discrimination and then they’re like “But pitties need strong handlers”… which one is it?

    • Petra
      January 13, 2016 at 7:24 am — Reply

      I am a strong believer in training dogs with * Love , Patiends and a whole lot of Praise. *

      Pit Bulls make the mosty loyals family dogs that you can imagine, but any dog that is treated well and kind who knows his / her bourndries makes a fantastic pet.

      • Sherri hinton
        April 19, 2017 at 7:37 pm — Reply

        I agree completely. Our dog was used as a bait dog and he loved anything and everyone when we got him. Because we showed him love.

  2. August 2, 2015 at 5:52 am — Reply

    Shalom Sarah and Lola
    I sent you a message via Facebook.

  3. Sande Wilkie
    August 30, 2015 at 9:59 am — Reply

    Does the powdered goat milk give them diarrhea like regular milk?



  4. Belle
    October 31, 2015 at 1:13 pm — Reply

    Shalom and hello. I am new to this site. I adore pities. My newest adoptee (straight from the pound) has enough pit that my insurance might not have liked it but my vet overlooked it as he was sympathetic to her emaciated, mangily plight. She is a beautiful girl now. I have one mostly beagle who is sensitive to wheat but the wheat-free recipes seem like they call for a lot of expensive ingredients . My health isn’t good and my bills are high. Are there lower cost grain free recipes for treats?

  5. Sherri L hinton
    April 19, 2017 at 6:29 am — Reply

    I’m a boxer/pit mix rescuer in Indiana. We rescued Sheldon 3 yrs ago at the age of 3 he was 35 lbs teeth filed down bites all over him . He was full of parasites . Animal control believes he was used as a bait dog . I fell in love with him the first time I saw him . I cried when I was him and I will cry when I put him down today. He is my little buddy. My best friend. ?SHELDON

    • Gussie
      April 25, 2017 at 11:05 am — Reply

      Sheldon is only 6 years old. What is wrong with him that you have to or had to “put him down”? At least explain, so we know what’s going on with him.
      I, too lost my Sweetheart and Soul Lucky on July 29, 2016 at the age of 16. He passed away on his own terms and I’ve been Blessed to have had him in my life. Thank you so much Lucky for sharing your life and Love with me! I’ll forever be greatful and Blessed for you always! I also had to have my pitbull mix Jax euthanized due to bleeding tumors at the age of 14. He had a smile on his face when I took him to my vet. He was ready to go! Fly free my Sweetheart Angels and Sheldon Angel too!

  6. sandy
    May 10, 2017 at 9:26 pm — Reply

    I also belief that a vicious dog do not need to be bet so that it will understand. I have more reason to belief that because today I saw some one betting their dog becuase it bit some one. The way that they hit their dog was horrible that theyt made the dog run away crying I felt terrible so i went to go and find the dog I had no luck but i wil try tommorow

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