PBFSA Blog

  • Staying Safe Around Pit Bulls

    We understand your concern! In the context of Pit Bulls and other breeds, the community’s responsibility in keeping themselves safe includes: 1. Education: Learn about breed characteristics, body language, and behavior to recognize potential signs of aggression. 2. Responsible pet ownership: Ensure proper training, socialization, and containment of dogs to prevent escapes or attacks. 3.…

  • 2nd Paws for Wellness Education Campaign – Olievenhoutbosch Primary School 17 May 2024

    On Friday 17 Mey 2024 the PBFSA, in collaboration with the City of Tshwane Health Department, hosted the 2nd Paws for Wellness Education Campaign at Olievenhoutbosch Primary School, in Olievenhoutbosch Centurion. The City of Tshwane’s MMC for Health, Councillor Rina Marx, opened the event where Tshwane Metro Police Department, SAPS Social Crime Prevention, City of…

  • Why microchip my dog?

    Microchipping your dog is a reliable way to ensure their identification and increase the chances of them being returned to you if they ever get lost. It’s a simple procedure that can provide peace of mind knowing that your furry friend has a permanent form of identification. Microchip identification is a legally recognised proof of…

  • PBFSA is busy with ongoing Educational Outreaches

    Partnering with us for Educational Material is Hero-in-My-Hood: “Empathy leads to Compassion” “Pit Bull educational material now in Sepedi – Imagine receiving your primary education in a second language: so much information is lost when children are not taught in their your mother tongue. Hero aims to be as inclusive as possible, which is why…

  • National Pet Day!!

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