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 OTHERSĀ Each dog handler […]

10 Signs You May Not be Ready for a Pit Bull….

Aug 24, 2013 | No Comments

You think dog aggression (aggression towards other dogs) is a result of mistreatment or special training designed to “make” a dog aggressive. You often repeat “only 1 in 600 Pit Bulls will make it out of the shelter ALIVE!” but are not able to produce any evidence to back that number. You assume that someone […]

Guest Post: Lamor Ferguson’s KISS Method to Dog Training

Mar 11, 2013 | No Comments

We found Lamor, an active duty Marine and dog training hobbyist on youtube and were impressed with the bond he has formed with his dog, Smoke. We reached out to him to see what he thinks are some of the most important tips to training a dog.   Tips to successfully training your pups by […]

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 […]

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