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    restricting or completely outlawing certain aggressive breeds. It is a common misconception that BSL only refers to banning breeds of dogs however, this is not the case. BSL are precise restrictions for the more violent breeds of dogs including pit bulls and rottweilers and these laws aware owners on how these breeds require proper attention and care to be able to fit into a benevolent society.…

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    The pitbull breed is wrongfully scorned by society. The danger of the breed is highly exaggerated. Animal Studies show a lot of loyalty and kindness with pitbulls. Contrary to popular belief, aggressiveness comes from owners not taking care of them. So with this knowledge, I strongly believe we need to legalize pitbulls in all states. The only danger is provoked. Pitbulls are fun to have around just like pets are supposed to be. Believe it or not, they are loyal. They’re only boring and…

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    evidence and have put together an argumentative essay on why I don’t support the forbidding of the pitbull breed. My first reason why i don’t support the ban is because pitbulls are mistaken for other dog breeds. Two primary examples are the American Bulldog and the Boxer. For example in the news paper editorial it states that “News outlets erroneously report dog attacks. If a dogs breed is unknown, news media will often call it a pitbull.” And later in the text it says, “Even if it is…

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    Pitbulls Research Paper

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    You may be scared of pitbulls or scared that they will attack you, but there are multiple facts that could go against your reasoning. Pitbulls should not be stereotyped as a vicious breed of dog. I say this because they actually used to be considered the nanny dog and because pitbulls themselves are not dangerous, they are, unfortunately, trained to fight and be violent the majority of the time. To begin with, pitbulls may be marked as dangerous in present day, but they used to be known as the…

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    Essay On Dog Personhood

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    Dogs… Lots of people hate them while most love them. The average family at least has one. A lot of families care for their dogs as if they are human beings. There are also some people who care more for dogs than they care for humans. The question being tossed around is, should dogs be granted personhood? Of course, dog lovers will say yes to this question without any hesitation. Other people will say they do not need it on the other hand. Numerous amounts of people claim that dogs are people too…

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    A Pitbull Research Paper

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    misunderstood. These breeds have been used for many things like “bull baiting”, “rat-baiting”, and dogfighting. Pit bulls aren't as bad as they seem to be. They have a long rough history. These dogs come from two very obedient dog breeds. Some also think pitbulls may have locked jaws and a high bite rate. Dog fighting goes way back to around medieval times. Before it was outlawed many pit bulls were used to fight animals like bears, bulls and there own kind(1). These fights often where…

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    Danger Of Single Story

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    a Single Story, presented by Chimamanda Adichie, she talks about how a peoples’ perception of other people of a foreign country, or even a foreign country as a whole, can be highly influenced by what they read, hear, or see on TV. “I loved those American and British books I read. They stirred my imagination. They opened up new worlds for me. But the unintended consequence was that I did not know that people like me could exist in literature. So what the discovery of African writers did for me…

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    What Pit Bulls are Actually Capable of There are many controversies regarding the breed of pit bulls in society today. The opinion of some is that the breed should be terminated, while others love the breed. Meanwhile the rest of the population does not have an opinion about the breed at all. Each opinion was discovered through experience, communication, or reading. Charlotte Alter has an opinion of her own in the article she wrote. Charlotte Alter’s position on the fact that pit bulls are…

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    How the bull got his horns A long time ago when Bulls had no horns his head was as smooth as a doe`s. Though Bull was a fast runner he liked to brag about it to the other animals saying “ Look at me! Look at me, I'm the fastest runner”. Bull had a friend named Kangaroo, Kangaroo also bragged that he was the best at races because he could jump so high and far that he would be done in a matter of seconds. Even though Bull and Kangaroo are friends they argued every time over who was the…

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    How to Properly Leave Your Dog Inside a Car. Interior car temperature may rise up to 20 degrees in the first few minutes and this is fatal to your dog. Without proper ventilation, your dog might be experiencing intense heat. This could result in death or serious illness. It is never advisable to leave your dog inside your car. However, there are instances that you may have to leave your dog inside the car for a few minutes. Before you do so, please make sure that you have followed the steps…

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