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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by gaited horse, Nov 17, 2009.
I do. Anyone else?
Quote:LOL Well I work in a jail and they have a program where they take some of the harder to adopt dogs or the dogs needing training and bring them to the jail to get socialized and some training bu the inmates. The inmates had a pit mix that just got adopted last week and now they have an American Bulldog does this count. Technically it sounds like it might LOL
No, but I used to know the redhead that runs the show. she used to be a TINY thing with an hourglass figure. now she looks like a pittbull herself. Poor thing. Looks like the past ten years or so have been really stressful on her. I feel sorry for her. She really REALLY cares about the dogs and just gives it her all and then a hundred percent more.
I'm guessing this is a new show on cable? I would absolutely watch it if I knew what time it was on! Sounds like a fabulous idea that will benefit both dogs and humans. I'm a sucker for a big, tough-looking pitbull who is really a marshmellow on the inside (as most of them are).
Quote:It's on friday nights on animal planet.
I dont like the idea of inmates having dogs..sorry. I dont trust them...
PLUS..they're in prision, why should they get to play with puppies??...
I watch it and love it. I rescued 2 pits and they are the nicest lap dogs any one could ask for
I got an American Bull dog they can have. Just kidding. He doesn't need retraining, just a decent home. Not with exconvicts. I don't have cable so I can't see the program.
Quote:Where's weldon, IL? Want another American Bull Dog he is a sweetie, I just don't have the facilities for him. My DS dropped him off, when his girlfriend decided they couldn't keep him anymore.
I watched it for the first time last night and thought it was a good show. Whats strange is that her husband is in jail for stolen motorcycle ( I dont know the whole details of it) and he got delayed again by the judge who was not able to handle that case.