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Hello all,

I have received a bunch of private emails about the videos of our dogs. It is getting a bit time consuming to keep responding to all the requests so; I will link them here in APBT and Non- APBT. If you like the videos feel free to download them and crosspost them. If you don't like them (or something about them) then feel free to start a post on the topic! Stay tuned! We make more videos all the time!

Safe training,
Chris Fraize

A.P.B.T. Videos

http://www.madmaine.com/crosstraining/

http://www.k9sts.com/bronxmovie/

http://www.k9sts.com/rumblemovie/

http://www.k9sts.com/jaxmovie/

http://www.k9sts.com/Rumblemovie2/

http://www.k9sts.com/rumblefarmmovie/

http://www.k9sts.com/rumbleobedmovie/

http://www.madmaine.com/rumblelong/

NON APBT Videos

http://www.madmaine.com/boo2/

http://www.k9sts.com/booyeahmovie/


Yahoooo Training Videos

http://www.k9sts.com/yahoo2/

http://www.k9sts.com/yahoo1/

http://www.k9sts.com/yahoo/


Behavior Issue Videos

http://www.madmaine.com/adrianaws/

http://www.madmaine.com/problemsolving/
 

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Wow :shock: I am beyond impressed, I was only able to watch the first 2 videos (I'm at work) but that is AWESOME!

The first video.... the food resitance, wonderful!

Bronx, now that is one awesome dog!! While walking in the parking lot, the attention he has on you! He doesn't even look anywhere else! And his determination on the bite work, with all the pressure and noises (with the sign that is thrown over him and the tin can thrown down)

What you do for this breed is amazing!
 

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Chris.......Bronx is very nice. You train in French. Did you belong to a ring club?

Damm, you are so far away. I would have loved to visit your yard. YOu give pit bulls a good name.

You coming over to PSA? Maybe you are already there. We don't get to see many east coast guys here.

Good luck and good training. Great dogs.

Leg biter. I LIKE IT!
 

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:shock: Wow!!!!! That is awesome....LOL You posted a vid when I was new to the forum and that made me want to get into working my dog....As far as, if she will be able to do it Dunno :oops: But we are going to try with a professional, of course....But I figure if it is all a big flop then we will have a better relationship for the training...I look forward to at least having a better understanding of her....Your work is amazing and it inspired me :D
 

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I just made it through the APBT vids. They were remarkable. I can see now why you get so many requests for your vids. There seems to be a lot of variety in the training. The 'ball drive' vid in the frozen mud and the tree vid were cool. Rumble looks like the perfect APBT to me, and he is so in tune with his trainer (is that you?).
 

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Yes, Rumble and Bronx are my dogs. Rumble was given to me when he was 7 weeks old as a gift from a friend that has now passed away and Bronx was bred, trained and handled by me.

We have many other working APBT's here. APBT’s like Jax, Boomer, Teegan, Gator and many more. I hope to post some video of them soon. Most folks think that we only do “sports” with our dogs. While we do enjoy sports, our dogs work their Asses off on a daily basis helping to educate the public about Bite Prevention, doing seminars and T.V. and movies.

Here is some recent footage from a Central Maine Power Bite Prevention Seminar. Take a look! http://www.madmaine.com/bps/

In the same week we did a promo for a local radio station WHEB. The promo was called the Dog Bit O Death. One of the jocks had lost a bet and had to get bitten by our dogs. I was torn on whether or not to use an APBT doing bite work in this very public venue, but the radio station gave us over an hour to talk about responsible ownership and BSL. The day was a great success and everyone was invited to come over and pet both dogs (Booyeah and Bronx) after the promo.

If you watch at the end of the video after Bronx finishes his bite work, I have him go over and kiss the DJ (in the bite suit). Everyone was amazed and began asking about how a PIT BULL could be turned “on” and “off” like that. It gave us a great opportunity to preach responsible dog (APBT) ownership. Take a look! http://www.madmaine.com/biteodeath/

The dogs in studio are a Presa Canario named “Blitz” handled and owned by M.A.D. Club Member Richi Smith and a Belgian Malinois named “Sully” handled by M.A.D. Decoy Mike Connors.

Coming up Canine Solutions Training Services trainer Megan Welch and her dog “Booyeah” are set to feature in the motion picture “Terrace Street” Take a look! http://www.terracest.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=5

We have many more seminars and working dog jobs set for this summer in addition to the M.A.D. Summer Challenge and other “sports”.

Anyway, I though you all might enjoy seeing how hard our dogs work from week to week by watching the videos.

Safe training,
Chris Fraize
 

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If you watch at the end of the video after Bronx finishes his bite work, I have him go over and kiss the DJ (in the bite suit). Everyone was amazed and began asking about how a PIT BULL could be turned “on” and “off” like that. It gave us a great opportunity to preach responsible dog (APBT) ownership. Take a look! http://www.madmaine.com/biteodeath/
I was rolling when the dj was trying to get up the MC said 'Your walking like Brokeback Mountain'! Too funny!

Seriously though very cool videos...and inspirational too. I plan on working on Mo's obedience tonight.
 

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Good work, Chris. You videos are always great to watch. The obeidence is always top notch.

I look forward to your visit to my club. Always cool to be able to train with different people. Are you bringing your AB?
 
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