Banning Pitbull Research Paper

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Pitbulls need to have tons of exercise and need to be loved. If you leave a pitbull or any other dog alone or no love it can be the meanest dog. People should look at pitbulls how they look at their dog. “While the pit bull does indeed possess a feisty and spirited character, the history of the breed reveals a much more complex tapestry of temperament and personality”. Pitbulls need a lot of play and they chew up anything that u give them so get a lot of toys. They think they are one big lap dog. They love kids very much.
Pitbulls need to live where there is space but the can live in little space to but it is harder because they don't get enough exercise. Where most pit bulls come from that are mean is from the kennel or the pound. If pit bulls were banned, it would make no difference because other people that train them to dog fight would just train another dog breed such as german shepherds to do the same thing. Therefore banning pit bulls would make no difference. Since the 1990s breed specific bans targeting pit bulls have been sprouting around the world. Claiming that the dogs are dangerous and pose a threat to those around them. Today, 31 states in the USA have some sort of pit
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“All experts can agree that the confusion started with a decision by the AKC in the early 1930s to give it a new name, American Staffordshire Terrier, to separate it from its pit-fighting past”2. The American Pit Bull Terrier has not been recognized by the AKC. The qualities that make these dogs tenacious “players in obedience and agility games also attract highly unscrupulous people looking for”1 strong competitors for their dog fighting rings. Pit Bulls can't lock their jaws. In a recent “study of 122 dog breeds by the American Temperament Testing Society (ATTS), Pit Bulls achieved”3 a passing rate of 83.9%. That's as good or better than Beagles ... 78.2%, and Golden Retrievers ...

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