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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by chickenwings, May 31, 2012.
Wow you guys have some real nice pitties.
Just found some pictures of my girl Sprockette in her last year. She was my girl.
Mastitis... Was NOT her friend. It didn't help us trying to save her that last year.
She always had a youthful look about her. Even in the last few months you couldn't see her age.
Looking at all the bully's everyone has posted has brought me to tears...I so miss my sweet Rowdy licking my face awake as if saying "Morning Mom, what we doin' today?" Beautiful dogs in body and spirit..
Well there's shelters around here that are begging people to take bully breeds.
There was an adoptathon or some such where adult fully veted dogs/cats (any breed) were $20 and anyone on death row was less... the puppies and kittens were $40 As I recall.
I'd love to rescue a bully from a shelter, but the ones near me don't adopt out "Pit Bulls"
Most shelters dont adopt out pitbulls or any type of bullies. Outrageous
Human Society Jacksonville and Pit Sisters both adopt them out.
JUNE ADOPTION SPECIALS & EVENTS
Fifteen Dollar Feline Fridays is back!! That's right, every Friday in June all cats and kittens age 3 months to 3 years can be adopted for only $15!! This special is on Fridays only so don't miss the purr-fect opportunity to add a fabulous feline to your family!
(additonal fees may apply)
And don't forget.....
At JHS age Three is FREE!! All pets age three or older can be adopted for FREE! Call or come in for more details.
(additional fees may apply)
Looking for the perfect pet? Meet some furry friends from the Jacksonville Humane Society at the Petsmart Southside location the 2nd Saturday of every month from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. or visit us at our shelter at 8464 Beach Blvd.
[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]On the Dogs page there are 3 Bull Terrier mixes listed.[/FONT]
They tried to adopt a law here that they would euthinize any bully breed that was brought into the animal control for any reason, no waiting period. Lots of people complained about it, and it didn't get voted in. There's a big fighting group in the next town and they like to abandon their dogs in our town.
that'll be BSL (breed specific legislation)... a lot of opposition on it, but most places just go through with it...
Plenty of causes in facebook trying to reverse some of them.
Our Pit came from a shelter in Ontario where there is BSL and he was destined to die. The shelter vet shipped him to Alberta where most communities from Calgary and south are Pit-friendly. We fostered this boy and couldn't give him back.
If you are looking to adopt, try www.petfinder.org and you'll find what you are looking for and not too far away.