we have a bunch of great, new pit bulls in need of homes at the liberty animal shelter. some of them have been through a lot already.
this is easy and hopper. they're young males who were confiscated from some local kids using them and a few other dogs as bait to "train" their pits. they both have quite a bit of tissue damage and easy came in with a huge abcess on his neck that's now gone down. despite they're horrible treatment, they're nothing but a kissy wiggle butts (even with other dogs). truly good tempermented pitties.
this is trixter, a young female. she's been at the shelter for a little over a week now. she's a very affectionate, low key girl. she has a good solid temperment, but doesn't attract any interest because she's so quiet.
this is pilgrim and she just came to the shelter today. she's an adult female who has a petite frame, but is very solidly built. she's not overly friendly immediately, but within five minutes tries to kiss anyone she meets on the mouth. she's very cute, you can't really see in the picture, but half her face is black and the other white. the black side has a brown eye, while the white side has a blue one.
this is bondage, our pit mix in foster right now. she was just spayed and is one of the most laid back dogs i've ever met. all she wants to do is sit on the couch and watch tv. right now, she's sharing a home with another dog whom she gets along with fabulously.
this is bram. she's been at the shelter with her sister stoker (who's picture i can't find right now, she's a red brindle rednose) for about two weeks. they absolutely adore eachother and have zero dog aggression. they happily eat from the same bowl and play tug with eachother (they get along well with other dogs too). stoker is so mellow, all she does is sleep and get up to give you kisses now and again. if you want a dog to simply hang out with you, this is the dog. bram is not extremely high energy either, but she is known for doing zoomies around my tiny tiny office. both bond very easily and are extremely affectionate. stoker cannot go into a home with cats.
Why buy from a breeder when there are plenty of homeless pups in shelters???
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