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Postby Chris Fraize » June 18th, 2006, 11:09 am

Hello all,

We have been so busy latley training and doing other "Working" dog jobs. While we do enjoy sports, our dogs work their Asses off on a daily basis helping to educate the public about Bite Prevention, doing seminars and T.V. and movies.

Here is some recent footage from a Central Maine Power Bite Prevention Seminar. Take a look! http://www.madmaine.com/bps/

In the same week we did a promo for a local radio station WHEB. The promo was called the Dog Bit O Death. One of the jocks had lost a bet and had to get bitten by our dogs. I was torn on whether or not to use an APBT doing bite work in this very public venue, but the radio station gave us over an hour to talk about responsible ownership and BSL. The day was a great success and everyone was invited to come over and pet both dogs (Booyeah and Bronx) after the promo.

If you watch at the end of the video after Bronx finishes his bite work, I have him go over and kiss the DJ (in the bite suit). Everyone was amazed and began asking about how a PIT BULL could be turned “on” and “off” like that. It gave us a great opportunity to preach responsible dog (APBT) ownership. Take a look! http://www.madmaine.com/biteodeath/

The dogs in studio are a Presa Canario named “Blitz” handled and owned by M.A.D. Club Member Richi Smith and a Belgian Malinois named “Sully” handled by M.A.D. Decoy Mike Connors.

Later this summer Canine Solutions Training Services trainer Megan Welch and her dog “Booyeah” are set to feature in the motion picture “Terrace Street” Take a look! http://www.terracest.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=5

We have many more seminars and working dog jobs set for this summer in addition to the M.A.D. Summer Challenge and other “sports”.

We will also be at the Bully Olympics and the following weekend have the WPBTCA Nationals here at CSTS.

Anyway, I though you all might enjoy seeing how hard our dogs work from week to week by watching the videos. Hopfully things will return back to "normal" in the fall! If you have been trying to reach us KEEP TRYING! The squeeky wheel get the oil!

Safe training,
Chris Fraize
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Postby Fear_the_Sheeple » June 18th, 2006, 2:41 pm

Great stuff! I always love seeing all the work you do~
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Postby Purple » June 18th, 2006, 8:04 pm

Hey, you're still alive!
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Postby pitbullmamaliz » June 18th, 2006, 9:55 pm

I liked the one with the DJ - the slo-mo was great!
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Postby mnp13 » June 18th, 2006, 11:11 pm

"squeeeeeeeeeeek" :wink: lol

I'm glad things are going well! Awesome videos (as always)!

So, I'm figuring you'll sleep sometime late September?
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Postby chance's mom » July 1st, 2006, 7:10 pm

great to see what you are doing to get the point across, and the dj part was great! great job! keep us updated on what else you will be doing, and keep getting that publicity! i hope you guys will make it to this side of the counry someday!
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