Community | HugABull

By: Hugabull  09-12-2011

The HugABull community is a thriving group of dog owners and pit bull fans. We support each other through the HugABull discussion forum, meet up for group walks and playdates, and come out in droves to all kinds of events. Here’s how you can get connected:

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    HugABull events
    We recruit our best ambassadogs for public events like parades, fairs and festivals. We also host events that are open to all dogs and all breeds: Pits in the Park barbeques on Vancouver and Vancouver Island, holiday walks and celebrations, and open houses. Follow our blog, Facebook group, forum or Twitter feed to learn about the next event in your area.

    A group of volunteers organizes regular, on-leash weekly walks in the Vancouver area for fun and socialization – visit the “Training” thread on the discussion forum for details and come join us!

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Pit Ed | HugABull

Classes are provided at no charge to HugABull adopters and fosters homes, and at a subsidized cost (per case basis) to other pit bull owners. These classes are not suitable for dog/handler looking to work on basic obedience. Dizine Canine Training Centre1730 Vernon Drive. Next round starts October 18th.


Shelter Support | HugABull

Many shelters call us when a great pit bull is sitting in their system, knowing that through our foster care program, our network and our screening procedures, HugABull is the way to ensure they find a loving and responsible home. Advising on management and training techniques for shelter staff and potential adopters.


Services | HugABull

We encourage responsible dog ownership across all breeds, participating in responsible dog owner events, and promoting and hosting Canine Good Neighbour evaluation sessions. We provide resources to pit bull owners so that their dogs can be the polite and well-behaved community members they were born to be. We also provide support for shelters, offering consultation and advice about the pit bulls in their care.