Little Darling's PinUps for Pitbulls
Bensie Boy's Featured Rescue Organization
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March is “Lucky Dog Days” at BensieBoy Pet Supply
Benson, BensieBoy Pet Supply’s namesake, has designated March, known best for Saint Patrick’s Day, for all Pitbulls to receive the Luck of the Irish and get their own fur-ever homes!
To celebrate and promote his pitbull friends, we humans are teaming up with Little Darling’s Pinups for Pitbulls, to raise more awareness of the shear awesomeness of all pitbulls.
Benson got his “lucky dog day” when he became a “foster failure.” Meaning his human family, after taking him in as a foster, fell in love and well, they are now his fur-ever.
And since Benson knows the joy of having his own family, his goal is to let more people know that fostering and adopting a pit pup of your own could be the best thing you’ve ever done — Without a doubt you will be blessed in ways you could never imagine!
To help Little Darling’s Pinups for Pitbulls teach everyone that we have to stop the senseless abuse and euthanizing of pitbulls, BensieBoy will donate 10% of ALL SALES during the month of March of their signature BensieBoy Doggie Waste Bags and Holder, and their Vet Aid Spray and Foam on Amazon.com to Little Darling’s Pinups for Pitbulls.
Benson couldn’t help getting in on the fun and posing for his own pinup! So, won’t you help Benson and us save more Pits?
Pinups for Pitbulls, Inc. (PFPB) was founded in 2005 by Deirdre ‘Little Darling’ Franklin. Deirdre was tired of finding that so-called rescues and shelters were euthanizing healthy, friendly, and adoptable animals due to their alleged “breed”, and so she utilized her background in modeling and education in fine arts to create a calendar like no other–eye-catching pinup girls and their pups, paying close attention to detail and era appropriate style along the way.
Since 2005, PFPB has continued its progress and has grown exponentially into the internationally recognized organization it is today.