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Coco, from Mexico City

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hi I have a chihuahua who sheds a lot and I'm trying to get my family to get a pit, my question is do they shed? I didn't think chihuahuas did but I was wrong.

You need to explain what is shed, because I don’t know that word :s

It has been a while since I submitted a picture of Nina. Here she is this morning, she didn’t want to get up.

I missed you a lot Nina

It has been a while since I submitted a picture of Nina. Here she is this morning, she didn’t want to get up.

I missed you a lot Nina
My pit bull is really picky with food. Is it bad that I feed him human food like chicken mix with dog food. And if I don't mix his food with human food, he won't eat anything.
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Always is better the dog’s food, but every kind id food is well, except some kind of food that could poison your dog

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Awww

An Open Letter to Small Dog Owners,

Even though your dog is little “and so cute”, maybe you should try teaching it some basic commands. Things like Sit, Stay, No and Come, just might be helpful. Hell, they might even save your dog’s life one day.

If you haven’t bothered to teach your dog these basic commands, so that he responds 100% of the time, here’s a thought: maybe he doesn’t belong off-leash on your front lawn or sidewalk EVERY DAY! (My dog responds to those commands. Does he do it 100% of the time? Nope, not if he’s excited! So, will you ever see him off-leash in a public area? HELL NO! That is called “Being a Responsible Pet Owner and Good Neighbor”)

IF you haven’t trained your dog AND you still insist on letting him loose on your lawn, please don’t pretend to be surprised when I walk past with my pit bull, on leash, and your dog charges him at 100 miles per hour, barking his face off, and my dog reacts to defend himself. Grant you, my dog will probably just lick your dog’s face off, but you never know when your dog is acting aggressive, what might transpire. And then, guess who gets blamed? Not you and your dog!

Please don’t waste your breath telling me, “I’m so sorry, I don’t know how he got out.” We both know he got out because YOU let him OUT. The same as you do every day. God forbid you put a leash on your dog and take him around the block. No wonder the little thing acts wild.

Also, please stop giving me dirty looks for walking my pit bull past your house, while your dog is loose and acting wild. Again, my dog is on-leash, your dog is not. It’s not my fault an accident nearly just happened. And it won’t be my fault next week when I walk past and your dog is loose AGAIN.

If you are screaming at your dog to come to you and he’s not listening, you obviously have no control. This is a tragedy waiting to happen. Whether he charges another dog and gets attacked, or runs into the street and gets hit by a car, you are risking your dog’s life and safety with your foolish, lazy behavior.

You want me, as a pit bull owner, to be responsible… Well, I’m doing everything I can to ensure the safety of my dog and my neighbors. Maybe you should practice what you preach.

Sincerely,
Frustrated Pit Bull Owner

One strong dog is a big responsibility, my dogs never respond to commands but they’re never act aggressive against other dogs, just in case of self defense. The main problem when somebody have a dog like a pitbull or a rottweiler or a doberman or any other big an strong dog, is the other dog owners, specially the owners of little dogs, because they never thing like an owner of a big dog, a dog that have the strong to take you to hospital, they never care about things that people with big dogs care, and, accidents will happen ever, but, like a strong dog owner, you must try to avoid them, every day, every hour
I love your blog! People really need to be aware of how naturally AWESOME, not aggressive, pit bulls are. I'm so totally in love with my pit, everyone who meets her loves her. I hope you have a wonderful pit in your life! :)

I know that some breeds are really strong, but, with the right human, everything is gonna be alright, with a chihuahua or a pit bull, even a Rottweiler

Anvil is volunteering to bring home the bacon to your family…and he might even share it with you! He is adoptable through the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.
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Anvil is volunteering to bring home the bacon to your family…and he might even share it with you! He is adoptable through the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.

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Do you know him? Milo, from The Mask ;)

Do you know him? Milo, from The Mask ;)

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