I am a youth worker and live/work in an area that is classed as "deprived". A lot of the young people I work with either own or there family owns STB's and are used as status dogs. A lot (but not all) are the stereotypical STB owner and some laugh at the fact that their dogs fight etc. I was thinking of asking my dog trainer to come and do some workshops with the young people about dog training/care. To try and educate them preferably BEFORE they get a dog in their adult years or to encourage them to look at the dog they/family might have now and what issues might need dealing with. Do you think this would be a good idea? I was thinking about doing a proper training session that they would bring their dogs to but I don't think they would have the maturity to know if their dog would be ok in a class environment and it could just end up as a competition on who has the biggest/best/strongest dog etc! If anybody has any other ideas they would be greatly appreciated!