The Brew City Pitties

American Pit Bull Terrier
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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Male

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

October 5th 2007

Rough housing with each other, chewing on bones

Not getting to play all day

Favorite Toy:
They all love bones.. bones.. and more bones!

Favorite Food:
Which food isn't their favorite? They're Pitties.. they love food in general!

Favorite Walk:
Around our neighborhood or at the Lakefront.

Arrival Story:
Well, as most of you know, we have been on Dogster for quite a while now..BOL! Dad finally decided to make a page for all of us together!

Forums Motto:
We are Pitties, hear us BARK!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Remembering Samuel Jacob on 4/4

The Prayer of a Pit Bull:
Spirit in the sky, who watches over all animals: It is in my prayer and my request that you grant greater understanding, and acceptance to humans; those who love us, and those that hate us That they will know how loyal we are, how brave we are, and how loving we are. Help them to accept us as a breed in whole, and not let the few tragedies shine brighter than the many great traits that we have. And those who would kill me, let them know, I forgive them, even though I don’t understand their hatred. And those who would beat me, let them know I still love them, even though it is not the honorable way. Thank you for all the strong traits that you have given to me, and my breed. Help those to know that I stand for courage, strength, loyalty, and bravery. And as my master already knows, let those who would come against my family know that I would surely die defending them. And just one last thing that I would ask: let my master know, that if you should call me away, that I will wait patiently at those pearly gates until the one that chose me, comes home. Amen

A Pit Bull's View on life:
Never pretend to be something you're not. Everyone knows you are a 70 pound lap dog, so don't pretend that you are not. If you have a stick in your mouth, you automatically switch to super overdrive, and will be compelled to run around like you are insane... If your people won't let you on the bed, cry, whine and look pathetic until they do, and if they don't, jump directly on vulnerable parts when they are sleeping. Be excessive, if they ask you to get a stick, bring back a tree, if they ask for a kiss, drench their face. If someone seems to not want to be friends, follow them around, stare at them, bark at them, cry, and if they are sitting, sit directly on them, and kiss them until they can't breath. Always sit where everyone is, and if they are in the same place, like the couch or bed, make sure to plop yourself in between them, and do not move. If they try to move you, be stubborn, dig in your heels, and if they do move you, refer to the rule above. If you want to add a little excitement to your something, the cat, squirrels, raccoons, see how your people come running and yelling. I have found that porcupines and skunks work exceptionally well, but don't ever catch them, or you'll end up in the bath tub or the vet's. Baths are always bad, unless someone is already in there, or it's with the hose or the water gun they think is punishment. Act as silly as you can when you do something wrong, and you should get away with it. The trick is to make them laugh... Work that tongue of yours...let them come close enough and then surprise them with a lick "snake's style" right on the mouth! Make sure to always go for the most comfortable couch in the house... even if it is already occupied. Same thing goes for your favorite lap. When it's in your best interest, always practice obedience, keeping a keen eye on the hand that holds the treat, unless there is something more interesting within 100 yards, then ignore everyone and focus entirely on the more interesting person/dog/thing to the point of reaching a trance state. Allow the experience of fresh air and the wind in your face to be pure ecstasy and prompt you to produce copious amounts of drool to leave on all interior car windows. Never miss the opportunity to cuddle with a loved one...

Pit Bulls: Real American Heros:

I've Been On Dogster Since:
October 5th 2007 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
Ziero - CGC,
Rest in peace
Dusty Dawg
"Mocha Java"
aka Java
"Rising Star"
aka Flash -

Meet my Pup Pals
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It's a Pittie's Life

Today's the day!

October 25th 2008 5:06 am
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Well pups, today is the day that all the work that Dad and his friend have put into the Luv-A-Bully March and Pit Bull Awareness Day event is going to come to a head.

They have been working on these events since the beginning of January in hopes of the day being great! So, far everything is leading to that being the case. There are a few snags that will most likely need to be fixed today, but this is always the case... how often does anything happen without unforseen problems?

Please keep Dad and his friend in your thoughts to help them have a positive day today!


Frustration with the system...

September 2nd 2008 1:55 pm
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So, today Dad has spent quite a bit of time on the phone trying to apply for a small personal loan to take care of a few things he needs done.

Good news: He got approved for the loan.

Not so good news: The lender needs some info about a couple of things that showed up on Dad's credit report that were supposed to have been paid off already (like 5 years ago) that are not shown as being paid. One of the places was really cool and co-operative with Dad and they are going to type up a letter saying that he paid his bill and has a zero balance with them. The other place is saying that they have no record whatsoever of him paying off the debt (even though the place garnished Dad's wages to get their money....). Now Dad is stuck trying to go between the employer that he was working for at the time of the garnishment who says they cannot find any paperwork or anything to the effect and the other place that says he never paid it either.

Dad knows that he paid this because he was working his butt off to pay the garnishment off quickly (it was paid in like 2 months in full), but now there is no record anywhere... He tried calling the payroll company that they used, and they wouldn't give him any information either, even about his own payroll.

Why does it have to be so hard to try to better yourself?


Fun event this coming weekend!

April 28th 2008 2:44 pm
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Hey Wisco pups!

If any of you are available this Saturday, Dad is going to be at this event with Ziero and some of his other freinds!

Title: Pet Expo
Start date:May 03
Start time:11:00 AM
End time:04:00 PM
Organizer:Brew City Small Dog Rescue
Location:4000 West Kinnickinnic River Parkway in Milwaukee
Jackson Park Pet Expo

Help support the Milwaukee Police K9 Unit with this fundraiser to generate proceeds for vests and equipment the K9 Unit so urgently needs.

Friendly pets are welcome and must be leashed and under control at all times.

It would be soooo cool to see a couple of you locals pups there!

Send Dad a pmail and we can figure out a way to contact each other.

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