PBRC Site Index
- Breed Information -This page will give you a general overview of the breed, and important information for responsible ownership of pit bulls. A must-read if you are new to the breed or have decided to add a pit bull dog to your family it includes the information below
- Part l: Basic Breed Information
- Part ll: All American Dog
- Part lll: Pit Bulls and People
- Part lV: Pit Bulls and Other Dogs
- Multiple Dog Homes - Important tips and recommendations to avoid fights. Essential information for people who live with a pit bull and other animals in the house.
- Breaking Up a Fight - How to quickly and efficiently break up an accidental fight involving one or more pit bulls
- Crate and Rotate - Keeping dogs safe in a multi-dog home.
- Breaking Sticks - General guidelines for the use of a breaking stick to stop an accidental pit bull fight.
- Dog Breeding and Pet Homelessness
- BSL - Breed Specific Information
- United States BSL Map - courtesy of Animal Farm Foundation
- FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
- Model Programs and PBRC Printable Public Materials
- Adopt a Pit Bull - Covers these topics. so you can make responsible choices about dog ownership.
- Training Articles and Links Including:
- Temperament and Health Evaluations
- Separation From Other Pets
- Other Family Members
- Preparing for Adoption
- Recommendations for Dog Introductions
- Socializing Your Pit Bull
- Toddlers and Dogs
- Adding a Second Dog
- Dog Listings - PBRC Courtesy Dog Listing Program
- Adoptable Dog Search Kiosk
- Pit Bull Rescue Organizations by State
- Help a Shelter Program
- How to Start a Rescue
- General Dog Rescue Links
- Ethics in Rescue: Emotional panic can create problems with home screening and placement
- Found a Dog and Temperament - covers these topics.
- Basic Temperament Evaluation
- Temperament Evaluations
- Evaluation a Potential Rescue Dog
- Placing a Shelter Dog
- Starting a Rescue
- Virtual Shelter - Helping a Shelter Program
- Ethics in Rescue
- Free to Good Home and Why pit bulls should never be offered up "free to a good home."