The Happy Rescue

Picture 18 by jason redwood.

This is the type of story that gives hope.  “Ed” was abandoned at a shop that already had several pit bulls.  This is his owner’s story:

“I did my best to ignore “Ed” at first because the last thing I needed was a dog. One day I got to work early and there he was in the corner of a concrete room so cold he didn’t want to uncurl from his position. He was about 4.5 month old, collar had started digging into his neck and he was way under wait. I gave him some food and my jacket to worm up. After that he would not leave me alone. He would follow me around the shop. Every time I stopped walking he would sit or lay on my feet. I started taking him home on the weekends until my boss was talked into letting me keep him.
I got him all his shot and fixed and started educating myself about the specific breed. We did dog classes and I continue to train him on a daily basis. He is one of the smartest dogs I have ever met but his enthusiasm and energy level creates a bit of A.D.D. for him. Also he is the highest energy level dog I have met. He is great and i would not have changed anything about adopting him if I could.
Well actually 3 weeks ago he swallowed an entire tennis ball that cost $3000 dollars to get removed. I would have changed that.”


About beautifulpitbulls
This blog is dedicated to the responsible and loving people who see beyond stigma and myth, and have thus enriched themselves with the purest of love from these so-called "dreaded pit bulls."

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