63 Pit Bulls Rescued When Nagger Dogfighting Ring Broken Up

Instead of fighting their pit bulls, which I assume involves gambling on winners, good owners treat the dogs to some fun through springpole training.

Pit bulls are high energy creatures who like to keep their minds and bodies occupied. Springpole training seems to do the trick. The pit bull above, Damien, doesn’t understand the “Release!” command or else he does understand and he just wants to keep playing.

Sixty-three pit bulls in Georgia were lucky enough to have been rescued from the black savages who taught them to fight instead of play. Photos of the perps below show some real niggy Negros.

Macon.com

EASTMAN, GA
Sixty-three pit bulls were rescued from a large-scale dogfighting ring in Dodge County.

Pit bull puppies (and adults) like to smile.

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Everyone Freaked Out When a Playful Pit Bull Went to School Yesterday

Bro the pit bull was visiting North Carolina from Arkansas with his owner when he escaped his enclosure and went looking for some fun.

Pit bulls love to stay active. Walking, running, jogging, pulling carts or weights is what they thrive on.

When Bro spotted school children outside, he wanted to play.

Then everyone panicked.

The children in this story required no medical attention.

Charlotte Observer

Seven children were bitten and scratched Monday afternoon after a stray male pit bull got into a southeast Charlotte elementary school and began chasing students as they fled for cover.

Actually, the kids were nipped. Many dogs love to “mouth” as part of their greeting ritual. Likewise, happy dogs will jump on people, accidentally scratching them. I’ve been nipped and scratched many times by dogs of various breeds and sizes. It’s no big deal.

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“Kids” in Philly Injected a Pit Bull Pup with Cocaine, Leaving Her to Die

I’m calling the “kids” in the CBS headline niggers.

They constantly prove that they are unfit to live among people of other races, who practice higher standards of behavior ON AVERAGE.

Peanut the pit bull pup almost died from cocaine and marijuana poisoning.

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Adopted Stray Pit Bull Mix Returned to Animal Shelter for Being Too Sweet

HELENA THE VELCRO DOG.

That’s a nearly pure pit bull if ever there was a pit bull that you see above.

In my experience, boy dogs are more affectionate than girl dogs, so it’s good to see female sweetness on display with Helena.

Human females might learn a lesson from this sweetie.

Today

On Monday, Helena the dog’s former owner gave her up to an animal shelter in Atlanta, Georgia. The reason given? Helena is just “too nice.”

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Andrew Anglin Advocates Pit Bull Genocide

PETE THE PUP WAS A PIT BULL.

I hope everyone had a good Christmas. I’m coping with my lack of Internet to keep posting until I get my own Internet access after New Years. Yesterday was just too cold to work on the patio of the public library. I can handle temps in the 50s, but not a high of 46 degrees and damp.

Now on to the first post-Christmas post, which offers a response to the Daily Stormer’s Andrew Anglin’s insulting, inaccurate condemnation of my favorite dog breed, the pit bull.

It’s obvious that Anglin never spent any time around pit bulls.

I have. My “98 percent pure pit bull” that I found abandoned in 1999 spent 12 years with me. Every night he would fall asleep on my chest or neck. He never met a person he didn’t like. Especially children. He did bite me once. That was as he was in the middle of his stroke that left him permanently blinded in one eye and temporarily paralyzed.

This pit bull could be a twin to mine, whom I named Pup:

The bite was just a nip. The skin was not broken. He was in horrific pain. Any dog will bite when in pain as the vet will tell you.

My fox terriors and cocker spaniel bit me so many times or threatened to bite me that I lost track.

Excerpt from the Daily Stormer

Pit bulls are the niggers of the dog realm.

They even have evil, niggerlike faces.

PIT BULLS LOOK NOTHING LIKE THIS.

Why are these horrible animals still legal?

LEGAL BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE FALLS FOR ANTI-PIT PROPAGANDA.

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Hero Pit Bulls Save Children from Deadly Copperhead Snake

SLAYER WAS BITTEN TWICE IN THE SNOUT CAUSING SWELLING .

This brings tears to my eyes. Two pit bulls save two children and although both of the “nanny dogs” were bitten, they’ve been given medical care and will survive.

CBS News

Melissa Butt was enjoying a sunny Sunday afternoon outside with her two grandchildren when she heard an alarming bark coming from two of her dogs.

The pit bulls were standing in front of her 4-year-old grandson and 1-year-old granddaughter, staring at a patch of grass three feet away from Butt’s front door.

“The dogs started acting a little funny,” Butt told CBS News. “They were barking and barking.”

So the grandmother from Thonotosassa, Florida, ran over to find out what was causing the commotion, and that’s when she saw it — a giant snake, which was later identified as a copperhead, wriggling around just inches from her dogs’ snouts. She yelled for her daughter, who quickly scooped up the kids and brought them inside.

