Tiny, Evil and Sammy

I met a family in the hood one day. They actually had moved into a house where I had helped the people that lived there before. After they moved out, I kept an eye on the house in case someone new moved in with dogs. After several months, someone moved in and had 3 dogs outside on chains. Two of them were pit bulls and one was a blk lab/shep mix.

I stopped by to check on them and introduce myself. Actually two out of the three dogs were already spayed/neutered! They were all at good body weights, had food and water, etc. They were receptive to getting their third dog, a female white pit bull, spayed and I got her in the following week and we got that taken care of.

We got all of the dogs off of chains and onto tie-out cables. They already had good dog houses. These people really did take pretty good care of them. They kept the poop picked up, their water was always clean when I came by.

This is a house that we don’t have to monitor to make sure the dogs are well cared for. We still drop by once in a while and drop them some dog food, treats and pig ears. Tiny, the white pit bull, is adorable. The brindle pit is named Evil and is super friendly and the black labx is Sammy and he’s a sweetheart, too.

It’s refreshing to go to a house where the animals are well cared for. We need a house like this once in awhile. These are the people I really like to help. They are doing a good job and just need a little help once in awhile.

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3 Responses to “Tiny, Evil and Sammy”

  1. LINDA TERRANOVA Says:

    WELL I LOVE TO HEAR SOMETHING GOOD ONCE IN AWHILE ! THANK YOU TO THOSE OWNERS WHO DO SUCH A GOOD JOB !!!! KEEP IT UP & TEACH YOUR NEIGHBORS !!!!!!!!

  2. G Says:

    Thanks so much for caring to post the heart-warming stories as well as the heart-breaking ones… It’s uplifting to know there are responsible owners, and well cared for & happy dogs out there in the hood. Keep up the great work that you do, and in supporting this family.

  3. sarahemullally Says:

    I love your positive attitude…that its nice to come across a home where the dogs are ‘taken care of’ however still breaks my heart – why get a dog if you just want to chain it outside??

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