Here is a list of resources to learn about pibbles, the issues that the pibble faces in society today, and how you can help them.

Pibble Advocates

  • Bullies in Need A non-profit dog rescue in Ontario, Canada
  • Hamilton Humane A chapter of the Humane Society in Hamilton, Ontario who are a rescue group and more
  • Animal Angel Rescue Foundation AARF has saved the lives of many pibbles by moving them out of BSL areas such as Ontario
  • Animal Farm Foundation To secure equal treatment and opportunity for “pit bull” dogs.
  • Bad Rap More than a rescue group, we provide information, training, owner support, disaster relief services and animal welfare program models to help dogs everywhere
  • The Real Pit Bull Education * Advocacy * Rescue for the American Pit Bull Terrier
  • Our Pack To mission is to promote compassion and kindness toward pit bulls.
  • Pit Bull Rescue Central The PBRC website is a virtual shelter and resource
  • Stubby Dog Rediscover the pit bull.


Breed Specific Legislation


Special Needs Pits


Dog Safety

Dog Training

Recommended Reading

  • Fox, Michael W. The Healing Touch. New York: Newmarket Press, 1981 [Dr. Fox has now published two separate books, The Healing Touch for Cats, and The Healing Touch for Dogs]
  • Fritz, Sandy. Fundamentals of Therapeutic Massage. St. Louis: Mosby, 2004.
  • Hourdebaigt, Jean-Pierre. Canine Massage, A Complete Reference Manual. Wenatchee: Dogwise Publishing, 2004.
  • Kamen, Daniel. The Well-Adjusted Dog. Cambridge: Brookline Books, 1996.
  • Schwartz, Cheryl. Four Paws, Five Directions. Berkeley: Celestial Arts Publishing, 1996.
  • Snow, Amy and Zidonis, Nancy. The Well-Connected Dog. Larkspur: Tallgrass Publishers, 1999. *New Edition published 2011 called AcuDog
  • Tellington-Jones, Linda. The Tellington TTouch. New York: Penguin Group, 1993.
  • Whalen-Shaw, Patricia. Canine Massage, The Workbook. Circleville: Integrated Touch Therapy, 2004.