“When someone says the name “Pit Bull”, most people either think that of a vicious dog or aware that others think of them that way”. (“The Truth behind the Pit Bull Terrier.”) Most people think that since Pit Bulls have a strong, fierce appearance they are aggressive. Seeing people be afraid of a Pit Bull is upsetting, they 're missing out on so much. There is no other breed that stirs up so much emotion. If you adopt a Pit Bull from a shelter and they are aggressive, then they were most likely abused or abandoned by their past owner.
The breed is not the problem, the owner is. 84% dogs involved in fatal attacks were abused or neglected. Mistreating an animal will make them fearful of humans, therefore, they will feel they have to defend themselves at all times. It will make them mean because people were once mean to them. It is a learned behavior.
If there is more back there and next time you go to a animal shelter or a pet shop and you see that pitbull give it a chance at a better life because you wouldn't want you kid to live that life would you. So why let them live like that it's not fair so all i ask is give them a chance you never know you might find your next best friend. I mean i understand that everyone has a bad experience with dogs but not all of them are bad. Some of them yes but you can't think all dogs are bad because of one dog you met in your life. So when you see a homeless dog give it a chance and be nice to it.
Pit bulls are still used in wrongful war were people bet on the winners. Long ago in England, the dogs were unwilling to battle bulls or even bears in pits. Professional agree that the most dangerous pit bulls are those whose owners abuse the dogs to make them more combative.
Banning pit bulls will not change an animal’s natural instinct and make people safer. When news anchors report on a story involving a dog attack, they automatically assume that if the dog attacked, it must be a pitbull.This isn’t fair to this breed. They have earned an unfair reputation. When they attack, the do so because
We can put all these rules into affect and try to stop it in every way that we can, but who's to say it will actually stop? Getting rid of a certain fighting breed, giving dog breeders and animal shelters ways to look for signs of people that fight dogs, and start making it mandatory for dogs to be microchipped are all great ways to prevent the fighting of dogs. The dog fights may not ever go away, but there is a a chance that it could decrease significantly if we put these rules into affect. Dogs don't deserve to be treated like play toys to just hurt and abuse for no reason, dogs are supposed to be loved and cared for. Having a dog is a privilege not a right.
Outsmart your owner. We dogs like to eat and have treats. But there are only two ways we will get them: being a good dog and listening or not being a good dog and not listening until they say “ lets have a treat” (the second choice is much better). This is a lot more fun because you get to see your owner all flustered and frustrated. Don’t let them take away your bone so you must scare them off.
But studies show that Chihuahuas and Jack Russell terriers are actually the most aggressive breeds, but their size and physical limitations prevent them from killing people, Polsky said. "Unfortunately, an incident like this just reinforces people's beliefs," that all pit bulls are dangerous, Polsky said. "It's just not fair. I come across a lot of pit bull dogs that are just the sweetest dogs in the world," he
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Pit bulls were once respected animals, and therefore, should not be banned. Reasons for this opinion are former respect, media bias, and other breeds also being dangerous. Once respected First of all, before the civil war pit bulls were a working breed that gained much respect. According to source 3, by the 1900’s one of the most popular was the pit bull. These dogs were kept as pets, guardians, herders, and hunters.
Within the whole dog populace, 6% are that of pit bulls. Whilst they are originally bred as bully dogs, pit bulls transcended the notion and become more welcoming to human care. By the early 1900s, pit bulls are dubbed to be 'nanny dogs ' due to their caring and affectionate nature towards children and the elderly. And one unnoticed truth about dog attacks and pit bulls is that breeds aren’t really a factor if a dog would bite deep or not. The breed isn 't really accepted to be an essential factor in dog attacks, and so the misconception about pit bulls being a crazed dog breed isn 't really factual.