"America’s Nanny Dog is the victim of a smear campaign that has turned common sense upside-down and robbed us of our historical memory. The dogs that we trusted with our children’s lives are now deemed too vicious to live among us. The dogs that in two World Wars were the symbol of the United States military itself are now ordered off its bases.  The Pit Bulls haven’t changed at all. Only the owners have."

"America’s Nanny Dog is the victim of a smear campaign that has turned common sense upside-down and robbed us of our historical memory. The dogs that we trusted with our children’s lives are now deemed too vicious to live among us. The dogs that in two World Wars were the symbol of the United States military itself are now ordered off its bases. The Pit Bulls haven’t changed at all. Only the owners have."

See the heart marking on the pitties chest? Pitties hearts are so strong they sometimes make a mark OUTSIDE their bodies

See the heart marking on the pitties chest? Pitties hearts are so strong they sometimes make a mark OUTSIDE their bodies

Buster, Al St. John, Fatty Arbuckle and Arbuckle’s dog, Luke. <3 Hey look! Buster's smiling! :D

Buster, Al St. John, Fatty Arbuckle and Arbuckle’s dog, Luke. <3 Hey look! Buster's smiling! :D

Future office dog!! Going to name him "Coach" and buy him a Coach collar and leash.

Future office dog!! Going to name him "Coach" and buy him a Coach collar and leash.

Did you know? For many years (in the late 1800′s and into the early 1900′s) in America, Pit Bulls were known as “The Nanny Dog” and were often in charge of babysitting the children. If you wanted your children kept safe, you got a Pit Bull because they are so loyal and protective.

Did you know? For many years (in the late 1800′s and into the early 1900′s) in America, Pit Bulls were known as “The Nanny Dog” and were often in charge of babysitting the children. If you wanted your children kept safe, you got a Pit Bull because they are so loyal and protective.

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