Wow, I think that is great! I rescued a pit off the side of the road. He was just sitting on the side of the road next to a dump. I told my husband to stop the vehicle now. He pulled off and I slowly got out of the vehicle and knelt next to the door. I called here puppy and to my amazement, he came running. You could see every rib and vertebre and he was filthy and covered with wounds. We brought him home and he was initially very protective of his food, but in no time became buds with my male rotti. Unfortunatly, the vet said he had advanced stage of heartworms and there was no hope. We took him home and gave him the best 6 months of his life. He was such a sweet and loving dog. I wish I could have found him sooner when he had a chance. Noone can believe that I had an intact rott and an intact pitt living together with no problems. Hagan(pitt) was so subservent from being fought though. Towards the end his true personality shined through. At first all he wanted was to be in my lap or right under my feet, but he soon became independent and would leave me to play with the other dogs.