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    My Dog Lola Analysis

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    the ability to love. Love is hard to explain, but for my whole life, I have been told that I have so much love to give, especially love towards animals. One animal that I love very much is my dog, Lola. Lola is a pure bred Rottweiler and her story begins with the end of our former dog, Maggie’s story. Maggie was a rescued Rottweiler and when she passed, I, along with my family, wanted another female “Rottie” in the house. Unfortunately, months of searching left us with nothing. Rescue groups were too strict with adoption requirements and local shelters weren’t getting any Rottweilers in. I quickly was losing hope, but then, we got Lola. It was my eighth grade year. I was at home, probably multitasking with my…

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    Dog Bans Essay

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    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 closely related dog, should be eliminated. Breed specific dog bans are in place in many…

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    Pit Bulls Essay

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    Hence the name, the German Shepherd originated in Germany in the late 19th century. The public caught sight of the canine in 1882 in a show in Hanover. The appearance of the German Shepherd differed that of the breed we know of today. After WWII is believed to be when the modern-day German Shepherds appeared. Max von Stephanitz is accredited with the crossbreeding of “working sheep dogs” to create a working dog with stamina. The arrival of the German Shepherd in the Unites States did not take…

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    Pros And Cons Of Pitbull

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    go, they fail to notice that holding on would be not only beneficial, but life-saving. The teeth remaining in the victim can staunch the bleeding, and therefore save lives rather than taking them. Despite all of these facts, there is still one myth to disprove: that of insane bite force. Many believe that APBT’s have the strongest bite force of any domestic canine. During a test performed by National Geographic’s Dr. Brady Barr, however, this theory was blown out of the water. Dr. Barr measured…

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    Dog Breed Discrimination

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    towards me or anyone, because he was raised correctly. With a little love from a dog owner you could reduce the ridiculous percentages of dangerous dog attacks. The U.S. population consisting of pit bulls are estimated to 30-40% of the dog population, making it a very popular breed. Considering that there were an estimated 53,000,000 dogs in the U.S., and pit bulls make up 10% of that population, there would be approximately 5.3 million pit bulls in our society. In 2000, 13 pit bulls were…

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    However, pit bulls are just taking their turns for having this reputation. Before pit bulls, rottweilers and dobermans were known as the world’s most feared dog, but they were never banned. An actual plan needs to be made to solve the violence caused by all dogs rather than to just rid of them all together. Banning a whole breed will never solve the problems known today because there will always be the next dangerous dog breed ready to emerge. Meaning the death of Americans will never decrease…

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    Pitbull Terrier

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    In the past, The Pitbull Terrier was bred to be a companion and family dog. In present day, the Pitbull Terrier is oftentimes referred to as the “demon dog” because of misconceptions and bad press. Stories have dominated the news and social media of killer dogs with little being said in their defense. The Pitbull Terrier breed is undeniably at stake and the prejudice seen against this breed is seen more and more as time goes on. The dominant conversation of the Pitbull Terrier involves the…

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    Discrimination of the dogs A very sad trend has developed in this country, a trend of the discrimination of dogs by their breed. The American people see a dog and immediately place a judgement in their own mind of what breed it is and how it will behave if approached. I believe there are concrete reasons for why this thought process exists. First of all, the media consistently stirs up the pot in this matter. It seems to me that any time I see a breaking news story of a dog attack, it has…

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    1) These statistics do not come as a shocker because the breeds that are affiliated with these deaths are the same breed that are abused, forced to fight, attack, and obey the commands of their frightening owners. Victims that survive pit bull mutilation incidents live with grudges towards the breed type itself not giving the group a chance at defense. These victims will never agree that pit bulls are falsely accused of crimes, and that the real criminals are the owners. This breed is…

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    “In 2013, after a three-year investigation that included local police and the FBI, more than 15 people were arrested, 367 dogs seized, $500,000 in cash, firearms and drugs were seized in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Texas” (par. 8). Basically, Dearen is saying dogfights do not just generate from money, other illegal acts involving drugs and firearms keep them moving too. The result of these actions leads to conviction. Many competitors are mixing top dogfighting breeds with one another to…

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