Bringing Home Baby – Tips to Ensure a Successful Baby & Dog Household

Feb 19, 2013 | No Comments

The most important aspect of positive interactions between children and dogs is supervision. Never leave your child of any age unattended with any dog. Most dog bite incidents involving children were unsupervised. Crate your dog or put her in another room if you cannot directly supervise them (even to go to the bathroom). Prepare well […]

Top 10 Terms & Phrases to Reconsider

Jan 24, 2013 | No Comments

Just like everything our dogs do is scrutinized to the 100th degree, so is everything that Pit Bull owners and supporters say. With this in mind, I present the TOP TEN TERMS & PHRASES TO RECONSIDER as a Pit Bull Advocate (in no particular order): (1) “My Pit Bull doesn’t know he’s a Pit Bull, […]

Our Responsible Pit Bull Owner’s Pledge

Jan 20, 2013 | No Comments

I pledge to never make excuses for my dog. If my dog exhibits any behavioral issues, I will address them quickly and consult professionals when needed. I pledge to not breed my dog because he/she is “cute”, “nice”, “has a big head”, because I need to pay bills, or any other reason commonly cited by […]

Rehoming

Jan 8, 2013 | No Comments

To some, there are only a few very select scenarios in which it would be acceptable to rehome a dog. We believe that ALL dogs should be wanted, loved, and happy and we realize that not every dog is the right fit for every family. Whatever your reason for wanting to find a new home […]

“It’s [Not] All in How You Raise Them”

“It’s [Not] All in How You Raise Them”

Nov 21, 2012 | 9 Comments

It’s tough being a Pit Bull advocate.  Not only are the dogs you love attacked by media hysteria, ignorance, and faulty logic, but the humans behind the dogs are attacked as well. We’re stereotyped to be criminals, thugs, uneducated; the list goes on and on. This is why it is so very important that we […]

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