BullsEye Dog Rescue is a
Proud Sponsor of The Responsi-Bull Project
Make it your mission to be a
Responsi-Bull Pit Bull Owner!
A three part program, The Responsi-Bull Project includes FREE spay and neuter, a FREE responsible pit bull ownership workshop, and FREE obedience classes for pit bulls and their owners.
In the early 1900's, the American Pit Bull Terrier was so respected for its loyalty, intelligence and determination that the U.S. military chose an image of this iconic breed to represent our country on war posters. Today, due to irresponsible owners exploiting the very characteristics that once made pit bulls an All-American breed, they have become the most abused and misunderstood dog breed in history.
Despite their top-rated temperaments or their once respected status, pit bulls have become the breed of choice for many irresponsible people, and consequently are flooding animal shelters. An estimated 1/3 of dogs entering our shelters are pit bulls or pit bull mixes, and 90% of those dogs will not find a home.
May signs ups for the workshop and obedience classes going on now!
The Pit-Ed workshop will be held Saturday, October 11th, 2014 with classes beginning on October 18th, 2014.
Pit-Fix is already taking dogs for FREE spays and neuters!
Part I: Pit-Fix
NOW, for a limited time, owners of Pit Bulls can have their dogs spayed or neutered FREE at the Northwest Spay & Neuter Center in Tacoma. Each dog altered will also receive a FREE micorchip. To make your appointment:
1. Go to Northwest Spay & Neuter Center's website and fill out the online appointment request form. Mention 'Responsi-Bull' where the form asks for Animal Welfare Organization, Special Program, or Voucher Assistance'.
2. E-mail a photo of your dog to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put YOUR NAME and RAB in the SUBJECT LINE so we can match the photo with the appointment request.
The clinic is located at 6401 Pacific Ave., Tacoma WA 98408. Space is limited. Restricted to those individuals of low income status and one animal per household. No rescue organizations please.
Part II: Pit-Ed
Do you want to combat the misconceptions about the pit bull breed? Worried about the Breed-Specific Legislation changes proposed in the Puget Sound? Tired of seeing people shy away from your beloved pit bull? Learn the “do’s and don’ts” of owning this amazing breed and help restore its family dog image. Attend a FREE Responsible Pit Bull Ownership Workshop hosted by BullsEye Dog Rescue & Play Bow Dog Training on Saturday, October 11th from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m., held at the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County at 2608 Center St., Tacoma, WA 98409. Space is limited and registration required.
Part III: Train-A-Pit
Play Bow Dog Training, BullsEye Dog Rescue & the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County have teamed up to offer a five week basic obedience class for pit bulls that is FREE to those who complete the class. You will be asked to pay a $50 registration fee and every week you attend you will receive $10 back. Attend all 5 classes and the class is FREE (normally a $150 value.) Classes will be offered from 10:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m. and 11:30-12:30 p.m. starting on Saturday, October 18th. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn leadership practices and bond with your dog! Space is limited. Restricted to those individuals of low income status and one dog per household. No rescue organizations please.
What is qualifies you as low income? Check the chart below to verify your status.
Puget Sound Animal Welfare Organizations Team Up to Promote Responsible Pit Bull Ownership!
BullsEye Dog Rescue, Northwest Spay & Neuter Center, Play Bow Dog Training, The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County announce “The Responsi-Bull Project”, a three part program, including free spay and neuter, responsible pit bull ownership workshop and obedience classes.
Thank you for being a Responsi-Bull Pit bull Owner!
Thank you to our Partners:
Northwest Spay & Neuter Center www.nwspayneuter.org
Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County www.thehumanesociety.org
Play Bow Dog Training www.playbowdogtraining.com
We are currently seeking funding to continue this great opportunity. To support this amazingly worthwhile project please consider a donation.