Babygirl - American Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Written by DAN LUBNIEWSKI (CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.)
Published on: January 3rd, 2014

Babygirl - American Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Posting a few of my rescue stories gives me the feeling that I am doing what God would of wanted me to do rather than just turn my back and walk away without at least trying to help them. Sometimes my rescues may not appear to be that big of a thing. But I wonder what would have happened if I had not have jumped in and tried to help these animals in distress at the time. I know it is really dangerous at times but I think we have a responsibility to try to help them if it is at all possible. Since moving to Dallas Texas  " July 9, 2013 "  I have created kind of a mad house around my home because I feed and put out water for all the homeless and neglected dogs in the area. But it is very rewarding and sometimes walking my dogs there will be six dogs tagging along. My dogs enjoy life so much more now because they wrestle and play with so many of the dogs that come here daily. About a week ago a big dog came in my yard that I did not know. He immediately let me pet him and then for no reason he attacked my pitbull Babygirl. I am extremely protective of my family and kicked at him a couple times and he would not stop. So I grabbed a stick about 5 ft. long and about 2 inch's wide and smacked his butt one time with it and Thank God he ran off instead of biting me. I would be the last person on earth to ever hurt any animal under normal circumstances but in this case I had no other options. There is a big Rottweiler that comes here to eat almost everyday. Actually he ate 4 bowls of food tonight and was very hungry. I pet him sometimes and he never acts aggressive to me or my dogs. But tonight I went next door to give a couple light bulbs to my neighbor and he started going up her ramp to her front door with me. She has a German Shepherd on the porch and all hell almost broke out. So before they got into a big fight I screamed at the Rottweiler chasing him off the ramp. Only God knows how bad they might have hurt each other if I had not stopped it. I have also broke up other big dogs fighting lately and I can honestly say  my Guardian Angel has been protecting me. It's funny really with all the big dogs I have gotton away with breaking up there fights. On Christmas Eve I had dinner at a neighbors and was cleaning matter off her little dogs eyes. When I got through the stinker thanked me by biting my lip. But that was much better than any of these big dogs I have taken on lately turning on me. If anyone out there has a injured pigeon or needs advice. Please contact me - animalrescuer131@yahoo.com - 214 - 2721545   Thanks, Dan Lubniewski - Birdman of long beach.    

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