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Heres some pictures of my two new fosters, both are American Pit Bull Terriers. They were taken along with 3 other Pit Bulls from a bust here, from a man who was fighting his dogs to get money for drugs. Luckily the dogs we rescued are so friendly to the volunteers and another good side is some look to have never been fought at all, though there were some that had some cuts on their faces.

Sadly there were others that couldnt be saved, but you do what you can and just hope for the best. Heres to pictures of the male and female I'm working with. The females name is Miracle and the males name is Zoro.

Yes, I'm aware of that risk I could have with having 3 pit bulls in the house. But I'm doing everything as I should, crated when unsupervised, never left alone and they rarely see my dogs. Better safe than sorry.

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Thank you for the comments. Bodazafa I came up with that name all by myself, nah I'm kidding. Thanks for helping me come up with a good name for him :)

I'll only be keeping them until next Friday, we have another volunteer who's interested in taking care of them but she didn't have the room at the moment. So I'm taking care of them for her until her other foster is picked up by the people who adopted him.

But while their with me we're working on some basic commands, and I'm carrying em out and letting them see different people just to see how they would react and they love everybody that comes near. Zorro didnt really care for the kids he saw yesterday, but this could be cause they were on bicycles. We'll keep a look out on that. He may just not like the bike, not really the kids so much. But we'll see what happens when he actually sees a child without a bike, I'm hoping he wont have any problems.

They are both fantastic to work with though, we havent had any problems with them and strangers coming by the house. Though they keep a close watch on everyone, but curiosity gets the best of them and they come up for attention.

I kinda wish I could keep them alittle longer, but it's just to hectic having 3 Pit Bulls in the house. As much as I love the breed, one is enough for me right now. They have finally met my other dogs, through crates. They came up and sniffed at Margo, Jocko and Shadow and no one showed any aggression toward one another. They seemed fascinated with Margo, I dont know if it's because she's older and has athritis and maybe they can sense that. But either way we're taking everything with baby steps.
 
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