yeah, she tried to convince the women the dog was better off, but the family was set on taking proper precautions to make sure the dog did not get out or have contact with anyone else. Didn't seem to me the dog would live in 8x8 cell, just when he went outside, but he lived with the family and did not show HA towards them. Although, I know any HA in this breed is a bad thing, just saying it showed a side rarely seen.
I like when they show these types of situations so people don't think advocates of the dog realistically believe EVERY dog could be saved, you know. She also said her behaviorist was continuing working with the family and the uphill battle if I remember correctly. I also read her blog about the shows so I sometimes get what was on TV and what I read confused, lol. Also, Tia is the trainer and she seems to know and love and respect every dog as an individual, not just pit bulls.
back to the original comment though, there is a higher rate of blue dogs with bad breeding in her area, I will look for the article I had read, but I would say in southern cali thats the color pit bull of choice these days (seems around my neighborhood too and I am wayyy on the other coast lol) More around, more dogs to breed, therefore more instances to suffer bad breeding and bad raps. Not that they are genetically engineered that way, but I don't know much about it. Just seems weird to blame a color, IMO.