Adorable Pit Bulls Who Are Changing Minds

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Pit Bulls make great service and therapy dogs, too!

 

Blueberry is a six-year old certified therapy dog from Massachusetts.Adorable Pit Bulls

Before Blueberry found her forever home, she was bred for money then left as a stray.
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Now she “visits rehab hospitals, nursing homes, humane societies, hospice patients, universities, and homes for the deaf and blind.”
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Blueberry is a friendly pit with lots of love to give and she’s aiming to change the world’s perception of pit bulls “one visit at a time.”
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Clairabelle is only a year and a half but she’s a full-time mobility service dog.
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Clairabelle was rescued at eight weeks old.
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Her previous owner moved into a home that didn’t allow pets, so for two weeks Clairabelle was living in a car 24/7. It was the middle of May, and with the temperatures climbing into the 90s, there was a strong possibility Clairabelle wouldn’t survive.

She began her service dog training at ten weeks old and initially she only helped her human pick things up.
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The Stig is a registered therapy dog from Cleveland.
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The blue-nose pit bull was rescued hours before his scheduled euthanization at the Cleveland Animal Shelter.
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He’s only the second pit bull to be accepted into the Pet Pals therapy program.
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This handsome blue-nose pit has lots of love to give and he’s changing minds one kiss at a time.

Booker is a seizure alert and response dog from Arizona.
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Before finding his forever home, Booker was stuck at an animal shelter after being in the midst of a drug bust at his home.
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At the shelter, he was dubbed “aggressive” and he was set to be euthanized.

After his human began getting seizures, Booker became a service dog for her.
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Booker even allowed his human the ability to drive again because he was able to alert her to pull over before the onset of a seizure.

Bandit is a Diabetic Alert Dog who alerts his human when her blood sugar is getting high or low.
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He’ll paw or lick his human whenever he senses that she needs to check her blood sugar.
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A chemical is released when her blood sugar levels change and Bandit is able to pick up on it to help keep his human safe.
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Although they often get a bad rap, every day there are pit bulls around the world who put on their vests and go to work as therapy dogs, service dogs and emotional support animals.
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They’re loyal, loving, and they bring joy to everyone they meet.
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