This former Vick dog is amazing…the video doesn’t mention it, but he was a member of the team at Paws for Tales, a group of dogs who help children learn to read by providing a “safe” and non-judgmental audience for those who are shy or have difficulty trying to learn in front of people. His owner withdrew him from the program after another pittie in the program was unfairly – and illegally – discriminated against by a librarian in Pennsylvania.
Click the link below to see Jonny Justice strut his stuff!
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Well, it’s the end of our first day on this new blog, and it’s time to go to sleep. Brucie is way ahead of the game, he’s already out like a light! Good night, all!
Breeding a dog to be a fighter is different than breeding it for other traits. There’s nothing about herding or retrieving or pulling a sled that goes against a dog’s internal drives. But creating a dog that wants to attack other dogs is at odds with a dog’s entire developmental background in which it has been instilled with the instinct to work together with other dogs in a pack in order to survive.
– From “The Lost Dogs” by Jim Gorant
Does Brucie look like an enthusiastic cheerleader?
Pumpkin Pie and Brucie are involved in an intense meeting of the minds about the content of this blog…well, maybe Brucie is really secretly focusing on that squirrel out there.