In February, 2006, I got another white dog- Annie. She was going to be gassed at a shelter when I said I would adopt her. She was just a bag of bones and had horrific skin infections. She
and Jazz hit it off immediately.

Then in August of 2006, after I had gotten involved with Dogo Argentino rescue, I was called about a Dogo in Maryland who had been left tied to a tree on the hottest day in July with no
water. The Animal Control Officers offered to drive him to New Jersey where I lived. When I met them, the dog hopped out of the car. The sight I saw made me sit down on the curb
laughing hysterically. This white dog was much smaller than a Dogo and had on a green babushka!

Pit Bulls have eyes that dance and hearts that love unconditionally. Can you open your heart and mind to giving one of these special creatures a forever home?

Renee Dzamko
Peanut's Place Bully Rescue
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For those unfamiliar with animal rescue and/ or transport, it's a life experience that everyone should touch on at least one time in their life. Some are compelled to
make it a full time career and devote their lives to the welfare and betterment of animals. These are their words...
The phone rang- it was my son Tony. “Mom, can I bring home a puppy?” “Of course”, I said. Two months
earlier we had to put our beloved Sparky, a 13 year old Great Dane, to sleep. We had been so sad since
then and when he called to ask about the pup, my spirit brightened instantly.

I couldn’t wait to see her. When she arrived, I saw a tiny white bundle of fur- she was just four weeks old and
the cutest thing I’d ever seen. I was immediately in love with her and we decided to name her Peanut.

When Tony moved out 3 years later, he took my beloved Peanut. Oh, how we had fights about that! But he
had bought a house with his fiancée and son and wanted Peanut with them. I was devastated and went on a
search for another dog.

Enter Jazz. He was white like Peanut but had a brown spot on his fanny. I adopted him from a shelter in
Delaware . I was driving a truck at the time and Jazz went to work with me everyday. He loved riding in that
truck and all the other drivers couldn’t wait to see him everyday.
I have been involved in animal rescue for 10 yrs., although we have been
rescuing animals all my life.  I have been doing rescue transport for most of that
time.  In June 2007, Lisa Mendelsberg and I started Colorado Animal Rescue
Express (C.A.R.E.)
We transport homeless animals, mostly dogs, and some cats, from high kill
shelters, in areas where they are not likely to be adopted.  We ring them to breed
specific  and all breed rescues here in Colorado.

I do not feel that transport is a solution to this country's pet overpopulation
problem.  The answer lies in education and of course, in spay/neuter. C.A.R.E. is
helping to financially support many spay/neuter clinics and events in rural
Colorado and in the Midwest towns that we transport from. I do feel however, that
until the problems are lessened, there is a need to transport homeless animals
from places where they are not wanted, to places where they have an opportunity
to be adopted into a loving family.

Linda Fox
Colorado Animal Rescue Express
The ACO’s had named him Elvis. Well, Elvis moved right on in with Jazz, Annie and me.  The four of us had a ball. The dogs were a hit with
all the neighborhood kids who would come over to ask if the dogs could come out and play.
When the UPS man used to deliver a package, he always came inside to play with the dogs for a few minutes.. We used to go for walks
together and no one was a stranger to these dogs. They would roll over on their backs begging for belly rubs. We would sleep in bed at night
with Elvis snuggled in under my armpit, Jazz, after a little snuggling, at the end of the bed and Annie, after having washed my entire face
until my pores were almost removed from my face, snuggled in near my belly.
They woke up in the morning full of absolute joy and it was contagious! We were a happy crew and I felt truly blessed.
These were the friendliest, happiest dogs who only wanted to please me. Now, you ask, what kind of dogs are these wonderful, affectionate,
happy, friendly dogs? The greatest breed on earth- Pit Bulls!

Although I hadn’t known anything about Pits when I first got Peanut, I soon learned about the breed including the fact that they used to be
the number one family dog and were known as the “nanny” dog because they would “babysit”  the children of the family. Even though mine
are very special to me, they are typical of the breed.

In 2006 I moved with Jazz, Annie and Elvis to a ranch in Colorado . In 2007 Tony called me to tell me that Peanut was very sick. The
following week she died from complications of Cushing’s disease. I just laid in my bed and cried and cried. I didn’t even notice when Jazz,
Annie and Elvis climbed up in the bed with me. They were not their regular bouncy selves. They knew I was grieving and they just all
snuggled up with me and let me cry. They wouldn’t leave my side and, of course, Annie had to wash away the tears rolling down my face.
They comforted me in a way I could never have imagined. I had so much grief and I knew I had to do something to redirect the anguish so
I started Peanut’s Place- a rescue for Pit Bulls. They had brought me so much love and happiness so I decided to pay it forward by saving as
many of these wonderful dogs that I possibly can. I am also working diligently to overturn all Breed Specific Legislation that seems to have
overtaken many cities in this nation. I will do everything I can to educate people about Pit Bulls and eradicate the ignorance of the
legislators who are uneducated about this breed. Any dog can be taught to be mean- it doesn’t matter what the breed- but it’s a lot harder
with a Pit Bull. Aggression towards people is not in their nature.
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