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Educational LiteratureCLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDFS

BAD PRESS currently offers several publications for use by shelters, schools, and rescue groups:

"Before You Pass Me By..." is an informative pamphlet on the history and nature of Pit Bulls and AmStaffs.  Designed to be offered in shelters (ideally in kennel card pockets on the front of each pit bull's cage), this publication contains facts about Pit Bulls, a list of famous Pit Bull owners, and tips for responsible dog ownership.

We also offer a "Handbook For Pit Bull Adopters" designed to educate those new to the breed, or those adopting a rescued pit bull for the first time.  The pamphlet addresses the history of the breed and issues specific to owning a pit bull, such as appropriate containment and the selection of breed-appropriate toys, leashes, and crates.  An explanation of canine aggression and a recommended reading list are also included.  The cover of the handbook can be customized with the name and logo of your shelter or rescue group (email for details).

Our double-sided "Pit Bull Positive Press" factsheet contains several stories of heroic pit bulls, including Popsicle, an abused puppy who grew up to be a talented drug detection dog, and Weela, a pit bull who saved numerous people and animals during a tragic flood.

"Staying Safe: Dog Bite Prevention" is a single-sided, easy-to-read factsheet which addresses proper behavior around a strange dog, canine warning signals, and safe practices to reduce the risk of inciting a dog attack.

"Faulty Logic: How Skewed Statistics and Flaunted Figures Taint Public Opinion" is an erudite explanation of how statistics can be misread and misrepresented to taint public opinion, creating many of the myths and misconceptions surrounding "dangerous" dog breeds.

All publications are available for at no charge in Adobe pdf format for reproduction (see download page for terms of use).

We are constantly updating our materials and looking for new ideas.  If you have suggestions for new products, please feel free to contact us!

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Instructional and Informational Presentations

If you are located in the Central Pennsylvania area and would like BAD PRESS to visit your class, group or organization, we are available for various presentations, lectures, and teaching sessions.  Topics available are dog bite prevention, introduction to canine body language, the history and characteristics of the American Pit Bull Terrier and American Staffordshire Terrier, responsible dog ownership, and basic dog training and socialization.

To discuss scheduling a presentation for your group, email us for availability and to discuss desired topics.  Please indicate the type of audience (i.e., children, teens, shelter staff, mixed audience, etc.).

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Canine-Assisted Therapy

If you are located in the Central Pennsylvania area, the BAD PRESS breed ambassadors would love to pay you a visit!  Contact us if you are interested in inviting our dogs to join your Read-To-A-Dog program or visit your nursing home, hospital, or rehabilitation facility.

The BAD PRESS dogs have also successfully assisted in counseling dog bite victims, helping them overcome their fear of dogs and gain the confidence and knowledge needed to avoid becoming repeat victims.

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Information & Advertising Exchange

Would your organization like to reach a wider audience?  BAD PRESS is happy to exchange informational literature and advertising with fellow animal welfare and rescue organizations, dog trainers, and dog-related businesses.  Send us a supply of pamphlets for distribution at our next event!  Email us a banner ad for our website!  We'll be happy to give your worthy cause or dog-friendly business some exposure in exchange for similar exposure through your organization or company.

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