October is Pit Bull Awareness Month and our two pibbles, Lana and Victory, make sure we are very aware of their every desire. Whether it’s their heated beds, making sure they always have a blanket and a pillow, retrieving the ball that inevitably rolls under the couch, or ensuring they get to eat only the best food available 😉, these lucky dogs are living their best life. Unfortunately, so many of their fellow pit bulls do not get a fair chance at having a good life. We’re dedicated to changing the negative perceptions and stereotypes about bully breed dogs, commonly lumped together under the umbrella term “pit bulls.” For example, they are not naturally aggressive as they have been portrayed by the media. Every year the American Temperament Testing Society (ATTS) tests more than 240 dog breeds. Pit Bull-type dogs consistently achieve a passing score that is as good or better than other popular breeds.