Please keep quiet, this pup-pee-poo-pit needs enough sleep for his growth.
5. March 2014
Still remember the news way back in 2008 about a certain Bernann McKinney or Joyce McKinney, who shelled out $50,000 to clone her late pit bull named Booger?
Well, it was sure one of those unforgettable events that sparked interests among citizens, non-pet lovers and pet lovers alike.
Her reason behind the decision of her pit bull Booger being cloned would have been heart-warming and impressive, but the revelation of her real identity has dropped jaws among audiences as the same woman with an accusation of kidnapping and raping a Mormon man back in 1978.
Though the puppies are really cute, pit bull rescuers are annoyed and angry about this situation. There are no scientific proofs regarding the negative effects of cloned animals, but some experts claimed that they may be prone to diseases.
There has been no recent news about what happened to the grown cloned puppies, but this is a reminder to those who have not yet known the story, or those who are planning to have their amazing dogs or animals cloned, that no matter how brilliant a pet is, once it passes away, at least give it respect to retire and give chances to other pets with unexplored capabilities. With the crisis of overpopulation of pit bulls, at least giving them a chance and helping the problems in the society decline, is a very good eye opener and example for the new generation.
4. March 2014
A real animal lover doesn’t buy the breed, buying certain breeds is only for those who have a planned purpose in mind, like hunting, fishing, sledding.
Real animal lovers adopt, especially when a certain breed is overpopulated in a death row section.
Though this theory is not applicable to all dog breeders, but buying from pit bull breeders encourage them to make money out of these dogs. Most of them also sell pits for buyers with a sole plan of making these dogs become a fighter. The question is, why buy them when a lot of pits are in crucial need of a good home?
3. March 2014
Bernard Marsonek from Tampa, Florida was allegedly seen by his neighbor copulating with his pit bull in his back garden. Though the witness pleaded for him to stop, the man just ignored his neighbor’s request and so, was forced to call the police. Mr. Marsonek was arrested for aggravated animal cruelty, a single count of […]
28. February 2014
A woman on youtube posting a video titled “Do Dogs Have Brains?” have gone viral. Several video reposts can also be seen where “Dumbest Girl in the World” is added after the original title. The woman attempts to answer her own question and received a lot of insulting comments due to the annoying way she […]
27. February 2014
Oftentimes, pets are a reflection of their owners, but an article from Susan Kauffmann, interestingly points out what type a person is through their dogs. If you have gotten your pit from a shelter, then you are the type who’s compassionate and not afraid to take chances, or someone who doesn’t require emotions’ guidance in […]
26. February 2014
Calcium is an essential mineral, for humans and dogs alike. Chewing on bones is not the only source of calcium for your beloved pet, the next time you cook those omelettes in the morning, think twice before throwing out those useful eggshells. For sturdy canine bones and teeth, here’s a DIY egg powder to mix […]
25. February 2014
Dogs should be allowed to receive marijuana for treatments says veterinarian Dr. Doug Kramer. But, “That doesn’t mean dog owners should blow pot smoke in their beloved pets’ faces,” he added. Pets would receive it in a tincture or in food cooked in oil or butter made from cannabis. The concept is that dogs are […]
24. February 2014
Pit bulls are good assistants for the physically challenged individuals. This young man who lost both his legs is relying on this pittie in aiding him toward attending college while caring for his family. Still, like other pit owners, he has experienced discrimination because of his pit companion. The BSL (Breed Specific Legislation) has created […]
21. February 2014
This is Shaka and Billy Wells. Shaka is a police pit bull who became a member of the Milwaukee Police Department under Wells’ unit. She was nearly euthanized at a full New York shelter. She was then rescued by a pit bull advocate and immediately recognized her potential, until her new guardian contacted the K-9 […]