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Research estimates that only one in 600 pit bulls born in the United States will ever find a forever home.
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This astounding number is one of many reasons breeding needs to be outlawed. With so many perfectly good dogs being killed, due to a lack of homes, nobody should be voluntarily bringing more into the world.
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Every single dog lover out there, including myself, need to become more vocal about these statistics. I am often asked if Maximus and Jada are fixed because they would make some beautiful puppies. Yes, puppies are cute. But piles of dead dogs in shelters across the country is not.
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Let’s stop giving breeders a reason to keep doing what they do! We have the power to choose what we spend our money on. We can put them out of business if we simply stop buying dogs from them. Without a demand they cannon stay in business.
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When you adopt, not only do you save the dog you rescue, but you save the dog that takes his/her slot in the shelter.
Research estimates that only one in 600 pit bulls born in the United States will ever find a forever home. … This astounding number is one of many reasons breeding needs to be outlawed. With so many perfectly good dogs being killed, due to a lack of homes, nobody should be voluntarily bringing more into the world. … Every single dog lover out there, including myself, need to become more vocal about these statistics. I am often asked if Maximus and Jada are fixed because they would make some beautiful puppies. Yes, puppies are cute. But piles of dead dogs in shelters across the country is not. … Let’s stop giving breeders a reason to keep doing what they do! We have the power to choose what we spend our money on. We can put them out of business if we simply stop buying dogs from them. Without a demand they cannon stay in business. … When you adopt, not only do you save the dog you rescue, but you save the dog that takes his/her slot in the shelter.
Getting our hike on @ Red Rock 🏜🌵 #bullylife
Getting our hike on @ Red Rock 🏜🌵 #bullylife 
Enjoying the view 😎 #bullylife
Maximus turned 3 today 🎉🐶 #birthdayboy #bullylife
Keeping an eye on things with the old man 🐶👴🏼🐶 #bullylife
Keeping an eye on things with the old man 🐶👴🏼🐶 #bullylife 
One of the most common misconceptions about dogs is they are color blind. The fact is dogs are not color blind. They use colors to guide behavior just like we do. The difference is they don't see the same range of colors we do and the colors that they can see are not as vibrant.
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Color quality for dogs and humans depends on the amount of cones in their eye. Humans have more cones, which explains our better eyesight. The cones are responsible for giving humans their sharpest vision, the ability to see small details and the perception of color.
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Jay Neitz and his team at the University of California, Santa Barbara, have relentlessly studied dogs vision. Their findings have given us a clear picture of what dogs can and cannot see.
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At the conclusion of their study, Neitz and his team confirmed that dogs do indeed see color. Instead of seeing the rainbow as violet, blue, blue-green, green, yellow, orange and red dogs would see it light blue, dark blue, grey, light-yellow, darker yellow (almost brown) and darker grey. So basically, dogs look at the colors of the world as yellow and blue. They see the colors green, orange as yellowish and they see violet and blue as blue. Blue-green is grey. Red is difficult for dogs to see and could register as black. (Swipe to see Dog vs. Human Sight Spectrum)
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Recognizing this can help you find better toys for your dog. Right now one of the most popular colors for retrieval toys is orange. The same safety orange you'd see on hunters, construction workers, and street cones. That makes total sense for humans; the color orange is bright and vibrant to our eyes. Unfortunately, this is not the case for dogs. Orange is hard to see even in the daytime.
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For this reason, I always buy blue balls for Maximus. After reading about this, probably six or seven months ago, I went and bought blue ChuckIt balls for him and it's incredible how well he can see them. Even in the pitch black, he can retrieve the ball at least 40-50 feet out. Try switching out your orange toys for blue or yellow and watch the improvement.
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TAG dog owners who needs to see this!
One of the most common misconceptions about dogs is they are color blind. The fact is dogs are not color blind. They use colors to guide behavior just like we do. The difference is they don't see the same range of colors we do and the colors that they can see are not as vibrant. .. Color quality for dogs and humans depends on the amount of cones in their eye. Humans have more cones, which explains our better eyesight. The cones are responsible for giving humans their sharpest vision, the ability to see small details and the perception of color. .. Jay Neitz and his team at the University of California, Santa Barbara, have relentlessly studied dogs vision. Their findings have given us a clear picture of what dogs can and cannot see. .. At the conclusion of their study, Neitz and his team confirmed that dogs do indeed see color. Instead of seeing the rainbow as violet, blue, blue-green, green, yellow, orange and red dogs would see it light blue, dark blue, grey, light-yellow, darker yellow (almost brown) and darker grey. So basically, dogs look at the colors of the world as yellow and blue. They see the colors green, orange as yellowish and they see violet and blue as blue. Blue-green is grey. Red is difficult for dogs to see and could register as black. (Swipe to see Dog vs. Human Sight Spectrum) .. Recognizing this can help you find better toys for your dog. Right now one of the most popular colors for retrieval toys is orange. The same safety orange you'd see on hunters, construction workers, and street cones. That makes total sense for humans; the color orange is bright and vibrant to our eyes. Unfortunately, this is not the case for dogs. Orange is hard to see even in the daytime. .. For this reason, I always buy blue balls for Maximus. After reading about this, probably six or seven months ago, I went and bought blue ChuckIt balls for him and it's incredible how well he can see them. Even in the pitch black, he can retrieve the ball at least 40-50 feet out. Try switching out your orange toys for blue or yellow and watch the improvement. .. TAG dog owners who needs to see this!
When you realize you had a little food stuck to your nose 👅💦
When you realize you had a little food stuck to your nose 👅💦
Good Morning from Las Vegas ✌🏼☀️🌴
Good Morning from Las Vegas ✌🏼☀️🌴
Who else loves runs to the @homedepot?? 😝🔨 #bullylife
Who else loves runs to the @homedepot?? 😝🔨 #bullylife 
Happy Thursday 😉😉 #bullylife
Wondering what’s for dinner 💭🥦🥒🥕
Wondering what’s for dinner 💭🥦🥒🥕
It’s tongue out everyday around here 🐶
It’s tongue out everyday around here 🐶