PBFSA Blog

  • National Pet Day!!

    Happy National Pet Day to all the adorable companions who fill our lives with love, joy and endless cuddles!

  • Dog Bite Prevention Week 2024!!!

    When one considers the numbers of APBT dogs with behavioural problems including aggression and unruly behaviour we ask our self? Were did it go wrong. Dog’s that has bitten or mauled a person: What is even more disturbing is that the waste majority of these attacks are by family pet dogs!! In their own home!…

  • Rabies – Attention all dog owners

    It’s crucial to be aware of the dangers of rabies. Rabies is a deadly virus that can affect both animals and humans. Make sure your dog is up-to-date on their rabies vaccinations and avoid contact with wildlife that may carry the virus. Any unusual behaviour in your pet should be taken seriously and reported to…

  • Season’s Greetings

    Dear Pit Bull community As we reflect on the past year, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for the support, camaraderie, and positive experiences shared within our community. Your commitment to advocating for pit bulls and fostering a sense of unity has made 2023 a memorable year. We’ve faced challenges together, celebrated successes, and…

  • Responsible ownership is crucial when it comes to owning a pit bull or any other dog breed

    Here are some key aspects of responsible pit bull ownership: By embracing responsible ownership practices, pit bull owners can provide a safe and loving environment for their dogs while also helping to combat misconceptions about the breed.

  • PBFSA Statement on Dog Attacks, November 2023

    In response to the recent incidents of dog attacks around South Africa, the PBFSA would like to reassure the public that we are diligently working to address the concerns surrounding the human-animal conflict. Our primary focus is on finding peaceful and effective solutions to ensure the safety and well-being of both humans and animals. We…