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Meet Ayla, Lolly and Trevor. These 3 pups love the water, very playful, and honestly they don't bark much at all. These 3 dogs along with the rest of their buddies were rescued by Tracysdogs A nonprofit organization located in San Antonio, Tx. TracysDogs will be having an adoption event at PetSmart in Glendale Colorado on May 30, and 31st. To learn more about us and all of our dogs please go to http://www.tracysdogs.com or petfinder keyword tracysdogs. With a little bit of training these pups would make great companions on the water
 

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I rescued my dog who had just one day to left to live. His only crime was he was born a pit bull.

He turned out to be the best dog i've ever owned, and was almost killed due to stupid people. He loves everybody, and loves just being alive. What a shame it would have been to kill him.
 

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I rescued my dog who had just one day to left to live. His only crime was he was born a pit bull.

He turned out to be the best dog i've ever owned, and was almost killed due to stupid people. He loves everybody, and loves just being alive. What a shame it would have been to kill him.
how should this thread and your reply be in the Colorado fishing section you knucklehead?
 

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how should this thread and your reply be in the Colorado fishing section you knucklehead?
Rescued dogs make good fishing companions.

Easy to understand unless you're a knucklehead.
 

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res·cue [res-kyoo] Show IPA
verb (used with object), res·cued, res·cu·ing.
1.
to free or deliver from confinement, violence, danger, or evil.
 

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res·cue [res-kyoo] Show IPA
verb (used with object), res·cued, res·cu·ing.
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to free or deliver from confinement, violence, danger, or evil.
This just reminded me of that Bill Burr bit. I agree rescue dogs make great pets... The Adams County animal shelter used to be right down the street from the shop and I'd grab a quick bite then run over and visit the dogs. It's always amazed me how they immediately stuck the Pit Bulls in the dangerous section where you couldn't pet them unless they stood on their hind legs, but they'd leave vicious dogs of other breeds in the normal cages.
 

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Yes, pit bulls suffer for what others have created.
 

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I am the Kennel Manager for TracysDogs. I have never liked pitbulls but our owners have 1 and for the most part She is a great dog. Very obedient and listens to everything I say. The only bad thing is when theres a fight she has to check it out and I know shes one of the toughest dogs we have. So far we have 40 dogs pre adopted in Glendale, well probably get another 5-10 pre adopted this weekend and end up taking an additional 20 dogs for our Saturday adoption event. I know pics don't always do everything for you when deciding if the dog is for you, so if you want any additional pics or any videos of our dogs let me know. email me at [email protected] or text me 2102134762. I work with these dogs 6 days a week so I have a lot of additional pics
 

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When there's a human fight. I check it out too.

Should I be put down too?
 
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