Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

The Cries Of A Chained Pit Bull Made This Hero Take The Law Into His Own Hands.

Tank did not have any mental or physical stimulation. His angst was taking over him.

Steffen then used years of knowledge and expertise as a force-free trainer and freed Tank from his chain. It took him an hour and several hotdogs to get the snarling and scared dog to trust him.

Tank did not have any mental or physical stimulation. His angst was taking over him.

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The Army veteran (82nd Airborne) and a devoted father, told Tank, "Let’s go do stuff–let’s go be a dog."

The duo spent the next hour on a long walk where Tank would stop frequently to smell the flowers. "And I was inclined to let him," Steffen says. Although he already has four rescued pit bulls, two rescued Dobermans, and a house full of foster dogs, Steffen couldn't ignore Tank.

The Army veteran (82nd Airborne) and a devoted father, told Tank, "Let’s go do stuff–let’s go be a dog."

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Steffen’s efforts and Tank’s positive response renewed his owner’s interest in him.

Tank was sent back to live with owners but off of his chain this time. They took care of him until he was neutered and ready for a foster home. Steffen in the meantime, continued training Tank. A local rescue took over the matter from there and began looking for a forever home for Tank.

Steffen’s efforts and Tank’s positive response renewed his owner’s interest in him.

Steffen Baldwin / Facebook

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