Thursday, February 6, 2014

Fort Funston Park Fun, While it Still Lasts

Here I am having some fun in one of the most wonderfully free dog zones on the planet, Fort Funston, just south of San Francisco.  But before we get ahead of ourselves, there are some folks that want to shut down 90% of the dog parks around the region, including Funston!  Boo!

Take a peek:

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

There Are So Many Good People Everywhere

It's people like the Sexton's that make me like humanity.

In this case, Bill and Christine Sexton adopted a blind and deaf pit bull after seeing it on an rescue group's site.

They guess that she is between three and six years old, and became deaf and blind via a head trauma.  As in, the possibility that someone beat her that caused her condition.

And that this pup was also probably used as a bait dog for a fighting ring.  Dog fighting rings are bad.  Michael Vick is bad.  DMX is bad! 

(I think some people, like her previous owners who may have beat her, but then dumper her in the woods to die, need to be bear food!)

Yes, this pup was found in the woods by a hunter.

And the Sexton's were motivated to adopt this sweet animal because they've been caught up in the wonderful message that the TV show, "Pit Bulls and Parolees," sends out... that being that sometimes reputations and images are not correct.

That's all for now gang,


Huffington Post article, Human Society of of Calvert County!