october is re-home your ugly frankenmauler month.
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Lucy is a 2 year old spayed American Bulldog that needs a loving home where she can run and play. Lucy has had one incident since we had her where she jumped a baby gate and got into a dog fight in her yard and bit the other dogs owner as she attempted to break up the fight. Lucy has never displayed this behavior and was only protecting her family and home. Kitsap Animal Control says Lucy is a danger however she is not. Lucy does not stand a chance at a good life if left in Kitsap County. If here she must be isolated and not able to go on car rides as she so much loves. she loves to play and go to the lake and swim and chase after sticks thrown in the water. Lucy also is very funny and is very entertaining. She is very protective of her family and her home. Lucy is a wonderful pet and just needs to beable to roam freely in a fenced yard and be loved by others. Please call Karen at 360-328-0700 for more details or if interested in this beautiful lovely dog. Leave message if no answer
washington ambull rescue
Lucy is a 2 year old American Bulldog that we are wanting to re-home out of Kitsap County. Lucy jumped over a baby gate and got into a fight with another dog in her yard and bit the other dogs owner. Per Kitsap Animal Control Lucy is a danger and has to be isolated, away from other people and has to be muzzled when leaving the house. Lucy was protecting her environment and she is being punished by it. Lucy is fun, lots of energy, very lovable and funny. She was named after Lucille Ball as she has that goofy funny disposition. Lucy loves to give smooches and sit on your lap. She needs to have grain free food as she has a sensitive tummy and sometimes needs rice and yogurt if her tummy is bothering her. Lucy is updated on all shots. She does have allergies and takes Benadryl everyday and we keep a bottle of liquid Benadryl for bee stings. Lucy loves to go for car rides, does not care for the dog park because she wants to make sure her family is taken care of and she loves the lake but hates having a bath (silly girl) Lucy can self entertain but loves to be around her family. Lucy goes no where without her blankie and will drag it around if she is tired. Lucy likes to be placed behind the baby gate when it is to busy in the house or she wants to sleep. She also has been kennel trained but likes to just be outside mommy's door at night with her blanket and gait up. There is so much to say about Lucy. She has been a great addition to our family for the last year.
compatibility: good w/most dogs, good w/most cats, good w/ kids & adults
personality: average energy, average temperament
att: washington nutters: dog aggressive, bite history, dangerous dog designation, mandatory muzzle, food issues, allergies, in home gate system (which she has proven she can easily breach) LUCY is a real bargain @ $400.
meanwhile in pennsylvania, there's an everything must go sale...
Hello. My name is Frank McManus. I need to rehome my pit bulls as soon as possible. The State of Pennsylvania has deemed them "dangerous dogs" for attacking another dog.
Mor is 14 months old and is a pure bred old family red nose pit bull. She is about fifty pounds. She does have problems with other animals but not with Finn who she lives with. She has been toy aggressive with Finn on two occasions. She is not food aggressive and loves people. Super high energy. Needs spayed.
Finn is 3 years old and is well socialized, very mellow and a great boy. He is around 75 pounds. He is a rescue from the Harrisburg Humane Society. He is fixed.
Rehoming my dogs is my only option. Being considered dangerous dogs they will never be able to go on a walk again and my landlord will evict me if I do not remove them. I must seek an out of state rescue so that they are not considered "dangerous dogs" which they are not. Finn has never had a problem before. Plays well at the groomer and dog park. Mor needs socialization which has always been a challenge.
I am devastated about having to give them up. I have already been to court for it. However if they were to get out of the gate again they may be put down. And as I said before, as of now, they cant go for a walk ever again and I may be evicted. I am in a terrible position. I never want to leave them but I am being forced to.
My phone number is 717810XXXX. wIf you are able to help PLEASE contact me. I only have 48 hours. I am a long time pit bull lover and I am informed enough to know that all rescues are in a tough spot. But they are great dogs and do not deserve this condemnation. I would be willing to make as large of a donation as I can if you can find a place for them at your rescue.
Thank you for your time,
that's what FRANK'S friends say about him. i'd say that's a good start.
i had a lot of questions. i hoped to find the answers on facebook but it just left me with more questions. questions like, why did this mangina drive all the way to georgia, fork over $1500 for an OFR when the shelters in pennysylvania are bursting at the seams with pit bulls? especially in light of the fact that even his friends were saying he needed ANOTHER dog like he needed a hole in his head, indicating that he was struggling with the one mutant. why is this dufus surprised that he can't handle a dog that has been intensively bred for combat for almost 200 years? why does a successful tattoo artist, who can afford to drive to georgia and pay $1500 for a FREAKING DIME A DOZEN PIT BULL, need to trade tattoos for firearms? why doesn't he just purchase them? unless of course, he legally can't. why is he moving? why did his june pride in his little mutant's first kill turn into a desperate need to unload her in august?
I need to find my puppy a home. Her name is Mor. She is one year old and about 45 pounds. She is an old family red nose pit bull. So she is not a rescue. She is a very rare bloodline. It took me two years, a trip to Georgia and 1500 dollars to get her. You can read about the old family bloodline at www.bryantsreddevils.com. Because of a highly selective breeding program she is highly intelligent, highly prey driven and extremely athletic. But also a loving and cuddly playful pup. This being stated, whoever is interested in adopting her must be aware that she is a handful. She needs training, time, effort an patience. You must be her pack leader. With classes and socialization and TLC she will grow up to be an incredible dog. She has climbed a six foot fence, killed a possum and fought another dog. This is not because of aggression. It is because of high prey drive and energy. She lives with another male dog now and they are great friends so she has the ability to be good with other dogs. I do not want to give her up. She is amazing. But I have had a difficult time training and socializing her. She needs much more time and effort than I have experienced with my other dogs. So if you are a dedicated pit bull lover interested in adopting her please private message me.correction: she didn't FIGHT another dog. she tried to KILL another dog. and it has less to do with aggression than an uncontrollable urge to flex her DNA. expecting this mutant to behave politely around other dogs would be the equivalent to expecting freckled fair skinned people to not burn in the sun. and now frank mcmangina is trying to unload his purpose bred fighting dog on the internet to gullible idiots under the pretense of SHE JUST NEEDS MORE SOCIALIZATION!
she NEEDS to be on a logging chain connected to a truck axle driven several feet deep into the ground in the georgia woods!
and i'd really like to know what happened to his other pit bull?
but the really important question here, actually, the only question that really matters is WHY IS THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA COLLUDING WITH THIS PUNK IN SHUTTLING A DANGEROUS DOG INTO ANOTHER STATE WITHOUT A DANGEROUS DOG DESIGNATION? this is pinnacle of irresponsibility and criminal negligence. haven't we learned anything from the catholic church scandal?