Monday, January 21, 2013

Pit Bull Adoption
The bad reputation they have may be unwarranted, but people tend to believe all the bad stories about the pit bull breed of dog. There has been much discussion of nature vs. nurture about these animals but the rumors that they are a mean breed that can attack or that they are born aggressive to be trained for fighting is now causing those looking to adopt a pet to look over the pit bulls. The Washington County/ Johnson City Animal Shelter has several pit bulls they would like to find loving homes for. Debbie Dobbs is the shelter director... If you think a pit bull dog could be a good fit for the family but your not sure there are several on-line resources to find out information on the breed and the shelter is always happy to answer questions. (CC)

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