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By on August 15, 2013

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I haven’t been making regular blog posts lately. Mainly because I’ve been in transition. I recently relocated from Kentucky to Southern California. Taking my time I went up north to Minnesota to visit family members, getting on my feet up there allowed me to move out west to my current location. Palm Springs, CA.

I sit here writing this and it’s roughly 101 degrees outside. While I’m getting used to the heat it gives me time to catch up on all the writing that I have not been able to do while on the road. What I’m saying here is I’ll be making regular blog posts from here on out.

Pit Bull Terriers and SoCal go together like Chocolate and Strawberries. Not a day has gone by I haven’t seen a Pit Bull being walked down the road. Sometimes by a lady who reminds me of my Grandmother (Mamaw as I called her) other times the guy at the end of the leash would instill caution in most people. Yet, I walk up and strike a conversation with these people wondering about their dogs, their thoughts on the breed, and where in the world they got such beautiful animals.

With the passing of my dog Angel in May of this year I long for another Pit Bull Terrier in my life. Ironically she was born in Ontario, CA. Which isn’t that far from where I’m living right now. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll trek back across country, get her ashes, and bring her back to her birthplace. While she was born in California, she was a KY dog through and through.

I have also seen what the breed endures here in California. Prejudice, banning, all the rig-a-ma-row that they go through in places like Denver, CO. Sadly I had to drive through that sad Pit Bull hating community on my way here.

Optimism blankets my thoughts about my future here in southern California. My plans, to bring the good news of Pit Bull Terriers to a state that has already condemned them based on ignorance and stupidity. If you are in or around the SoCal area let me know. If you’re looking for training or just some friendly advice, let me know. I look forward to hearing from you.

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Until Next Time,
Jason Mann

About Jason Mann

Jason Mann is the founder of and retired professional dog trainer. He retired from Dog training in 2013 so he could devote more attention to and helping Pit Bull owners around the world learn how to live a more peaceful life with their dogs as well as educate the general public about the true nature of these incredible canines.