What y'all thinking this 2020? I am War Dog and, no matter political stance, you don't mess with my president or you get 80 million slap!
T'is the season for warm sweaters and cozy fires. So snuggle up and sip on some hot cocoa as you have a wonderful holiday!
Simba, the pit bull that lives in Sweden, was not well loved by many as he was considered a 'bad breed', but that all changed when he saved his neighbor's life. The neighbor, an elderly woman, lived downstairs from the dog and his owner and always made it a point to avoid the dog even when he tried to greet her. After a walk one evening Simba stopped at the neighbor's house and started to bark, refusing to leave. Soon his owner heard a weak voice calling out for help. Having broke her hip, the neighbor's life had been in danger and, if not for the pit bull, could have perished. Read the full story here.
On November 13, 2019, Pet Partners brought therapy animals to Congress with a new event: Meet the Pets with one of the goals being to educate the public about therapy animals, the power of the human-animal bond, and to help ensure that laws that affect standards and access for therapy animals are created with a solid base of information.
More than 300 people on Capitol Hill came by and plan on returning in April 2020 as the event had been a huge success as well as part of celebrating National Therapy Animal Day on April 30. They even hope to be able to bring some of their other therapy animal species and show that it’s not only dogs who can provide the positive effects of animal-assisted interventions. ~Pet Partners~
First time pitbull owners who found two pitbull puppies abandoned on the side of the road and decided to adopt them...And then loved them so much, they decided to get two wonderful mastiffs.