Rescuing a Pit Bull who just wanted to be loved

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Eldad Hagar of Hope For Paws recently rescued a meek pit bull from a Los Angeles residential neighborhood where children pelted the dog with rocks. Buddha, as he is now called, is in foster care and can be adopted from Ace of Hearts Dog Rescue.

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  1. These people are absolutely amazing…at what they do to save these dogs. All of his videos make me cry. He has so much patients and love for these animals ….wish there 100’s if not 1000’s of more like him.

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  2. What a great thing to do! It is soo sad to think about how mean and cruel people can be! We have got to keep to battling the negative reputation that Pitbulls have. There are millions of Pitbulls that are in need of loving, caring homes, but the negative reputation of their breed is keeping them from finding forever homes. Let’s keep spreading the word and let’s keep helping reverse the reputation of this loving breed!

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  3. Poor Ambully! I’m happy that Eldad found him! He definitely has a brighter future ahead of him. I hope he gets adopted by a loving family. He looks like a really mellow dog, he doesn’t mind cats at all!

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  4. Parents listen up….TEACH your kids to do what is right and that is to respect all animals and humans….what is not right is not knowing where,who,what your kid is doing and abusing an animal is WRONG and you are to be blamed and punished along w/your kids…Thank God that Buddha was rescued and taken care of. We have rescued a pit bull that looked like he was used as a bait dog, now he is in our home and is so sweet. And for the people that watched and saw this happening or know who the kids are, step up the plate also, let the parents know..

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  5. I had the pleasure of sharing a house with my tenant’s pit bull, the sweetest animal you could imagine, meek and submissive to a fault. The idea of someone mistreating her just turns my stomach, so this story hits me close to home. I hope Buddha gets a chance to live with a family that appreciates him. These animals have an amazing reservoir of affection, and they share it with their owners every minute of every day of their lives. What kind of evil people could abuse that privilege?

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