Pit Bull at behavioral training and adoption program

Pit Bull Training Program Fund

We follow our philosophy: “A well-behaved Pit Bull is a win for ALL Pit Bulls.” 

Our training program helps bully-breed dogs have more chances of getting adopted, and combats misaligned stereotypes placed on these sweet, loving, and loyal dogs through basic obedience training and education.

Despite some contrary beliefs and media fabrications, research and experience show that Pit Bulls are not vastly different from any other breed of dogs. They are solid and sturdy dogs who are often mistreated and misunderstood. 

Sadly, most potential adopters won’t look twice at a bully-breed dog who growls through the kennel, pulls on the leash, or barks too loudly. 

Our training saves more lives and gives them the loving attention and forever homes they deserve. 

“Pet problems are the most common reason owners rehome their pets, accounting for 47% of rehomed dogs and 42% of rehomed cats. Pet problems were defined as problematic behaviors, aggressive behaviors that grew more extensive than expected, or health problems the owner couldn’t handle.” ASPCA’s National Rehoming Survey

Some people believe shelter dogs are somehow damaged or second-rate because their first families gave them away; this is not true.  Many animals we rescue are here because of an issue their families couldn’t resolve, or the families couldn’t provide care for whatever reason. Each dog has quirks and character traits that make them unique, and they deserve to be understood. 

Our Pit Bull Training Program: 

    • It costs $175 per day (most dogs stay for at least two or three weeks, with a total of $2,450 per dog). 
    • Our trainer specializes in all levels of dog training, including puppy training, basic obedience, and severe behavioral modification training. He works with each dog individually, opening up communication between the dog and handler and adapting the training plan based on their areas of need. 

    By supporting the Pit Bull Training Fund, you work towards a better future for all Pit Bull breed dogs. 

    Pit Bull Training Program Fund