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Found Brindle Pitbull Mix Dog in Colorado Springs, CO on April 17th, 2011, Needs a Home too ...

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Found Brindle Pitbull Mix Dog in Colorado Springs, CO on April 17th, 2011, Needs a Home too ...
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FOUND, Sunday April 17th, 2011 a large brindle dog that appears to be a pitbull type, maybe with some boxer, or as some have suggested, American Bulldog. He was found at the Albertson's parking lot at highway 115 (South Neveda Ave) and Cheyenne Mountain Blvd at around 14:00 today in Colorado Springs, CO. It appears that he may have been dumped there intentionally, for a van was seen letting the dog out and taking off. The poor scared dog chased the van for a distance, scared of being left alone.

He would not leave the area where he was abandoned. He appears to be a very well kept dog with excellant manners. He was so terrified that it took about six hours to capture him.

If you have lost a dog, or maybe it was stolen from you by some bad people that decided they did not want him for he was way too gentle, please contact me via email, or post here. Rest assured, he is safe.

Since so many thugs use their mindless women to pretend the dog is theirs, I will be asking for pictures of the dog, and other verification. This is why I have not listed everything about the dog here. I posted him on Craig's List, and out of the beaucoup emails I got, once I asked for pictures, I only heard back from two people. Why? Apparently, this is how dog fighters find animals to use as bait, or to train for dog fighting. Thus, the precautions I will be using.

This boy will also be needing a home, should no one come forward to claim him. Please share his picture and story if you would. Thank you.


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Direct eye contact is awesome but sometimes feels pretty intimidating too. This was shot during one of our training tours. It was after hours, a time when the animals are not accustomed to having any people around; maybe that's why we got the warning growl you see here. I was lucky enough to catch my shot and make eye/camera contact as the cat scanned along the line of people in our class. This look wasn't directed just at me only, and after the growl, we were promptly ignored.

 
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