I love how most of the people posting all over Facebook about how they’re participating in Thursday night black Friday sales are the same people who have been in an uproar for the past week about how retail companies make employees work on thanksgiving. Let’s think about this one for a minute.
Two pet peeves:
1. People who see a dog (especially a pit bl) with a lot of wounds or scars and say “oh, he was used for fighting?”
2. People who see a scared or timid dog and say “oh, he was abused?”
Stop making assumptions, people.
Amen I think my biggest pet peeve with Pit Bull "lovers" is the constant statement of its how they are raised. They dont realize how much that sets back the breed every time.
I think it’s usually said with good intentions, but it’s just simply not true. I’ll admit that I was once guilty of using the phrase until I stopped and thought about what I was actually saying. Adult rescue dogs have just as much potential as puppies, even if they’ve come from a horrible past.
What kind of food would you recommend. Also I live in Canada, but I would bet most dog foods from America get shipped here. Thanks
Good rule of thumb: If you can buy it in a grocery store or it has colorful kibble, it’s not a good food.
There are a lot of great foods out there. The first ingredient should always be a meat or meat meal, and it should be free of sugar and other preservatives.
One of the best foods for the value is Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul- yes, I know it sounds hokey as all get out, but it’s actually a high quality food at a mid quality price. Kirkland (available at Costco) is another great inexpensive choice. Other great brands in no certain order, just off the top of my head: Earthborn, Wellness (although it is higher in protein than most foods, which is too rich for some dogs), Nature’s Domain, Merrick, Canidae, Fromm, Innova, Taste of the Wild.