America’s babysitters

There is something seriously wrong with a country that once revered pit bulls and trusted them with their children. Pit bulls were nanny dogs. They were once a symbol of our strength and loyalty, and now our country says these same dogs are vicious, mean and dangerous and wants to ban them??? Something WRONG with this 2011 America… Seriously wrong.  Maybe America has become mean and cruel in the way it treats its animals now. America needs to Rediscover America’s DOGS and stop banning, abusing, and euthanizing them. For every pit bull dog (and other animals) that we hurt, we lose a little piece of our own soul.

For every animal abuser that gets off with a slap on the wrist, no jail time or a $500 fine and community service, such as the case with Schmiegel the dog, like Patrick, he was starved for three weeks without food nor water intentionally by his owner. That is the sentence his abuser received a $500 fine and 10 days of community service. There is something twisted, sick and just plain wrong with someone who would starve a dog almost to death and there is something wrong with a system that allows this person to get off with such a small consequence to her actions.  She was talking about getting another dog in five years. Seriously?

Remember When?

Spanky and Petey (Little Rascals)

and if you humans don’t start learning how to play nice, we pit bulls are gonna get you and lick you, says Cici….

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Filed under animal abuse, breed specific laws, end dog racism, Little Rascals, pit bull, polka dot discrimination, prejudice against dogs, Uncategorized

8 responses to “America’s babysitters

  1. I agree. Pit bulls are a best friend lost in the criminalization of brutal acts caused by crazy sadists. I love pit bulls 🙂 they are so loving and full of energy and life.

    • thx, just read your blog post though, disturbing. certainly a better solution could be for the dog rather than a cruel and inhumane shock collar. hurting animals is never the answer in my opinion. only teaches animals to fear their owners and other humans. disturbing on so many levels. I have an ignorant neighbor who hates/ is afraid of pit bulls and makes harassing ugly remarks to me whenever I see him. the other day he said he knew where I lived and would call the police. for what? walking my pit bull mix? not illegal, crazyness. I was upset but cupcakes/dog biscuits / diplomacy work / peaceful solutions that do not harm anyone… and if it doesn’t work, we shall see what to do next. maybe will have to call the police and file a harassment report against the neighbor… but hopefully not.

  2. Some of the nicest dogs I have met are pit bulls.

    People are more creepy that dogs some days.

  3. EmilyS

    I’m more optimistic. Even though the fight against BSL proposals is constant, and some small towns do institute it, MORE places are overturning it: Cleveland being the most recent example (Topeka last year and I believe Denver will have to fall due to the service dog suits). There are more “normal” people who own pit bulls, we have more facts on our side, more networking on strategies, etc. There are now bigger threats to dog ownership on the horizon, including the right to own purebreds, and the rights to engage in sports

  4. Beautiful pics – thanks for sharing. I’m stopping by on the blog hop today – drop by my blog: to watch an awesome video on how some dedicated people in North Carolina are changing their state.

    It’s not the dog – it’s the owner, don’t you agree?

  5. i also love pit-bulls dogs. they are so loving, caring, full of energy and life Thanks a lot for posting the awesome videos and pictures.

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