• Support Herseys Bill


    Hershey Anti-BSL Group is a grassroots association of dog owners and concerned citizens committed to repealing Breed Specific Legislation in Ontario. Through public education, political involvement and the promotion of responsible dog ownership, Hershey’s mandate is to restore fair and equal treatment of all dog owners across Ontario. Hershey supports “breed” neutral legislation applied fairly and equally on a case by case basis. Hershey endorses the City of Calgary’s Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw, known worldwide as the “Calgary Model” and encourages municipalities to adopt similar legislation.

    BSL Pit Bull Canada

  • Pit Bull Co-op


    Ontario Pitbull Co-op

    Pit Bull Canada

  • Stand Up For Pits


    The Stand Up For Pits Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to saving lives and ending the abuse and discrimination of Pit Bull “type” dogs (Pibbles) through live events, funds, education and advocacy. We don’t limit the way we advocate or save lives. We believe in new ways, new thinking and new change, and are committed to empowering others to do the same until abuse and discrimination against our beautiful Pit Bull type dogs ends.

    BSL Pit Bull USA

  • Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of Canada


    Founded in 1965, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of Canada represents the purebred Staffordshire Bull Terrier in Canada.  The Club is recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club as the national breed association for Staffordshire Bull Terriers.

    ​Since 1965, the number of Stafffords in Canada grew slowly but steadily, with most owners and dogs in Ontario.   Staffords became notable participants at CKC confirmation shows, and National Specialties were held regularly.  These events were welcomed as an opportuity to share knowledge and experience with fellow Stafford owners & breeders.  


    Canada Club

  • Animal Farm Foundation Inc


    A dog’s breed, assumed or known, is not indicative of how that dog will behave. Adopters need information on a dog’s personality and behavior, not on breed. It’s time to move past outdated and inaccurate visual identification. It’s time to view all dogs as individuals.

    Canada USA Club