Profile: Our "pack" consists of five members. My boyfriend, myself, two Pit Bulls and what my friends and I call a wolverine/chow mix. There's a running joke in our world. The Pit Bulls might look scary, but it's the small wolverine you'd better look out for, whether you're an ininvited guest, or if you have that aromatic piece of chicken sitting out that you might not be paying as close of attention to as you should. Our pack gets a trip out to the river each Sunday to go for a lengthy swim and play session. The wolverine doesn't care too much about the swim, but it's impossible to keep the bullies out of the water. The pack also goes on frequent vacations to the ocean, which is a long, eventful, and very tiring week. So much for keeping the car clean! (But it's so worth it to see their smiling faces) All in all, we fit together very well as a family. I love the different attitudes that each member brings to the mix. I know now that I will always own at least one dog for the rest of my days.
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There's a long story behind my Sargie. So long, in fact, that I don't even know all of it. I'll just get to the basics, I suppose. Sarge has been an extrememly lucky dog. He came to us from my brother's "friend". I guess the "friend" didn't want him back. While in my care, Sarge disappeared from the back yard. He was lost for five terrifying days. I was extremely worried because my Sargie is a very powerful, good looking pit bull, and he would be very attractive to people that misuse the breed. Sarge is so gentle with other dogs and people that it would have just broken his spirit and his heart to be treated as a fight dog. My friend posted a picture of him on Craig's List, and sure enough, someone found him. He was over 20 miles away from home, so I believe someone transported him to the outskirts of a town that is about 15 miles away from us. The people that found him said that he had on a harness with a broken chain on it and that he was covered in mud like someone had kept him in a mud pit. The new people took him to the lake with their two pit bulls and Sargie jumped right in as if to wash off the bad experience he had endured. I am thankful every single day for my Sargie and I wouldn't give him up for the world.View Profile
Isabelle is my precious first doggie. She is a Chow mix, so she's a bit stand-offish. As she ages, she gets more willing to receive her due loves. She has been a tolerant big sister and loves her siblings, even though she doesn't like to admit it. She is a beautiful girl with markings that flow wonderfully together. She is an absolute joy to have, as she does not dig holes, chew up mom's stuff, or try to escape out of the back yard. She serves as a great foot warmer at bedtime, and a great traveling companion. I love her and I wouldn't change one thing about her!View Profile
My lil' Heidi is a wonderful girl. I got her from a friend that could not have her in her already large puppy family. Heidi is the first pit bull that I have gotten to know and because of her, I am absolutely smitten by the breed. I will own at least one pit bull at all times for the rest of my life. Heidi is so loyal, so playful, so full of cheer and innocence and I just love her sweet personality. She is a rather vocal doggie, and when she's playing, it can sound a bit scary if you don't understand doggie body language. She is extremely happy and content and it makes me feel like a good mom when she looks up at me with those gorgeous eyes for attention.View Profile