Monday, July 3, 2017

Pitbull Saves Woman





We're heading out to watch the fireworks tonight. What about you?

33 comments:

  1. What a remarkable tale (tail?). I've seen pit bulls that have been the most gentle animals in the world. They often get a bad rep. So glad this woman shared her dog's tale with us. Gotta LOVE men who want revenge on their (ex)wives.

    I'm going to see fireworks on Tuesday night. They've been going off in my neighborhood since Friday, so I'm not missing much here. Happy holiday.

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    1. I've got to believe environment plays a role. The stories about them are of either saviors or grim reapers.
      Glad you're enjoying the fireworks:)

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  2. Hooray for Blitz. And shame that it took a much reviled dog breed to step in and save that poor woman.
    Enjoy the fireworks.

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  3. Good for that dog who helped the woman, and shame on the man who treated his wife so badly. Hugs, Valerie

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  4. Hi Sandra - amazing story ... and I'm so pleased Blitz was able to help the woman ... as you say turns the tables for us. Cheers Hilary

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    1. He's quite the hero isn't he, Hilary?

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  5. That's quite a story. The city of Worcester for some odd reason decided to hold their fireworks display on Friday. So we watched the fireworks from my brother's back deck. Tomorrow night, we'll watch the fireworks display from Boston on television.

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    1. Watching fireworks from a back deck.....perfect.

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  6. Great he was able to help. Pitbulls sure can get a bad rap.

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    1. They sure do. I do believe environment plays a role.What do you think, Pat?

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  7. Smart dog - knew just who to bite.

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  8. I could see a few last night in peoples yards.I will watch tomorrow sitting at the fire station.

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  9. I agree with those who say pit bulls get a bad rap. This one deserves anything but a bad rap.

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  10. This just confirms that it is not the dog( for the most part) but the owner that can create a nasty dog. I'm just glad the dog did something that none of the neighbours had the guts to do

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    1. He was the real life hero in that situation wasn't he, Birgit?

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  11. Dogs are man's best friend, just depends on which person

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  12. I'm with Brigit. Any dog can be vicious if it's encouraged or provoked in that direction. This was a good story to share. Thanks, Sandra.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it, Lee.
      Have a great one.

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  13. I agree with others most remarkable, thanks for sharing Sandra.

    Yvonne.

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    1. My pleasure, Yvonne.
      Glad you enjoyed:)

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  14. de stooooooopid sound card doez knot werk rite on thiz pee zee; { we sneek round blog land frum de food servizz gurlz pea cee at werk } ....itz called multee taskin !!! we will chex thiz out later !♥♥☺☺

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  15. I've met quite a few pit bulls. They've all been good dogs. The problems arise when bad owners teach the dogs to be nasty, but that can happen with other breeds, too.

    Love,
    Janie

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  16. Good pitbull!!! Smart, beautiful dog!!!
    I hope you enjoyed your fire works Sandra!
    Big Hugs!

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