October 16, 2012
I have been in veterinary medicine for 17 years total with 11 1/2 of those years being a registered technician. I have seen many rescue groups and many, many rescued dogs. I have waited and took serious time to find a rescue to be involved with and volunteer for. For The Love Of Pits was recommended by a co-worker who also had rescued a dog through them. Part of the reason I waited so long was because I wanted a group I would be proud to be a part of. The rescue needed to be honest, ethical and morally in-tuned for me to be a part of it. I wanted to find a group who had the dog's best interest at heart. People who made smart and fair choices. For The Love Of Pits is exactly who I was searching for. I can't say enough great things about this group and I am very grateful that I started volunteering for them this year. They are great people for a great cause!
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