Sue Nami, the Charm School Graduate

 Remember this girl? She is now a charm school graduate, certified adoptable from a trainer who guarantees to take the pit bull out of a pit bull. She is available for adoption and will return to Maranatha Farm until she finds a home.

Sue Nami Xmas 2010



5 Responses to “Sue Nami, the Charm School Graduate”

  1. Leo Says:

    How come I yet have doubts about a pit bull? Humans have tinkered with other animal breeding for centuries. Cattle have been bred to give more milk. Is it possible to ask one suddenly to give less? Horses have been bred for strength. Can you suddenly train one to be weak? Cats have been bred into all sorts of ridiculous shapes and sizes. Can you readily ask them to change? Pit bulls have been bred to fight and be agressive. Can anyone change what is bred into them? I think not.


  2. Becky Says:

    I have always understood that pit bulls are “trained” to be aggressive, and not “bred” that way. So therefore I believe it all depends on their raisin’, and not their genes. My friend at work declares her pit to be a babydoll, and I have no reason not to believe her.


    • ruthrawls Says:

      Some of us have the tendency to be aggressive without training or breeding. It just seems to happen.
      Most pit bulls I have met are charming, docile animals. Sue Nami was not aggressive. She loved cats, kids, and other dogs. She had an aggressive moment over a milk-bone that another dog was enjoying. Nobody got hurt, but that was the time to take action, not wait for a later moment.


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