Next month, Bullseye Dog Rescue is once again sponsoring the Responsi-Bull Project, a three part program that includes free spay and neuter, a free responsible pit bull ownership workshop, and free obedience classes for pit bulls and their owners.
The free spay or neuter surgery will be available through the Pasado’s Safe Haven’s Spay Station. Locations and dates of availiblity can be found on Pasado’s website. Dogs will also get a free microchip.
BullsEye Dog Rescue & Play Bow Dog Training will host the Responsible Pit Bull Ownership Workshop this Sunday, Sept. 24th, 2017, from 9 AM- 11:30 AM.
Space is unlimited for the workshop – anyone who would like to learn more about this breed is welcome to attend.
Paws-abilities will host the workshop at its facility in Fife. Registration is recommended.
The Train-a-Pit classes are designed for pit bull owners with limited financial resources, little or no obedience training experience, and dogs with little or no obedience training.
Use this chart to determine if you are qualified to attend:
The five week basic obedience class for pit bulls that is free to those who complete the class. Participants must pay a $50 registration fee and every week you attend you will receive $10 back.
You must pay your $50 deposit at the Pit-Ed class to be able to attend the training. Please bring CASH.
The classes will be on Sunday, October 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29th at Pawsibilities in Fife.
This will be a great opportunity to learn leadership, basic training and bond with your dog! Restricted to those individuals of low income status and one dog per household. No dogs from rescue organizations.