Sir Patrick Stewart meets his new foster dog, a rescued Pit Bull and falls in love with him straight away!
Sir Patrick Stewart is a British actor famous for his roles in Star Trek and X-Men. He just shared an adorable video of him meeting his new foster pup Ginger, and it is just pure emotion. The new puppy is actually a pit bull, and it is the first dog of this particular breed for Stewart and his beloved partner.
Celebrities adopting pit bulls are a really powerful force against the prevailing prejudice associated especially with these dogs. They are often mistakenly considered overly aggressive and not really worthy of love. The message of this video is really clear. Rescue dogs are really sweet, and they can melt even the heart of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. So go ahead and adopt, do not buy.
Sir Patrick Stewart, an famous actor from Star Trek and X-Men, just shared the most adorable video, check it out!
The American Pit Bull Terrier is a companion and actually a family dog breed. Their tenacity, gameness, and also courage make them very popular competitors in the sports of weight pulling, agility, and obedience competition too. So called “pit bull” is not actually a breed. It is a term to describe the American Pit Bull Terrier, the Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, and also the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
American Pit Bull Terriers are not a really good choice for people who can give them little or no attention at all. They need to have the proper training and socialization when they are young to overcome the breed’s tendencies toward stubbornness and bossiness. Your American Pit Bull Terrier has to be on a leash while in public to prevent aggression toward other dogs. It is not a really good idea to let these dogs run loose in dog parks. While they might not start a fight, they will never back down from one. That can often result in a fight to the finish. All in all they are wonderful pets and have great personality and get along great with kids. They will always protect you and your family. They must get the proper training and socialization so they will not become aggressive.