10 Reasons Why You Found a Dog

Mar 26, 2015 | No Comments

Many well-meaning folks will find a dog and then jump to some pretty heinous conclusions about how the dog ended up needing to be found in the first place. If you’ve found a dog, first please read our post on What To Do If You’ve Found a Dog And then check out some reasons that may […]

For Parents: Teaching Kids Safe Interactions with Unknown Dogs

Oct 10, 2014 | No Comments

Post by Pit Bulls Against Misinformation. I made the above post a few days ago on our facebook page and was honestly quite shocked that so few people seemed to understand the problem so I’m going to take the time to go into more detail here. ALWAYS RESPECT THE PERSONAL BOUNDARIES OF OTHERS Each dog handler […]

All You Need to Know About Break Sticks

Aug 2, 2014 | No Comments

A break stick is a tool used to break up a fight between dogs of any breed where one dog has a firm grip and hold on the other dog. A break stick should ONLY be used to remove a dog that has a firm grip on another dog; it should never be placed in […]

What is a Microchip? How does it work?

May 18, 2014 | No Comments

A microchip is a wonderful device that is about the size of a long grain rice, and I can’t express how much I love this product. It rests just under an animal’s skin and its a way for them to be identified for life. As most pet owners know, tags fall off or wear down […]

Help! I Found a Dog!

May 1, 2014 | No Comments

We get many posts on our facebook page from concerned pet lovers who have found a dog and now do not know what to do with it. DO NOT REHOME A DOG YOU RECENTLY FOUND! Legally, dogs are property. You do not have the legal right to turn around and rehome a dog that you have […]

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 […]

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 […]

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