Pit Bulls

pit bulls

Pit Bulls have big heads, yes.

But more important is they have big hearts.

In a world becoming jaded and heartless, we need more, not less big hearts around us.

Pit Bulls in the 1920’s and 1930’s were America’s most popular family dogs. They were called Nannie Dogs, because the Nannies who took care of the families children wanted a lovable dog around to teach the children to love all animals.

Then in the 90s inner city “Thugs” claimed Pits as there dog and ruined a big hearted dogs reputation. But at their┬áheart Pit Bulls are still lovable dogs.

Rescue a Pit Bull from a local shelter or rescue group today.

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Steve Monahan

Steve is a former fortune 100 executive and presently CEO, Black Swan Global Media, and Black Swan Coming.org. Steven is the author of the top 50 Business & Money book on Amazon; The One Thing 66 Day Workbook. His other books are Rescue Renew Rehome, Chasing Love and The Art of Dance the Art of love. Steve Monahan is the Founder and Executive Director of Green Pets America Charities 501c3. Steve has been recognized by the State of Georgia for humanitarian work on behalf of Georgia's families and companion animals.