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“3 to 6 months. With kidneys as bad as his… I’d prepare if I were you.” It’s difficult to hear this about your dog when he’s been at your side for years — and even harder with our 14-month-old pit pup, Elliot. The vet meant well, but “prepare” sounded like a call to reduce our brown-furred, freckled, jowl-laden, enthusiastic dog to a condition and ticking clock.
IT'S OFFICIAL - the ASICS LA Marathon goes to the dogs! We are so pleased to announce that Angel City Pit Bulls has been selected as an official charity partner of the 2014 ASICS Los Angeles Marathon on March 9, 2014.
There are two things about me that have been consistent throughout my life….I’m NOT a dog person and I HATE running. But…these last five years of life have provided a whirlwind of changes. I hate to label life changes as good or bad …any change in life leads us to where we are supposed to be. Nonetheless, it’s difficult NOT to put a label on shifts in my personality that led me to two of the greatest loves my life.
When I first met Sherlock at Upland Animal Services he had a little energy to spare. Nothing out of the ordinary for a young shelter dog, but it was clear that being confined in a kennel was not doing him much good. Tongue out, eyes wide open, barking anxiously, Sherlock was stressed and he needed some time outside the kennel.
Even though summer is supposed to be coming to an end, in true California fashion, it’s just starting to heat up. When the temperatures are on the rise, we like to get creative by giving our foster dogs frozen treats as special snacks.

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