VET STREET COVERS THE MILLION PIBBLE MARCH!

More than 2,000 people from across the United States and Canada gathered at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, May 3, for the One Million Pibble March, a rally to speak out against Pit Bull discrimination and abuse. Supporters carrying signs and banners with messages like “Educate Don’t Discriminate,” “Keep Calm and Love Pit Bulls” and “Ban Ignorance, Not Our Dogs” marched from five locations in D.C. and converged at the Capitol to lend their voices to the cause. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE!!!
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ONE MILLION PIBBLE MARCH IN HUFFPO!!!

Pit bull lovers gathered at the U.S. Capitol on Saturday for a demonstration against “Breed-specific legislation” — laws that ban or otherwise restrict ownership of dogs by breed, most often aimed at pit bulls. “Thank you for coming today,” shouted comedian Rebecca Corry, who organized theMillion Pibble March — “pibble” being the affectionate name for pitties — on behalf of her dog Angel, who’d been severely abused by a previous owner. TO READ MORE CLICK HERE!!!
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PRESS: Thousands rally at U.S. Capitol in support of pit bulls

FOR MORE PHOTOS CLICK HERE!!! On Saturday, thousands of people gathered at the U.S. Capitol in support of pit bull terriers – commonly referred to as Pibbles – at the first ever One Million Pibble March. The event was organized by comedian Rebecca Corry (Comedy Central, King of Queens, Last Comic Standing). Corry, a Kent, Wash. native and founder of the Stand Up for Pits Foundation, worked tirelessly to organize the event, which was held on the West Lawn of Capitol. Though the name of the march is “One Million Pibble,” only humans were allowed. They carried signs expressing their feelings about pit
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Thousands to rally at U.S. Capitol in support of pit bulls

On Saturday, thousands of people will gather at the U.S. Capitol to give pit bull terriers – commonly referred to as Pibbles – a voice during the first everOne Million Pibble March. The event is organized by comedian Rebecca Corry (Comedy Central, King of Queens, Last Comic Standing). Corry, a Kent, Wash. native and founder of the Stand Up for Pits Foundation, has worked tirelessly to organize the event, which will be held on the West Lawn of Capitol on Saturday from 12:30 – 2 pm. TO READ MORE CLICK HERE!!!
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