Not all Chapstick is ChapStick

It’s remarkable to me how many people I still run into who think that “pit bull” is a specific breed of dog.  Granted, I know my little skinny, mini-pit, Peaches, isn’t quite your average pit, but she in fact a “pit bull” with at least 50% of her make-up American Staffordshire Terrier and at least 25% of it Bulldog.

I thought this illustration from Sarge Wolf-Stringer was a helpful one:

http://celiasue.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/390093_324204834267629_296895616998551_1078916_1761345778_n.jpeg

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About emily douglas

Emily Douglas authors The Unexamined Dog blog and writes regularly about "pit bull" advocacy, humane education and the parallels between the education field and the dog world. Emily and her dog, Peaches volunteer as a registered therapy dog team in the Southeast Michigan area, where their visits are affectionately known as Peach Therapy.
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One Response to Not all Chapstick is ChapStick

  1. Shannon says:

    Right on sista!

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