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15 Pit Bull Pages You Need To Like On Facebook

October is Pit Bull Awareness Month! Spread the pittie love cause it's ruff out there for the breed.

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1. For The Love of Ruby

Facebook: fortheloveofruby

Ruby was rescued by the Utah Animal Advocacy Foundation on Dec. 10, 2013, when she was only five days old. She was born with a severe cleft lip and palate which made it impossible for her to nurse. On Mar. 25 she had her cleft palate repaired but her lip remains untouched. Check out her page for adorable videos and info on how she's paying it forward (with help from her mom) by helping other dogs in need.

2. Ari Would Go

Facebook: fortheloveofruby

She's one of Ruby's rescue friends. Ari (short for Aroha) was born with a spinal deformity that limits the use of her left hind leg but that hasn't stopped her. She's rockin' her wheelchair and working her way toward becoming a therapy dog.

4. Tank the Therapy Dog

Facebook: 527060144061365

A block head with a big heart to match. From children to the elderly, Tank has more than enough love to go around and he's doing just that, visiting hospitals as a volunteer therapy dog. Oh and there are also several photos of him with booties on for extra cuteness.


7. Villalobos Rescue

Facebook: VillalobosRescueCenter

The center, located in Louisiana, is featured on Animal Planet's Pit Bulls & Parolees. It is the largest pit bull shelter in the U.S., with approximately 150 to 200 dogs and counting. Check out sweet rescue stories and keep a look out for posts on dogs featured on the show. Tia Torres is the ultimate pit bull mama.


9. Mac the Pit Bull

Facebook: macthepitbull

"I suffered through a big photo shoot yesterday with mom so she can have stuff to post of me while she is gone. WILL WORK FOR TREATS!!!! Love, MacOverworked"

When he was rescued he was three months old and weighed four pounds. Now he's three years old and raising funds for other pits in need through his Etsy shop where 100% of proceeds go toward Mac's Fund. All the posts are written from his perspective.

10. Hope for Bella

Facebook: HopeForBellaV

Makeup artist Sarah Spier found Bella while hiking in the woods in Idaho. Bella had been beaten, shot, and she'd had a litter of pups that were never found. Bella, who is blind in her right eye, was adopted by Spier who now chronicles Bella's adventures and recovery in the hopes of inspiring others to rescue abused and abandoned pit bulls.

12. Wilson the Bombdiggety

Facebook: 599327346846197

He'd been hit by a car when a good Samaritan found him and took him to the hospital where it was discovered he had third-degree chemical burns on his back. He finally found a home on Oct. 9 after fully recovering and with each post proves why he's the bombdiggety.


13. The Positive Pit Bull

Facebook: 282575600129

The North Carolina-based rescue, who helped find a home for Wilson, aims to decrease the rate of pit bull euthanasia in the area. Their bio says it all: "We want the pit bull to be recognized as America's Dog once again because they still are, in fact."

14. Bad Rap


The organization, based in Oakland,CA, was ranked by industry experts as one of the top high-impact nonprofits working on a local/state level for Local Animal Welfare, Rights, & Protection. They are known for their educational efforts that have helped change the perception of the breed.

15. Angel City Pit Bulls

Facebook: angelcitypitbulls

They aim to reduce the number of pit bull terriers in animal shelters by increasing adoptions, educating the community to increase owner retention, and participating in spay/neuter programs. They are part of the No Kill Los Angeles Coalition that aims to stop the killing of healthy animals in shelters by 2017.

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