By Shorty Rossi, SJ Hodges
Luigi Francis Shorty Rossi, the tough-talking, fedora-wearing celebrity of Animal Planet’s hit express Pit Boss, could stand simply 4 toes tall yet that hasn’t stopped him from dwelling huge, turning into a profitable businessman and an outspoken recommend for pit bulls, the main misunderstood breed of puppy within the world.
A 3rd iteration dwarf, ex-gang member, and ex-con, Shorty understands what it’s wish to be misunderstood and during this candid memoir, he stocks his own tale for the 1st time. not anyone anticipated Shorty to stay not to mention prevail, and but he has, overcoming each problem, from an abusive domestic to the violent streets and gangs of South crucial l. a., to the infamous mobilephone blocks of Folsom criminal the place he was once imprisoned for tried murder.
After 10 years, 10 months, and 10 days in the back of bars, Shorty won his freedom and the opportunity to place his entrepreneurial and negotiation talents to the attempt. He reduce the ribbon on his personal enterprise, Shortywood, with 3 targets: to show his existence round, act as a expertise agent for little humans and identify and fund charities that recommend for, rescue and position deserted or abused pit bulls into secure homes. within the strategy, he grew to become a reality-TV famous person. Now, with Hercules, his rescued pit bull and newly informed carrier puppy via his part, Shorty maintains to save lots of pits from the basements and backyards of breeders and abusers whereas taking up new or even greater demanding situations. And not anything is gonna stand in his way.
Shorty Rossi is 4 toes tall—and emerging.
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