American Pit Bull Terrier

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    Pitbulls Research Paper

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    Bully a Breed The media has given pit bulls a bad reputation and states have begun to support Breed Specific Legislation laws (BSL), but there are many owners who raised their pit bull breeds in correct environments resulting in strong, loyal, and sweet lap-dogs. Although pit bulls have had a few issues that caused deaths or injuries on others, banning pit bulls does not change the fact that all breeds have had incidents of attacking humans and animals. Pit bulls have a history that leads to…

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    violent. Everyone experiences it, even animals. The American Pitbull Terrier experiences it the most. This canine faces constant fear from people everyday because of its past. However, most Pit Bulls in modern times are kind and loyal. They’re highly misunderstood animals. The American Pitbull Terrier is actually not a dog breed. “Pitbull” is actually a term to describe the canines appearance. Pitbulls are actually Bred between Bulldogs, Terriers and possibly other dog breeds depending on the…

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    Pitbulls

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    Bullying the Pit Bull breed is redundant, refutable, and entirely wrong. The issue at hand is not the breed itself, but rather our society. Pit Bulls are classified as working dogs; however, they’ve historically been raised by their owners to be aggressive, fighting dogs. This supports the concept that Pit Bulls, just like humans, are products of their environment and their upbringing. If a dog, regardless of the breed, is brought up in a neglectful, violent environment by an inattentive owner,…

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    What comes to your mind when you think of the Pit Bull terrier? Many people think of everything that comes with their reputation, dog fighting, dog attacks, locking jaws and aggression. That is the side of the Pit Bull that many people think of, and for some people that is all they are willing to see in the breed. But that is not truly what the pit bull terrier is all about. They are so much more than what you hear in the news. Pit bulls are not deserving of their bad reputation considering…

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    my breed” is a rallying cry currently being used by animal rights activist to advocate for the end of breed discrimination against Pit Bulls and pit bull types. It is critical to understand what a Pit Bull is and what a pit bull type may be. Pit Bulls are known by two official breed names, the American Pit Bull Terrier or APBT, and as the American Staffordshire Terrier or Amstaff. These dogs are described in the Original Dog Bible as medium build dogs that are slightly longer than tall, wedge…

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    Pitbull Stereotypes

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    Do Pit Bulls deserve the poor stereotyping they receive? Every year over one point two million dogs are euthanized in America alone. A startling forty percent of those dogs are pit bulls. That means that every year over half a million pit bulls are euthanized in America. This number has risen so high over the years because of the poor name and stereotypes that have been placed on pit bulls. Pit bulls have been labeled as mean and aggressive dogs for many reasons. One is due to their…

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    Pros And Cons Of Pitbull

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    family in California adopted Rocco, an American Pitbull Terrier, they had no idea what they were in for. Since the adoption, both Carol and Peter Devia were wrongfully terminated from their stable jobs at a newspaper delivery company. Unfortunately for the couple and their two children, this meant missing rent payments on their apartment and eventually being evicted. While finding a new living space might be easy for most families, owning an American Pitbull Terrier makes things more…

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    everything—even to animals. Pit bulls are a primary example of a canine group commonly stereotyped for being aggressive and unpredictable. Their bad reputations have spread fear among the public and so various cities in the United States—namely Denver, Cincinnati and Miami—have implemented breed specific legislations which are laws that target…

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    Dog Bans Essay

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    breeds that come to mind are pit-bulls, pit-bull mixes, and closely related breeds. Some people will say how dangerous and unpredictable they are, while others vouch for the lovely nature of these breeds. Whenever there is a dog attack mentioned in the news, more than likely the report will state that a pit-bull or pit-bull mix that is responsible. Over the years there has been great debate over these breeds and the breed specific dog bans. These bans on pit-bulls, pit-bull mixes, and the…

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    Pitbulls: Article Analysis

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    classification of canines known as pit bulls are feared by many people and are often viewed by society as vicious animals. Many people are frightened by pit bulls but they are not instinctively aggressive however their temperament is influenced by the owner. In the article “Dog Bite Statistics” explains that “Owners of pit bulls who attack and kill other people are increasingly criminally prosecuted as homicide cases” (D.B.C.Center). In Tom Junod’s article “The State of the American Dog” he…

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