FREE SPAY/NEUTER CLINICS FOR PIT BULLS
Dogs that are spayed or neutered live longer, safer, happier lives and promote healthier communities. Our Fix Your Pit program offers free spay/neuter services to families with pit bulls and pit mixes.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
FAST FIVE with Harley
1. Food: Piggy or picky? Piggy
2. Dog beds: Sleep on or unstuff? Unstuff
3. Travel: Car rides or car sick? Car rides
4. Water: No way or splash all day? Little of both
5. Seasons: A day in the sun or a day in the snow? A day in the sun
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Etta was a part of the Save-a-Bull family for almost three years. We aren’t fully aware of the horrors she lived through prior to coming (she was seized from a local dog fighting bust and her body showed countless signs of breeding, neglect and abuse) but we do know she was loved by many while she was with us.read more
Responsible Dog Ownership
Many, if not most, of the dogs that come to Save-a-Bull are here because of unwanted litters, breed stereotypes or behavioral issues – all that could have been prevented through responsible dog ownership. With proper training, awareness and appropriate care, most dogs can stay in their homes and never end up in rescue.
Here are some resources to help you be the great owner your dog deserves and to assist you in becoming an advocate of proper pet care.
Most dogs love to chew but destructive chewing directed towards objects other than chew toys Is often a sign of a deeper problem such as separation anxiety. Chewing is a potent stress reliever and releases pleasurable endorphins into the body, but directing chewing to the proper places is important training for your dog.read more
Nipping or mouthing is normal puppy behavior, but it can develop into a serious problem if allowed to continue into adulthood. An adult dog’s mouth can be very strong, so even when its nipping is just part of normal play, it can still cause significant damage to human skin.read more
Leash lunging, leash reactivity and leash aggression are all behaviors that are caused by a dog feeling restrained, frustrated and uncomfortable in a social situation while attached to a leash. In normal circumstances, an unleashed dog would be able to put sufficient distance between himself and a fear source.read more