Pitbulls Should Not Be Banned. Essay

899 Words Nov 4th, 2010 4 Pages
About twelve years ago, my aunt and uncle owned two dogs of the pit bull breed. These dogs might as well have been their kids; they even signed our Christmas cards every year. In one day, everything they knew had disappeared. A team of police officers were supposed to raid the house next door for possession of drugs, but instead, raided my aunt and uncle’s house. Their two dogs were lying on the couch when the cops broke in the door. Because of the dog’s breed, the cops automatically opened fire on the innocent dogs. Blood marks showed one dog lying in the corner and the other lying on the couch, both helpless. Now, the government wants to ban this breed from cities across the nation. They are uneducated on this breed or obviously have …show more content…
From there, the Humane Society informed her there was no room for the dog there and she would inevitably be shipped to the Tri-County Animal Shelter. There, Sadie would have been euthanized because she was part pit bull. This is when I decided to rescue her. Sadie can be overwhelming, yes, but it is only when she’s jumping on me to greet me, or trying to lick my face, or when she wants to

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