This is the 2nd night Buki spent with us.

Dog Needs a Home

On December 17th my husband saw our dog Buki on the KCRG Midday news. We immediately fell in love with the dog. We both called , keeping in secrect from the other, in regard to the dog. We picked him up the following Friday and he has been with us ever since.

The first picture was taken the second night Buki stayed with us. He just simply walked over and sat in the babies car seat. I have no idea why. The second picture is of my son playing on the floor with the big dog. Every boy needs a dog.

You can't look at these pictures and say a pitt-bull is a vicious breed. No one could ask for a sweeter and more gentle dog.

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Becky says ... on Monday, Aug 3 at 3:55 AM

I agree. Pitt bulls get a bad rap. Our lovely Zoey is a pitt/boxer mix and she's the sweetest dog. She loves the kids and is so kind and gentle with them.

kevin says ... on Friday, Jul 31 at 1:45 PM

wonderful! cute dog and lil boy. Thanks for rescuing him!!

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