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The Pit Bull-Type Dog

The Pit Bull-Type Dog

  • Sophia Sanchez

You have likely heard us refer to our pit bull friends as “pit bull-type” dogs, rather than just pit bulls.  But why?  And what exactly is the difference? Generally speaking, the term “pit bull” is an all-encompassing term - used by the media and within pop-culture references - that does not represent one particular breed, rather it lumps together a group of dog breeds (and mixes) that share similar physical...

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Our October Rescue Partner - Love-A-Bull

Our October Rescue Partner - Love-A-Bull

  • Sophia Sanchez

October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month, a cause that is very near and dear to our hearts.  Advocating for bully breeds and all dogs that fall under the “pit bull” umbrella is at the very core of our mission, so it seemed only fitting to partner with an organization who shares our passion for dispelling the prejudices that exist against these beautiful dogs.  For the entire month of October,...

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National Black Dog Day

National Black Dog Day

  • Sophia Sanchez

Happy October!  To kick off this fabulous month, we're celebrating our black canine pals.... ALL.  DAY.  LONG. Today is National Black Dog Day!  Yep... you read that right!  There is an entire day dedicated to celebrating black dogs!  The day exists to encourage people to adopt black dogs who are often left behind in shelters just because of the color of their fur. "Black Dog Syndrome" is a phenomenon that...

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Deaf Dogs Rock

Deaf Dogs Rock

  • Carolina Romero

Did you know there are an estimated 35,000 dogs in the United States that are bilaterally deaf?  In comparison to the overall population of dogs in this country, that figure doesn’t seem very large.  However, what makes this statistic particularly alarming is the notion [or stereotype] that deaf dogs are disabled and therefore a burden.  Because of this stereotype, deaf dogs are often seen as “untrainable” or “too much work.” ...

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