Pit bulls usually don’t have a fighting chance when surrendered to a shelter. Many cities and counties blacklist any pit-bull and pit-bull mix and euthanize the animal without further reason. Pit bulls are not tested for compatibility or temperament because cruel people have exploited the breed for decades.
Please pledge to bring awareness and assist in protecting this magnificent breed of dogs. Please pledge that if you are in the market of adopting a family pet, to consider a pit-bull. By signing this petition an email of your pledge will be forwarded to one of the greatest and by far the biggest Pit-bull rescue centers in the world, the Villalobos Rescue Center started in California, but recently relocated to a New Mexico location. Please visit the website, maybe make a one time donation, consider an adoption, volunteer or even sponsor one of their great dogs.

Link to Villalobos: https://www.vrcpitbull.net/dog/

Please check out this web site!!    https://www.thinkingoutsidethecage.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Resources_Pitbulls

The dog breed most likely to bite was not the Pit Bull, Rottweiler, or German Shepherd, but …wait for it…the Dachshund. And second was the Chihuahua, followed by the Jack Russell Terrier. Research involved 6000 dog owners