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  • Should Pitbulls Be Banned

    May, 2016 Pit Bulls Are Not Dangerous and Should Be Aloud as Pets There is a worldwide debate on whether or not pit bulls should have a law banning them, but the facts go to show that pit bulls are extremely loyal, protective, and well behaved household pets that are good with children and other animals. In the United States today there are approximately five million registered pit bulls (Pit Bulls: Dog Breed Discrimination). However, most people do not know that pit bulls are considered to be many different types of breeds such as Stafford bull terriers and English bull terriers. People against owning a pit bull as a pet say that the breed itself has a pretty bad reputation of being aggressive. All breeds of dogs have…

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  • Informative Essay On Pit Bull Terrier

    What comes to your mind when you think of the Pit Bull terrier? Many people think of everything that comes with their reputation, dog fighting, dog attacks, locking jaws and aggression. That is the side of the Pit Bull that many people think of, and for some people that is all they are willing to see in the breed. But that is not truly what the pit bull terrier is all about. They are so much more than what you hear in the news. Pit bulls are not deserving of their bad reputation considering…

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  • How Are Pit Bulls Dangerous Or Misunderstood?

    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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  • Pitbull Terrier

    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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  • Argumentative Essay: The Banning Of Pit Bulls

    about Pit Bulls, our society automatically connects “Pit Bull” with vicious, mean, aggressive, fighting and other words along those line. Many people in our society think that pit bulls are the worst breed of dog to own because of their aggressive reputation. Not many people today look at the fact that, just like any other breed, it depends on how they are raised or who their owners are. Everyone says that Pit Bulls are a bad breed and they should be banned, which is why some towns and states…

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  • American Pit Bull Terrier Essay

    The American pit bull terrier is a well-known breed of dog for polarizing reasons. Some know them as affectionate, loyal companions; trusted around children, the elderly, and other smaller breeds of dogs. Some may even recognize the breed from recruitment flyers for WWI, as at that time the American pit bull terrier embodied American masculinity and toughness. Delise, (2007) notes the following: However, for over half a century in between, 1920–1970, millions of Bulldogs, Bull Terriers,…

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  • Pit Bull Terrier Research Paper

    Pit bulls, the once notorious breed of dogs, way back in time, has travelled a long way from being a bull fighting dog to the care taker nanny that your kids love to be with. Although, initially, It was regarded as the national pride of England and USA, the Staffordshire bull terrier, as it was originally known, had to weather hard times, before it came to be known to as the ultimate canine gift that your kid can cherish. The Staffordshire terrier is actually a cross between a Terrier and a…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Dog Fighting

    the dogs he tortured, electrocuted, hung, beat and drowned that did not perform well? Many of the dogs used to fight with are ‘pit bulls,’ This is actually not a breed of their own there are 3 classifications for those boxy headed cuties and they are American Pit Bull Terrier which can weight anywhere from 35- 65 pounds, American Staffordshire Terrier which can weigh between 65-95 pounds and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier which is the smallest of these terriers weighing around 20-30 lbs. Many…

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  • Bully Myth Essay

    world. The bully breed of dogs such as, the American Pit bull Terrier, Staffordshire terrier, and Staffordshire bull terrier are all descendants of the ancient molosser dog from the British Isles. These medium size dogs were bred for hunting, protection, fighting, and bull baiting activities. These dogs served in the military, were presidential pits, and nanny dogs for parents. But, myths say these particular dogs have locking jaws, have a bite force of 1,600 pounds per square inch, and attack…

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  • Informative Speech On Pitbulls

    PITBULLS Pitbulls, everyone's heard of them, right? The big block headed, stumpy, mean dog that you should avoid any chance you get, yeah, them. How much do you really know about them? What makes them so mean and why do you need to avoid them? Well, believe it or not, they’re actually not all mean and if you're given the chance you really shouldn't avoid them. What is a pitbull? There really is no technical definition of a pitbull, Dr. Victoria Vioth and her team have found in recent…

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