September 28, 2010 – Hour 1

Pit bulls are often at the center of controversy, from illegal dog fighting to the occasional dog attack.  Can fighting dogs be rehabilitated?  Joining us this hour to talk about pit bulls are: Caroline Griffin - Chair of the Baltimore Mayor's anti-animal abuse task force Tami Gosheff - Head of Mid-Atlantic Bully Buddies, a rescue organization

Pit bulls are often at the center of controversy, from illegal dog fighting to the occasional dog attack.  Can fighting dogs be rehabilitated?  Joining us this hour to talk about pit bulls are:

Caroline Griffin – Chair of the Baltimore Mayor’s anti-animal abuse task force

Tami Gosheff – Head of Mid-Atlantic Bully Buddies, a rescue organization

Paul Miller – Executive Director of the Humane Society of Washington County

For more on pit bulls, read Melissa Wyse’s article in this month’s issue of Urbanite Magazine.

On Saturday, October 9th, stop by Give Pitts a Chance, which will be held from 1 – 4 pm at the Du Burns arena.  You can learn more about adoption, fostering a pet, or supporting animal rescue efforts.  Visit Mid-Atlantic Bully Buddies for more information.

Written by Marc Steiner

Marc Steiner

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