Of the slightly more than 100 dogs currently at the Beaufort County Animal Shelter, almost 90 percent of them at pit bulls or pit mixes as their reputation as a dangerous dog and restrictions on the breed make them difficult to adopt out.
Of the slightly more than 100 dogs currently at the Beaufort County Animal Shelter, almost 90 percent of them at pit bulls or pit mixes as their reputation as a dangerous dog and restrictions on the breed make them difficult to adopt out. Staff photo
Of the slightly more than 100 dogs currently at the Beaufort County Animal Shelter, almost 90 percent of them at pit bulls or pit mixes as their reputation as a dangerous dog and restrictions on the breed make them difficult to adopt out. Staff photo

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