Pits and Giggles working to help negative stigmas of Pit Bulls

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (QC Life) - After learning about Kennel to Couch, which was inspired by a Pit Bull, QC@3 wanted to take a closer look at the breed which tends to face some negative stigma.

Amanda Forsythe, the president and founder of Pits and Giggles Rescue explained why Pit Bulls get a bad reputation.

She says Pit Bulls are actually great companions and talks about their characteristics.

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