It's not a dog, it's a Pit Bull..
by Raju Ray
Sancho and my wife
My 5 years old Pit Bull is named Sancho. I named him Sancho because I thought he looked big and goofy. (In my language, that's what Sancho means). I later found out that Sancho is actually a term used by prisoners to describe the guy their partner may be cheating with while they are serving time. (Well, you're probably better off looking that word up).
Anyway, a few years after buying Sancho off from a couple of crack heads in my neighborhood, I moved to Hawaii to finally get married and be together with my long term fiancee. The two loved each other from the start. He follows her around every corner of the house. He never likes to be any further than two feet away.
The most gentle dog I know but at the same time, when it's time to play, he does his sprints right in the middle of the living room. He also learned how to swim in the ocean on his first try.
I didn't know what to expect when we brought our first born son to the house 7 months ago; I was really nervous. Sancho was very curious about the little creature we brought home but after smelling him for awhile and seeing how much we cared for the baby, he understood this was something very important to us. S0, naturally, he became the world class nanny he is meant to be. He's very gentle with our son and always near by.
I can never say enough good things about this breed. I don't think I'd ever settle for any other breed other than my pitties. Love my Pitties. To see how gentle and smart these dogs are, go to peaceloveandpitbulls.org and check out his videos.
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