American Bulldog/American Pit Bull Terrier
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Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Quick Bio:

May 4th 1998

Bodysurfing at the beach, playing tug w/ other dogs, agility class, and Lab friend Ebony

Poe the Cat

Favorite Toy:
Large, stuffed tarantula

Favorite Food:
McDonalds, Carl's Jr and steak, steak steak. Just discovered beef jerky!

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere new

Best Tricks:
Getting us to give him more treats

Arrival Story:
I found Oscar! He was a full-grown stray wandering the USC campus (Los Angeles) looking for food.

Oscar was starving, dehydrated, tick-infested... not in good shape... and many signs of abuse and neglect. However, Oscar overcame all his past difficulties and is now a healthy, happy, well-adjusted dog. Oscar is affectionate, fiercely loyal, intelligent and inherently calm & gentle. I am forever grateful!

Forums Motto:
I am not a pig.

The Groups I'm In:
****Staffies & Bullie breeds forever****, Bully Ed 101, All Dogs of California, Ban Stupid Legislation, bsl lies about dogs and laws, Bullies are Good Dogs, Bully Breeds & BSL, California Pitts, Delaware area Pit Bull Terriers.. The best dogs on earth!, Dogster and Catster All Paws Bulletin!, Dont Bully My Breed, for the luv of the bully breed, Love My Pit Bull!!, My 3 Pits & Friends, NO BSL CHICAGO!!!, Orange County Canines, Orange County mutts, PIT BULL HOT SPOT, Pit Bull Lovers, pitbull room, Pits "R" Us, Precious Pits, Pretty Pitts, Purrty Pitties, The NFL Fan Club, We love our APBTs, ~Royal Pits~

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis

Oscar is my 1st dog and I found him as a full-grown stray. I was not a "dog person, " had no special training, and did not even know he was a pitbull! It was astounding that this intelligent, loving, gentle dog was the same breed so continuously maligned and persecuted by media and discriminatory laws and practices. So much untrue sensationalism -- forging ignorance, fear-mongering, and harmful stereotypes. It breaks my heart to think of all the other "Oscars" out there who do not get a chance.

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May 5th 2006 More than 10 years!

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Oscar Diary

Stem Cell Therapy

April 18th 2009 1:45 pm
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Oscar is scheduled for stem cell therapy on May 6, 2009. He is 12 y/o now and has severe arthritis in his elbows, knees and hips. We are very hopeful as there's been a lot of positive press and outcomes reported w. this therapy -- high success rate, no side effects, long lasting, and of course, would negate (or reduce) the chronic use of NSAIDs or other drugs. Of course, we are also anxious as we do not know anyone who has done this relatively new procedure for dogs.

We searched through Dogster, but could not find any first hand accounts! Hopefully, we will be a success story. So, if anyone is considering this procedure for their own dog and would like a first hand account, I would be happy to impart any helpful info I can. We reside in Orange County, Southern California.
Sue & Oscar


Anti-BSL Calendar - Oscar is a Cover Dog!

November 26th 2007 3:07 pm
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Oscar has just been choosen for the 2008, "Good Dogs," Anti-BSL Calendar -- he's the cover dog for the large sized edition! I certainly don't mind plugging these great calendars because it is my understanding that a percentage of the proceeds will directly benefit the anti-BSL cause!

Sold at CafePress: http://www.cafepress.com/howlywood

Sue & Oscar


Good Anti-BSL Organization

November 26th 2007 3:00 pm
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For a wonderful and dedicated anti-BSL organization, please check out:

ROVERLUTION at www.ROVERlution.org

They are the ones behind the annual, multi-city, LUV-A-BULLY Marches promoting positive breed image and fighting against BSL.

Started by local (Brea, CA) veterinarian, Paula Terifaj, Roverlution is a completely grass roots movement made up of dog owners who are against discriminatory laws and practices.

Sue & Oscar

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