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Monday, June 11, 2012

Press Release Goes Out

Tucson-Based Activists Announce Walk Event to Raise Awareness For Victims of Pit Bulls and Other Dangerous Dogs

The grassroots organized walk event for victims of pit bulls and other dangerous dogs is the first of its kind in the country.

Local grassroots activists and the Facebook Pit Bull Regulation Project Group announce the first ever, Walk For Victims of Pit Bulls and Other Dangerous Dogs - Tucson, AZ, to honor the victims of serious, and sometimes deadly dog attacks and to raise awareness in the community of the dangers associated with vicious dogs. The event kicks off Saturday, October 27, 2012 at high noon at Lincoln Park on South Pantano Road in Tucson, Arizona. Admission to the event is free.

The two activists created a website for the upcoming event,, and a Google Group email list. Members of neighborhood associations, parents and victims of dog attacks and their family members are urged to visit the website and sign up for the Google Group list to stay up to date as the October event date approaches. Please view the link below:

Website: Walk for Victims of Pit Bulls and Other Dangerous Dogs

Event Details:
  • Walk for the Victims of Pit Bulls and Other Dangerous Dogs
  • Saturday, October 27th 2012
  • 12:00 noon
  • Lincoln Park 4325 South Pantano Rd Tucson, AZ 85730
  • Admission is free


  1. You'll no doubt enjoy the event that's happening a week before the walk:

    Because everyone knows that there is nothing, and I mean NOTHING, that is worse than breed-specific legislation.

  2. I would like to know if we can purchase your shirts here in Canada, I would like to wear it in support of a walk I so wish I could attend. Stay strong guys.

    1. Janice, do you have an email you can post here so I can message you?

  3. My son was attacked by a golden retriever this was a family dog. My point is all dogs or any animal can be dangerous I learned a hard lesson not to leave a child unattended with any animal