A special page for the dogs that have touched our hearts and lives that are no longer with us. If you would like to add a memorial to this page, please visit here to find out how.
From Amia at LoveThyPitbull.com
I am attaching a pic of my elderly pit bull who I had to put down on Jan 11th of this year. She was with me for 15 years and was estimated to be about 16 years old. This pic is her and her ‘brother’ saying their last goodbyes to each other. It still rips my heart out to think she is not with me anymore. It doesn’t get any easier, sad to say. Her name was Lentil because I found her chained to a radiator in an abandoned apartment during the Catholic Holiday Lent. My big blue boy was a former street dog in Brooklyn that i managed to ‘catch’ one night. His name is Rollins after Henry Rollins. He actually resembles him I think.
He sure was a great dog, and I cherish all the time I got to have him in my life.
A skeletal puppy pulled out of a dumpster. His ears had been cut off. He ended up in the company of a homeless man. King’s love was unconditional. Knowing him renewed my love of Pit Bulls. That’s why I volunteer with MABBR.
R.I. P. my sweet boy 5/31/07
Justice was a breeding dog from a puppy mill. She hadn’t known carpet, toys, playmates, or love. She knew puppies, allergies, living in a kennel, and severe back pain. We were proud to foster her. She had an old soul, but she taught us many things!
R.I.P. Gertie Gruntosaurus 09/04/09