Daren, that is hilarious!
Wolfman, your a good guy rescuing the dogs, they end up being the best ones!
This is my Olde English Bull Dog, she's a handful and a half but a great dog.
A word of advice from someone who would never want to see this happen again.....Spray your Dogs and Kids with tick repellent. Last summer I almost lost my Bully.... She came down with IMHA, which basically her white blood cells were killing all of her red blood cells, It was bad! After testing her a bunch of times they found she had 3 diseases from a tick that likely triggered the IMHA. It took 2 blood transfusions and 5 days in the doggy ICU at a specialty vet along with a crap load of meds. Her odds were against her but she's a tough pooch and pulled through. It's still an ongoing battle today but she has been stable with a high red blood cell count. Landed back in the vets a few times from complications from her meds but otherwise good as new. She's a 90lb beast and it almost killed her, I would never want to see that happen to a kid....
Skeets, you should look into rescuing an older dog from a shelter....they are past the puppy phase and will love you to death for saving them! We have a pitbull that is a rescue dog and she is the most loving dog I've ever owned. She thinks that she's a big kitten trapped in in a dogs body.
I wish pitbulls would stop ending up in the wrong hands that portray them as being an evil breed. It's not the dog, it's the owners. Seeing all the abuse they go through is absolutely disgusting. There should be an open season on animal abusers. Most scumbags that have these dogs can't take care of themselves, never mind a dog. That's why the shelters are filled with them