Good Dog Pro Video Podcast

Celebrating Pit Bull Awareness Month with Pit Bulls And The Truth

October is Pit Bull Awareness Month and a great time to discuss the state of the pit bull movement

October is Pit Bull Awareness Month and October 25th is National Pit Bull Awareness Day. While there have been substantial gains in the understanding and empathy for dogs classified as “pit bulls,” there are still 27 states in the US that have bans or restrictions against this and other dog breeds. Drayton and Kim discuss the state of the pit bull movement and the prejudice in the media against this breed. They define what a pit bull actually is, concerns of the general public, genetics, and where we can go from here.

This episode is eligible for the following continuing education (CE) credits:

PPAB 1 CE Credit
IAABC 1 CE Credit
IACP 1 CE Credit

To earn continuing education credits you must be a member of Good Dog Pro and watch the full 1 hour episode of this podcast in our learning management system. Sign up for Good Dog Pro and start earning continuing education credits today.

Drayton Michaels, CTC Dog Bite Prevention Webinar

Drayton Michaels has been working with dogs professionally for over twelve years. In 2007, he earned his Certification in Dog Training and Behavior Counseling from the San Francisco SPCA Academy for Dog Trainers, directed by the renowned authors and dog experts Jean Donaldson and Janis Bradley. Drayton offers a specialty subsidiary of his Urban Dawgs, called Pit Bull Guru, and offers reward-based training and behavior consulting through ModernDogTraining.com. Drayton is the producer of The Pit Bull Hoax, a short film that set out to debunk common myths about Pit Bulls. His two YouTube Channels, Pit Bull Guru and Urban Dawgs have over 300,000 views.

Kim Merritt Butler Good Dog in a Box Cofounder

Kim Merritt is a serial entrepreneur who started her first company, Kim’s Khocolate, at eleven years of age. As a teenager, she was discovered by Guy Kawasaki who invited her to make custom Khocolate for Apple. Kim went on to do business with The Rolling Stones, AT&T, MCI, Becton Dickinson, Bausch & Lomb, and Range Rover. Her second company, an e-commerce play, sold brand name dinnerware and home decor items across North America. She founded Good Dog in a Box with her sister, professional dog trainer Jenn Merritt, CPDT-KA. Her love of dogs and kids has pushed her to develop and co-develop a number of products, online training courses, and curriculums revolving around dog bite prevention and dog safety. Her latest endeavor, Good Dog Pro, is a subscription based online education system and community for dog professionals.

Subscribe to Good Dog Pro for Full Access To Our Video Podcasts

Good Dog Pro members get full access to both our video podcasts, plus 200+ reward based training videos, dog bite prevention and humane education curriculums, discounts of up to 75% off Good Dog products and courses, webinars, and so much more!

S
0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.