American Pit Bull Terrier

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    Why Is Dog Abuse Wrong

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    Dog abuse is wrong. Almost every day a dog dies because of abuse. Just because they made a mistake. The people know what’s happening to these poor dogs, but none have the courage to stand up and stop this abuse. Dogs show a lot of love to their owners, and even the smallest hearts show love. So why do owners show hate and no love back? Most people don’t like dogs because videos have shown a dog being bad, or a personality of a dog being bad, but not all dogs are bad. Most dogs that are bad…

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    alternative to breed banning is to provide adult dogs with appropriate discipline, meaning always be in control of the dog, make sure dogs are properly trained as puppies, and correct any aggression as soon as the owner notices these actions. In one study pit bulls were not assessed individually, but as a group. The study showed the entire group, in comparison to other breeds considered non dangerous, has a higher rate to show different unique behavioral traits during an attack. These behavioral…

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    What Are Pitbulls?

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    identified this bias particularly when people encounter or even think about pit bulls. The fear that people have when they encounter a pit bull is very similar to what people often feel for motorcycle riders and what a biker might endure when they are faced with a person, or people who only believe that bikers are only capable of doing harm, like the stereotypical biker.…

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    keep pit bull as pets? People should be allowed to keep pit bull’s as pets because it's how you train a pit bull to be, to become. People say adopting pit bull’s are dangerous, not all pit bull’s are the same, some can change their ways and adapt to their new living situations and become a loving dog. There are many myths and rumors about this breed of dog’s, most of all are not true, it is all due to the media and the people of this world that talk bad about this certain breed. People buy pit…

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    Pit bulls are, by far, the most feared dog. A “pit bull” isn 't an actual breed, the term originates from the American Pit Bull Terrier but also includes the American Staffordshire Terrier, the English Staffordshire Terrier, and any dogs that are mixes of these breeds. These dogs are stereotyped to the point that there have been laws instated that have banned the dogs in some cities. For decades the media has been using the pit bull hysteria for their own profit. This is an issue because so many…

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    Pitbull Research Paper

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    has led to the demise of the original reputation of the Pit bull. False allegations and intentional implantation of fear has contributed to the degradation of this breed. For the past several years, the Pit bull has had their reputation demolished due to false assumptions. However, the Pit bull was not always an object of discrimination. Within the last decade, society’s view of this beloved breed has degenerated. Quite often, the Pit bull is no longer looked upon as a loyal companion.…

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    animal control just takes them away because of the type of breed they are. For years there has been a stereotype on pit bulls,stories about them attacking people,and even now there are many myths about them that are not true. For example, according to the article “ Pit bulls Myths” it mentions one of the many myths such as “pit bulls don 't feel pain” and it states that “ Pit Bulls have the same nervous system of any other breed, and they can and do feel pain.” This shows that there is a lot of…

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    Pit Bull Research Paper

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    shelter does decide to continue to not adopt out Pit Bulls, there are other options than euthanization. For instance, there are numerous rescue centers that will take in dogs deemed ‘vicious,’ like Pits Bulls, to keep them from being killed. One of these rescue centers is located in North Carolina. Fortitudine Vincimus Rescue Center, also known as “The Fort” was founded by Jake Gardner in 2012. According to Judi Brinegar’s article (2014), “Pit Bull Rescue Seeks Help,” “The Fort" is a nonprofit,…

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    American Pit Bull Terrier the hunting dog (APBT) aka Pit Bull brings concern to a lot of people due to the quantity of human fatalities these dogs are reported in. The media would have you believe that these deaths are on the increase and is of epidemic proportions with Pit Bull being the culprit. An urban legend is that they have lockup jaws and have excellent bite force. Another story is that they're aggressive towards people, and go insane. The majority don’t understand is that the term “Pit…

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    associates. Vick was sentenced to up to 23 months in prison for housing and training 50 pit bull dogs, staging dog fights, killing dogs, and running a high stakes gambling ring that holds up to $26,000. Dogfighting is not just about the dogs, it is also about people involved in the operation. People too, can suffer the consequences as a result of dogfighting. The purpose of dogfighting is to watch two dogs be placed in a pit to fight each other for the viewer’s to gamble, and be entertained.…

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