Witnesses saw a black Chrysler 300, with no license plates, pull off on the side of the road and throw him out. Scared and alone, he sat there, frozen by fear and nowhere to call home. It wasn't long before animal control showed up and took him away. In the shelter, he was scared and behaved in an aggressive manner. It was discovered that he had small burns all over his body, which were believed to be from cigars and cigarettes. He also bore a brand on his left shoulder. It's no wonder this pour innocent soul was lacking trust in the humans he encountered.
His fear in the shelter and his behavior displayed to keep humans at bay, had him labeled extremely aggressive and, as soon as his stray hold was up, he was scheduled to be euthanized; however, he was made available for rescue only and that's where we came in. He had a sponsor who believed in him, we had a trainer who wouldn't give up on him and a boarding kennel who would accept him and could keep him safe. We were strongly cautioned to not pull him but we knew he needed a second chance at life and we wanted to give that to him.
He was not easy to win over. His wounds and scars went so much deeper than his flesh. He was beaten, broken, defeated and hopeless. He didn't know what a gentle touch felt like or the warmth of a hug. He didn't know what toys were or how to play...had he ever known even the slightest bit of kindness...?? Watch his beautiful transformation....
Champ is ready for the next step...he needs a home with an experienced person who can be a strong leader. If you believe yourself to be that person, please apply.
Pit Bull Outpost Rescue
Mail: Pit Bull Outpost Rescue
PO Box 702 Lafayette, OR 97127
Pit Bull Outpost Rescue
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“We have a challenge for you: The Goal is 50 new walkers within the next 30 days. We’ll be cheering you along each day and at the end of the 30 days, we’ll announce the multitude of people who have accepted this challenge and started walking/raising funds.”
I know we can do this because we are a bunch of overachievers! To stay as an Active Walker, you only need to walk 15 minutes a week. If you are a non-active walker, boost our numbers by taking a walk with your dog(s). Go to your smartphone and download the app from the store, WoofTrax. You will find Pit Bull Outpost Rescue in Oregon 😁
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