October 31, 2012
This is the best organization I have ever worked with. About a year ago, I rescued a young pitbull puppy from the streets of Milwaukee. I had absolutely no idea about how to raise a pitbull, how to teach her to interact with other dogs (I have another dog at home), and most of all, how to deal with the intense negative opinions thrown at me regarding my puppy. I came close to giving her up not because i wanted to but because I didn't know anything about the breed and was facing the wagging tongues of so many uneducated people. And that is when the humane society directed me to Michelle from the BCBC. Michelle changed everything. She gave me her cell phone number, spent hours on the phone with me teaching me all about the breed and how to care for my puppy, brought me out to pitbull events so I could meet other pits and introduce my puppy to other dogs and helped me even educate others on the breed. What more could you ask for? And because of her my pitbull puppy, Chole, is now the most beautiful, perfect, sweet, kind, and super loving pitbull on the planet (in my opinion!!!) I actually can't imagine life without her and it makes me cringe to think how close that reality came just because I was uneducated. We have a pitbull problem in the USA and we need people like the BCBC helping change minds like they did with me so more people can experience the joy of having a Chole.
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