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in: Bash; Bash > 2015-12-17

Dec 17, 2015 4:00 PM # 
Nice to hear she made it home. I can only imagine how relieved her owner was. I am sure that is every pet owner's nightmare. Luck she landed on someone who wasn't afraid to take her in and get her home!
Dec 17, 2015 4:23 PM # 
From the time I called the dog's vet to the time the owner called me was less than 2 minutes. "You have my baby!! Thank you!"

She was very waggy and friendly so I knew she had a family - but she was also very powerful and wouldn't stop jumping up on me and snapping, even though she didn't bite. She was just excited and stressed, not aggressive, but it was a little unnerving to see those big jaw muscles in constant action. At least I knew she had her rabies shot! I managed to herd her back and forth between the dog crate and the fenced yard a few times but I minimized our time together in the same space. Apparently, she lives with children so she must be calmer most of the time.

I received a private message from a Facebook friend advising me not to describe her as a pit bull and not to take her to the local animal shelter since she might not be released to her family due to the pit bull legislation. Yikes! Glad her loving owner claimed her promptly.
Dec 17, 2015 6:00 PM # 

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