Her 9-month-old red nosed pit bull named Paco was the first to spot the snake, but his older “brother,” a 3-year-old pit bull named Slayer, quickly stepped in to help.

“My Slayer takes over all of those situations,” Butt explained. “He’s ultra protective of the family.”

SLAYER: WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? I WANT MY FAM.

When the snake struck Paco, biting him in the elbow, Slayer attacked. The pit bull picked the snake up with his mouth, killing it.

“He almost bit him in half,” Butt recalled.

Unfortunately, Slayer didn’t escape scratch-free. The snake bit the 80-pound dog twice in the face, causing his snout to swell to almost twice its size within 30 minutes.

Both Paco and Slayer were rushed to an emergency vet, where they were given injections of antivenin, intravenous pain medication and anti-nausea meds.

“I know my dogs are heroes and without a doubt saved the lives of my grandchildren,” Butt said. “They are too small to have fought something off like that. If they had gotten bit I’m 100 percent sure they wouldn’t have survived.”

At first, Butt wasn’t sure if Slayer would make it. Fortunately, with donations from a local non-profit called Frankie’s Friends, Slayer was able to get the treatment he needed to survive.

“Pit bulls are nanny dogs. That’s actually why they were originally bred — to care and protect children,” Butt said. “And our Slayer has always been that way.”

Butt said Slayer is getting released from the vet on Wednesday, and hopefully, everything will return to normal. But first, Butt added, the family is going to try make sure their home, including their yard, is snake-proof.

“We knew when we moved here there would be the risk of alligators, bob cats, hawks, field mice and things of that nature. None of my research told me about venomous snakes,” Butt said. “My husband and I are both big researchers, do it yourselfers. Our boys are our boys and we’ve already started the process to make our yard a little less snake friendly.”

PACO RECOVERING AT HOME.

PIT BULLS LOVE THEIR CHILDREN.

N*gger Charged in Death of Pit Bull That Choked to Death Trying to Reach Shady Spot

NOT THE PIT BULL IN THIS STORY.

When I was driving down an alleyway behind a small strip shopping center two weeks before Thanksgiving 1999 I saw a pit bull puppy sitting on a concrete stairs behind one of the stores.

The young reddish brown dog looked forlorn, so I stopped my van and approached him. He was pretty unresponsive to my attention. I thought to myself that he had been dumped and was waiting for his owner to return. He didn’t understand that his owner wasn’t coming back.

This was on Wednesday. Every day I drove the 20 miles up to the shopping center, in the barrio, and bought him some chicken livers at the nearby supermarket. I also brought him some water. The Latino store employees in the strip center would have seen him sitting there but they did nothing to help him.

By Saturday, when he was still in the same spot, waiting, I took him home. I figured he wasn’t too far away from being picked up by the dog catcher.

And thus began a 12 year long joyous adventure.

I know what great dogs these animals are. It pains me to post this story, but if there’s anything we can do to make sure that the dog murderer in this case serves time in jail, then let’s do it.

Charlotte Observer

GREAT FALLS, SC.
A Great Falls man was arrested last week, almost a week after a chained dog choked to death trying to get to shade in his yard, according to a Great Falls Police Department report.

Keon Torrance Gladden, 23, has been charged with ill treatment of animals, jail records show.

KEON GLADDEN. DOG MURDERER.

Great Falls police responded to a report of animal cruelty at a Walnut Street house on July 10 at about 5:15 p.m., the report says. The complainant told officers he believed the dog was being mistreated and told police he had checked on the dog many times before, the report says.

He said found the dog dead in the yard just before 5 p.m., bloating and covered in flies and maggots, the report says.

The dog, a blue pit bull, was chained to a pole in the yard with a belt for a collar and very little shade, the report says. The temperatures for the day were in the mid to upper 90s, officers said.

The dog choked to death while trying to crawl to a nearby bush for shade, the report says. Officers said there were two bowls near the dog, but the food bowl was upside down and the water bowl was dry and dusty, the report says.

There was a dog house in the yard, but the dog’s chain was too short to reach it, the report says.

The complainant said he bought a harness for the dog, but the harness was lying in the yard broken, the report says.

My pit bull would tump his water bowl over to wet the ground during the hot Texas summer. Then he would lay on the wet spot to stay cool. This was in the shade, of course. Doggy air conditioning.

I would have to check on his water bowl constantly because it wouldn’t take him long to turn it over. He seemed to have trouble figuring out that if he turned the bowl over he might not have anything to drink for a while.

Anyway, dogs love air conditioning in the summer. All of them should have a spot inside where it’s cool. It’s the least we can do for them.

I wish every pit bull (and every other dog) could have a happy ending like this pit bull.