Blog the change 2013

want to see more of this positive pit bull press…

Imagine if a pit bull and her/his guardian have their own reality show… maybe it would be too boring for reality TV… no fights, no drama, just lots of fun, loving kisses, goofy antics… am thinking of doing a piece about celebs and their pit bulls as well as every day folks and their pit bulls… a day in the life of an ordinary pit bull and their guardian… and the day in the life of a celeb pit bull and their guardian… if you’d like to be part of this, let me know, thanks.


Shorty Rossi hinted that Hercules will soon be having his own show on Animal Planet but of course, Hercules and Shorty are not exactly your every day pit bull and guardian, definitely, they are celebs. And were just in our neighborhood at the Bay Area Pet Expo. I did not get a chance to go there. Cici and I attended a couple of years ago and it was much too much stimulation for the Polka Dot Princess.

“Pit Boss” star Shorty Rossie and his pit bull, Hercules, are going to be on Anderson Cooper’s Live Thursday’s show!



During the Golden Globes, there was a cadillac commercial with a brindle pit bull


and since pit bulls are still the most euthanized dogs at shelters, it is really important to support Nathan Winograd’s NoKill Advocacy…There ARE more than enough homes for pets who have been dumped in shelters. More and more shelters are getting on board, reducing their kill rates, so that healthy and treatable pets do not get put down just because there is no room at the shelter, they get ADOPTED into loving homes.

The No Kill Conference is offering free registration to municipal shelter directors. Please help enlist them in the mission to save America’s shelter animals. Contact your local shelter director and let them know.

2012 Photos:

July 13-14 in Washington, D.C.




now go check out all the blogs, and thanks to Be the Change for this quarterly blog hop…


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4 responses to “Blog the change 2013

  1. Kristine

    Thank you for sharing the links to some positive press! It’s always nice to hear some good news for a change. I haven’t seen the show myself but I am so glad there is popular media out there showcasing the positive side of pit bull ownership. I’d like to hope this is a sign of better things to come for dogs of all breeds, especially those deemed “dangerous.”

    I’ve heard great things about the No Kill Conference and would love to attend myself some day. It’s awesome they provide free registration for shelter directors as no doubt they would benefit the most.

    Thank you very much for participating in Blog the Change for Animals!

    Team BTC

  2. It’s always great to see some good pit loving. This breed needs a PR rep, but in the mean time posts like this are making a difference. Thanks for posting.

  3. Shorty really gets around! He was at our organization’s holiday event last month (Chicago suburb). There is no better spokesman for pitts than him, though!

    Thank you for blogging the change for animals!
    Kim Thomas

  4. vscook

    Thank you for participating in Blog the Change Day! I am seeing more positive press and advertising featuring Pitbulls, which is great. There’s still a long way to go to reverse the Pitbull stereotype, but Shorty Rossi is one of many Pitbull-loving celebrities, who is helping to change their image.

    Vicki Cook
    Team BTC4A

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