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Pit Bull in need in Buffalo, NY !

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by Anechka, Nov 22, 2013.

  1. Anechka

    Anechka Puppy

  2. Swolf

    Swolf Little Dog

    Have they considered trying to get her in with a rescue group where she has a better chance of getting the medical attention she needs, getting seen and potentially adopted, and screening checks in place for someone that wants to adopt her?
    A blog like site is unlike to get enough views to be of help (remember bully breeds are hard to get adopted too) and when the first thing I saw was "dio is a dick" well... very unprofessional and enough to have at least some people not bothering to look.

    There's also a lot of assuming in this post:
    How do they know she's purebred if they found her wondering the street?
    How do they know she's been abused since birth? Some people are stupid enough to breed family pets multiple times.
    How do they know she's been bred since birth? It's obvious she has been bred but they don't know when or how many times. Heck, she could have been born a stray that simply had no one to stop a male when she was in heat.
    Sure it's possible, but assuming and making up a back story for the dog isn't going to help ultimately.

    Then her medical issues...
    Has the tumor been checked? Is it cancerous?
    Is she bald from chewing, allergies, a skin condition, from the fleas, hot spots, mange... there's a million things that can cause bald patches and some of it can jump dog to dog
    Is she healthy enough to be adopted?

    There are thousands upon thousands of healthy bully breed dogs up for adoption right now, not to say she doesn't deserve a good home and love, but it is something to think about.
     

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