A small New Jersey-based nonprofit, The Real Pit Bull, says it has trained and socialized a former “fighting dog” who is now ready for a new home. Sedona, a pit bull that lived with hundreds of other animals before being rescued, is the first dog to be available through the organization’s fledgling adoption program.
“It’s pretty sad to think somebody might not have given her a chance just based on the breed she is,” said Mary Harwelik, founder and executive director of The Real Pit Bull.
A discussion about the nonprofit’s work includes some concerns from NJ.com users, which drew response from the a user who claims to represent the organization itself.
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