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CT National Pit Bull Awareness Day (hosted by CT Pit Bull Project)

  • Warsaw Park 125 Pulaski Highway Ansonia CT (map)

An event to celebrate the bully breeds! Connecting pit bull advocates, responsible owners, and dog lovers! 

$2 parking * Free Admission


All well-socialized, vaccinated, leashed dogs are welcome at this event!

 - NO retractable leashes allowed. We will have standard leashes on hand to lend to anyone whose dog needs one.

- NO head-to-head greetings or "forced" greetings of dogs.

- ALWAYS ask if it is ok before approaching or giving a treat to an unknown dog.

- You are responsible for your pet AT ALL TIMES.

We are coming together to keep a POSITIVE view of the bully breeds. Any dog or person who is going against that idea will be asked to leave immediately. Representatives from CT Pit Bull Project reserve the right to refuse entry.

For more information, please visit CT Pit Bull Project's page. 


What is National Pit Bull Awareness Day?

Founded by Cookeville, TN resident Jodi Preis of Bless the Bully’s, this national event is held across the country annually on the third Saturday in October each year. The events are put on by 100% volunteer driven organizations or individual pit bull advocates in support of the noble, and often misunderstood, bully breeds. This family and dog friendly event is a fun-filled day that celebrates the bully breed, promotes responsible pit bull ownership, and helps educate those unfamiliar with the breed's true characteristics. We strive to help dispel the media hype and myths that are prevalent in today's society in addition to providing educational resources for bully owners in need and advocate against Breed Specific Legislation (BSL).