This Pit Bull Defies All Stereotypes As The Perfect Therapy Dog

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From the Huffington Post article, “Michele Schaffer-Stevens, the president and founder of Brindle Brothers Foundation, joined HuffPost Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani today to discuss how her rescued, now-therapy dog Aladdin has proven all negative stereotypes wrong in helping her and others throughout their community. “They [pit bulls] are a wonderful breed,” she said. “They used to be known as the nanny dog… They’re very loyal, very loving dogs, and they do whatever they can to please the person that they’re with. As you know, there’s a stigma for a pit bull, and we’ve gone into nursing homes where patients have said, ‘I don’t want that pit bull near me,’ and he just has a way and wins everyone over.”” Read more below.

This Pit Bull Defies All Stereotypes As The Perfect Therapy Dog


2 Responses to “This Pit Bull Defies All Stereotypes As The Perfect Therapy Dog”

  1. They are perfect dogs, just hurrendous people.

  2. Don’t stereo type people And Don’t stereo type these dogs!

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