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    Pit Bull Reputation Essay

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    afraid of pit-bulls because of their reputation as fighting dogs. The only thing that they see is the strong looking dog and its lockjaw. In fact pit-bulls have been great family dogs for a very long time. Pit-bulls should be allowed as pets because they can be cared for like any other dog, they are loving companions, and they don’t deserve their poor reputation. To start off, pit bulls are just like any other breed of dog. Just like other dogs if pit bulls are ignored by their owner they will be uncontrollable, and could possibly hurt someone. Because of this their actions can’t be controlled due to the fact that they were never taught how to behave. When owners neglect their dogs the dog can go out of control and hurt someone, this is why owners should take the time to properly teach their dogs how to act. Furthermore, if a pit bull is not trained they have no boundaries so they will do as they please. The dog owners are responsible to train their dogs to obey…

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    Pit Bulls

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    Pit bull is the common name for a type of dog. Formal breeds often considered in North America to be of the pit bull type include the American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bully, and Staffordshire Bull Terrier It is a generic term often used to describe all dogs with similar traits and characteristics often known by the public as Pit Bulls. Pit Bulls have great physical and mental characteristics that make them excellent partners for responsible, active, and caring…

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    Many think that pit bulls will attack any moment, without warning and are therefore dangerous. Dogs do not react without warning and pit bulls are no exception. They are predictable as any other dog. Dogs communicate through body language they show us signs when they are afraid, stressed, happy, depressed, irritated and they even show us love and compassion. However some signs are easy to miss or misread. There are hundreds of body cues that dogs use and humans easily misunderstand their dogs or…

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    Pit Bulls In My Family

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    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 friends during a game of catch. The other dogs didn’t allow me to…

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    Pit Bulls are considered “The American Dog”. They have changed the way many Americans view dogs, but not only dogs the specific breed pit bulls. Many people only see them as mean, dangerous animals. They blame the dogs’ behavior based on the few pit bulls they see on the news for “attacking” someone. Pit bulls are not naturally mean-natured dogs. There have been multiple studies done on pit bulls to prove that they are not a danger to our society. Particularly, after reading the article The…

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    Pit Bulls Are Awesome

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    Pit Bulls Are Awesome Have you ever owned a Pit bull? Well if you haven’t you should because pit bulls are awesome! I think anyone who takes the time to take of a Pit bull that they will be very happy with there dog. Just listen to this I know all kinds of people who has pit bulls and they are the best dog they have had. I also think that at the end of these paragraphs you shall love them also. First of all you know all of that bad stuff about pit bulls you have been hearing about…

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    Pit Bull Terrier History

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    The American pit-bull terrier origin begins in the early 1700s in Ireland and England where the breed was first discovered. Before it became the American pit-bull terrier, its original name was the Staff shire terrier. The American pit-bull terrier was a breed formed from tow distinctive dogs. The bulldog was use for the strength and muscular build of the American pit-bull terrier. The white terrier gave the American pit-bull terrier the speed, agility, and the overall bravery to be used as…

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    Pit Bull Monologue

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    was about Eleven or Twelve years old. What had started out as a great day took a turn for the worst. My brother, Bobby, was moving to San Diego and had decided to take our pit bull red with him. My mother, my step-dad and myself were all against him taking red but he was really my brothers dog so we couldn’t tell him not to. We all really loved that dog, to us he was part of the family. It was going well for the first couple days, it was hard getting used to not seeing my dog around. He always…

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    Essay On Pit Bulls

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    The Ultimate Deal on Pit Bulls Did you know that Pit Bulls are known as the “Jews of the canine world?” (Ingall). Pits bulls are hated for faulty reasoning, giving them the title of the “Jews of the canine world” (Ingall). There are many stereotype of pit bulls that lead to peoples reasoning for such hatred; they are unpredictable, dangerous, and vicious. Pit Bulls were originally breed to take down large animals, bulls in particular. When bull baiting became, illegal people turned to dog…

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    Pit Bull: Misunderstood

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    People have misconceptions about pit bulls, fearing them and viewing them as “vicious killers” or “dangerous”. The reason pit bulls are so misunderstood is because of the many myths that surround the breed. A lot of these myths contributed to the negative image associated with pit bulls and many of them do not fairly represent the breed. It was stated in an article “Pit Bull: Myth vs. Fact”, on TeamPitAFull.org, that of the most one popular myths about pit bulls is that they have locking jaws,…

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