Giene Keyes, owner of Dogface, recently launched a class called "Bully Breeds 101" in an effort to provide support and training for dog owners.
"Our bully breeds are under the microscope, so when we're out in public, our dogs just have to be perfect," Keyes
Along with constant supervision, Giene
also teaches the importance of keeping your dog's attention, and having a better understanding of what your dog likes and doesn't like - that includes how to first introduce other people to your pet.
also says when it comes to bully breeds, training both dogs and the people who interact with them is key.
"If we can help educate our community on understanding our dogs, how to better train and live with their dogs, then we're going to create better relationships between them," Keyes