BSL - Breed Specific Legislation


In March of 2014, I attended the One Million Pibble March in Washington DC. This was truly an amazing uplifting experience. I had not been exposed to BSL until a very unfortunate incident with one of my rescue dogs who had since been adopted into a loving home. Mack, the dog I speak of was visting in a town where there was BSL. Mack got into an incident with another dog , Mack was confiscated and killed two days later. I'll never forget Mack's owner calling me crying to tell me the sad news. To this day, it truly upsets me to think that Mack , such a wonderful dog was killed due to his appearance and breed. Mack was vilainized by the local media in the town he was killed in and made to be a "monster"... In the future I plan to be more involved with the advocacy  of this beautiful amazing breed by getting some of my rescue certified as "Good Canine Citizens".. I also plan to become more involved with the fight against BSL and the discrimination that haunts the bully breeds.
These photos below are Mack, he was a very  handsome boy. Never forgotten, always loved...