Sure... I live upstate NY, but was born in Brooklyn where the rest of my Fam is. I'm at out of work now do to a car accident a year and a half ago, I'm Epileptic and had a seizure driving to work one morning and drove my car into the side of a house, I had to be air lifted to westchester. Now I'm left with metal rods and a total 10 screws, hopefully that get taken out this may. I'm going to PT and the Gym 4 times a week, I had to learn to walk all over again. This really sux cuz my outa work play time is with dirtbikes and Sking. I was an automotive painter, b4 the crash. And airbrush for a hobby and for what ever friends want painted. But 3mo's out of the hospital my dog (Busta) passed away(a 12 year old ridge back)...
one year after he passed my girlfriend bought me a Pup (Molly Budz) B4 I got her, I bought every Patricia B. McConnell book there is, my fav is "the puppy primer" and a few others like "pit Bulls for dummies" and a Pat miller "positive dog training". Really trying to take it to the next level, my last dog(busts) was a great dog, but would look to run out the door every chance he got. That's why I had Molly off the leash since day one. My friend with 1700akers had a pit bull that just passed away, that was never on a leash. I'm really said she just passed away from vet mistakes, ate the age of 6years old
... She was mollys teacher/setp mother. I could tell Molly would act better after spending a full day with her. I'm just happy Molly got to spend her 7mo's with her. I'm sure No one on here wants me to walk her off the leash, but I'm taking every percussion to do this right! It's hard for me to tell you how good she's is off the leash, with out you seeing it for yourself. She always has her leash on, in case a car or someone walking/bike riding comes by, then ill have her sit, and Pic up her leash and Keep sitting till they go by. She's a great physical therapy dog, and a great friend. I'm feeding her Eagle pack, and making sure that all her treats are good for her.and look forward to learning alot here.