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    Pit Bull Literature Review

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    Misunderstood Nature of Pit Bulls: A Review of Literature Introduction “Over the past 15 years, the America Pit Bull Terrier, commonly referred to as pit bull, has been portrayed as the vanguard for canine evil, essentially a predator of the defenseless” (Cohen & Richardson, 2002). This negative publicity has ultimately affected political policy in regards to pit bull ownership. As a matter of fact, according to Cohen & Richardson (2002), seventy five communities in the US prohibit pit bull…

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    solved; however, now the segregation is not among us humans but rather, through dogs. The pit-bull breed, like any breed was bred for ‘…different jobs over centuries…(Enos 3)’ and as ‘…family companions…(Enos 3).’ Though, in recent years, pit bulls that had once been thrown into rings to kill one another were now being adopted out to families in order to help shelters make room for more dogs in need. Pit bulls, having the image of being aggressive and potentially dangerous, caused some states…

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    10 Best Monitor Dogs

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    No alert won't ensure you superior to anything a reliable protect dogs… Dogs are adorable animals that will quite often impede threat to secure his family. Obviously, a few races are more defenseless to the preparation of watchmen than others. We display you the rundown of the 10 best monitor dog, which is the insurance of property and individuals in close-by blood! Bullmastiff This breed is known for its physical quality, guarding nature, valor and extraordinary devotion. On the off…

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    a Boston terrier and an American pit bull terrier, acquire best nutrition for their unique needs. Bully breed are special dog breed that was originally trained for blood sports, such as dog fighting and bull baiting. These dogs are famous for their extremely energetic and aggressive behavior, a giant brick-like head, wide jaws, and a medium-sized, muscular appearance. Example of such breed like – American Bulldog, Chow chow, Akita, Boxer English bulldog, French bulldog, Boston Terriers, Cane…

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    Pit Bulls: Dangerous or Misunderstood? American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terrier, and the Staffordshire Bull Terriers, commonly known as “Pit Bulls”, are all breeds of dogs that are universally misunderstood. Pit Bulls are commonly seen as vicious, dangerous, and violent animals. Unfortunately, Pit Bulls are falling victim to dog breedism. Over the years, Pit Bulls have gained a negative reputation, but why? These following articles address how Pit Bulls are misidentified,…

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    Why Are Dogs Dangerous The importance of this topic is because of so many people killing dogs, and being afraid of all dogs, even if the dog is friendly. Why do people perceive that dogs are dangerous, and why are the dogs dangerous? Several states and businesses have come up with a plan that will lower the percentage of dogs from killing people and other animals, by making stricter dog laws and having the laws affect the owners more than the dogs. In order to understand why people are afraid…

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    Pit Bulls In My Family

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    Growing up in the suburbs, I always knew my family was treated differently. It wasn’t just my family; other Pit bulls like me were also treated differently. It has been this way since I was in puppy school. I would be told to move to the back of the room so that the other puppies can sit in the front. Naturally I listened to the teacher who holds the power of authority. This was only a minor problem. At age 18, I moved to the city with my best friend, Michael to pursue our dreams. We became…

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    It was a week before spring break, and my cousin, from Notus, Idaho, had come down to visit. We were planning on going to Lava Hot Springs to sit in the hot pools, after school. But that all changed in a matter of seconds. We were all sitting in my living room talking about what the plan for the day was. When my old black lab, named Shadow, started to attack my red lad puppy, named Benelli. Shadow always attacked Benelli, because Shadow didn’t like puppies or other male dogs. So I did what we…

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    they see a creature protect over-burden with pit bulls. Such has a troubling sight prompts a conspicuous inquiry. Why is the breed so unreasonably spoken to among the derted and surrendered canines of America? The least difficult answer would have to be originate from understanding the issue in setting. There are a great deal of pit bulls in shelters because of the fact that the breed is being over used for bred by unreliable reproducers. Why pit bulls you think of? Because they are right now…

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    today. Dog breeds, such as Pit Bulls, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, Chow Chows, Great Danes, Perro de Presa Canario, Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, German Shepherds, Siberian Huskies, and Wolf Hybrids (wolf dogs) all get discriminated today. Dog discrimination is from attacks the dogs are involved in. Pit Bulls are known for being bred for dog fights and the involvement in dog attacks. They get discriminated daily. At the pound, Pit Bulls are put down annually. Pit Bull rates that are in…

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