Thanks for the advice. The


Thanks for the advice. The shelter I want to adopt from doesn’t know the dogs temperaments very well, the only reason I picked them is because they are a high-kill shelter. The pits there right now have been there longer than the other dogs. Even dogs with problems tend to get adopted before the pits do unless they are puppies.(I have to say though, they have some good looking pits!)

I found some I want to commit to right now but unfortunately we have to move first our apartment complex has breed restrictions, the pit mix down the hall happens to look more like a terrier. (Our breed restrictions are really dumb, you can have German Shepard and Bulldogs, but not Rottweilers, Chow Chows or Pitbulls.)