American Pit Bull Terrier/Breed Unknown
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Home:Los Angeles, a  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-pound dog-dog rescue

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Arrival Story:
Trusty is a 9 months old boy, who was found wandering the streets, with no hair on his body. This is what happens when dogs have poor nutrition and lack of care. Trusty is so thankful for winding up at the shelter where they immediately contacted Karma Rescue to take him in. They saw his sweetness, they saw his disposition, they saw his past his skin condition. The shelter loves him so much, they offered to continue treating him even after we pulled him from the shelter. We know what they are talking about. Trusty is the most kindest dog. He loves everyone he meets, dogs and people. Greets you with a wagging tail.

UPDATE: Trusty has found his home! ! Please visit Karma Rescue's website for info on our adoption events and meet some other fine doggies.

Forums Motto:
I don't know you but I already love you

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 27th 2007 More than 9 years!

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My life

Man of mystery, me

February 27th 2007 1:42 pm
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My life is somewhat of a mystery to others. I will say this. I've been on the streets and through all of my travels, I've learned that humans are wonderful. I love people. They have fed me, taken care of me, given me medicine, and been just great. I wish there were some way I could repay humans for all of their love, but all I have is love to give back.

I ended up at the shelter where some dogs get scared and afraid. I've heard that shelters kill dogs. There were some dogs that were dragged away and never came back but I am an optimist, I prefer to think they found new homes. I felt scared for them, yet calm for myself that somehow I would be okay.

And sure enough, my nice friends at the shelter called Karma Rescue and they came and got me. The shelter employees, the ones who were so nice to me even though there are rumors they are not nice people (but I love them, I love all people) loved me so much that they offered to keep on giving me medical care even though I was no longer technically their "problem" when I got rescued. I've been told this is extremely rare and unusual. I've been told that if you meet me, you will understand exactly why they love me and would want to do this.

Right now I'm being boarded at a wonderful place with other dogs. I'm happy, I'm always happy, but you know what would just send me into ectasy? Being in a real HOME again, with people to snuggle with. Please consider meeting me at a Karma Rescue adoption event. If nothing else, I promise you a big smile and a tail wag!

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