September 19, 2018
Pit Bull Pride Day comes to Fort Worth October 21, 2018, at Coyote Drive-In
Non-Profit Charity Pinups For Pitbulls, Inc is proud to host Pit Bull Pride Day 2018! The event is October 21, 2018, from 11-3 at the Coyote Drive-in located at 223 NE 4th Street, Fort Worth Texas 76164.
The focus of this year’s event is on education, positive training, and responsible, kind ownership. We will be celebrating how far the pit bull type dog has come through training and education, and celebrating the cities, shelters, and individuals who have helped blaze the trail to make this all possible. The funds from our event will fund free spay and neuter clinics and provide training scholarships for shelter and rescue dogs that may need extra help to be the perfect adoptable pet. The event will include giveaways, raffle, vendors, demonstrations, and very special guest speakers. Our features rescues are SPCA Texas and Humane Society if North Texas. The funds from our event will fund free spay and neuter clinics offered through SPCA and Spay Neuter Network and provide positive training scholarships.
Speakers and highlights include:
11:00 am – Positive Training Demonstration with Traci Betts KPA CTP of Shape A Pup followed by an “Ask The Trainer” Question and Answer session.
12:00 pm – Demonstration by Scott Schaeffer CDBC, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, of USA Dog Behavior followed by an “Ask The Behaviorist” Question and Answer session.
1:00 pm DFW Animal Attorney Don Feare will be presenting an “Ask The Animal Lawyer” Question and Answer session and speaking about animal-related legal concerns for pet parents.
2:00 pm – Law Enforcement & Shelter Awards Presentation: This year’s Miracle Award recipients are Grapevine Chief of Police, Mike Hamlin, Fort Worth Chief of Police Joel Fitzgerald, and Grapevine Animal Shelter Director Kristina Valentine. The award is given to local shelters and law enforcement for promoting Humane Dog Laws, Education, Positive Training, Rescue Transfer programs, and open adoptions while ensuring safe communities of all dogs and people in their community through positive education and practices.
Pit Bull Pride Day is hosted by Pinups for Pitbulls (PFPB) is Incorporated in Pennsylvania and is a registered Public Charity 501(c)(3), founded in 2005. Since then, we have worked to reestablish the defamed reputation of Pit Bull type dogs as America’s premier companion animal, war hero, and therapy dog. If you are new to our group, please visit us at www.pinupsforpitbulls.com. Pinups for Pitbulls, Inc. (PFPB) works to educate the public about the history and temperament of the American Pit Bull Terrier and pit bull type dogs, to raise awareness about Breed Specific Legislation and Discriminatory Laws (B.S.L. and B.D.L.)