Join us Friday, October 12th to hear Jay Jack give his unique perspective on the world of bully breeds, specifically pitbulls. Growing up alongside these intense, lovable, yet drivey dogs. Jay knows pits, owns pits, loves pits, and has even created a dog sport (GRC Dogsports) specifically to see these amazing athletes excel in not only sport, but life as well.
Lecture Topic Summary:
The history of Pit Bulls and Dog Fighting. The truth about the breed and the selective pressures that made them. Understanding how the old dogmen created dog aggression, and how we can avoid accidentally creating it. What training methods and concepts they used that WERE good, and we should consider keeping or expanding on! How to use this understanding to integrate dogs with fighting tendencies into a home. Or, RE integrate dogs after a fight.
No dogs. No hands on training will be done. This is Lecture, and interactive Q & A only.
Cost - 40$+gst per Ticket can be purchased in person at The Balanced Pack (1125 Winnipeg st)
Whether you work in rescue, breed high drive breeds, are a breed advocate and owner, or anything in between. Jay will give you a true, unfiltered history of the breed, and understanding about the dogs we see today that so many of us have come to love and live with. If you have a crazy pitbull, chances are Jay would like to meet them! Even if you don't own a pitbull, or bully breed, there is so much great DOG information that will presented in this lecture that will help owners understand how to avoid accidentally creating aggression.
To learn more about Jay's seminar he's presenting following this lecture look for the Play as the Way: Social Responsibility Foundations, event also listed in this calendar!