Travel theme: animal companions…Janie

Posted: August 27, 2017 in Animals, Personal, Uncategorized
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Alisa’s travel theme this week is animal companions.  You know I love horses from my gravatar photo.  However, some years ago, we fostered several rescue pit bulls, a wonderful experience.  Janie, our first dog, had been rescued from being chained outside a crack house in downtown Cleveland.  Despite her experiences, she was a dog filled with love and fun, capable of amazing feats of athleticism and of creating games.  She also loved her Kong filled with peanut butter bread, chewing on a mini tire, or this “bone.”  Her favorite thing was sitting on your lap.  🙂

© janet m. webb

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Comments
  1. NorCal Zen says:

    She is adorable! I’ve fostered a few rescue pitbulls and they’ve all been wonderful dogs.

  2. renxkyoko says:

    I also have a pitbull that I adopted from the shelter. I want to adopt another pitbull. Pitbulls are the only ones left behind at the shelter. My heart goes out to this sweet breed.

  3. size never matters, every pup can be a lapd dog :O)

  4. Dan Antion says:

    Aw, who’s a good dog??? Such a sweetheart.

  5. Thanks for the early morning smile!

  6. Aw, what a cutie! #1 Grandson’s other set of Grandparents have a partial pit bull that is so sweet. She changed my way of thinking about the breed.

    • They have a tendency to do that when people meet them in person. Of course, there are pits whose owners haven’t trained them or dogs that have been bred/forced to be aggressive. Those are the ones that ruin the breed’s reputation.

      janet

  7. joey says:

    Good dog! I’m glad you and Janie shared that time 🙂

  8. Megha says:

    Dogs are the best pets ever. I love dogs 😊

  9. Sweet baby–we are traveling with our pitmix too! It’s been a little stressful at times—just being given conflicting information about permission to bring her via air in certain locations.

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