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    Breed Specific Legislation

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    limitations, and various other rules. Breed specific laws cause numerous loving dogs to be put down each year (BSL, n.d.). Some laws and rules that are enforced are logical under circumstances, but others are questionable. Many people believe it is only Pit-bulls and Rottweilers that are targeted by BSL laws, but there are various breeds of dogs targeted with Breed Specific Legislation. In fact, there are 75 dog breeds in the United States that have been banned or restricted with BSL laws (75 dog breeds…, 2012)

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    Essay On Dog Fighting

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    A large number of the population can’t accurately identify a pit bull from a bulldog or a staffordshire terrier. By definition, a Pit Bull is a medium-sized, solidly built, short haired dog whose early ancestors came from England and Ireland. Some of the most popular fighting breeds are Pit bulls, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, American Pit Bull Terriers, American Bulldogs, and American Bull Terriers. Butchers would use large dogs, similar to Mastiffs, called Bullenbeissers

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    Boxer vs. American Staffordshire Terrier

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    similar is that they are two of the top most popular breeds here in the United States. It has been said that dogs is man's best friend, and because of this, it makes them great companions. These two breeds, the Boxer and the American Staffordshire terrier fit very easily into family life. When an owner tells his dog that he is a good boy, the dog happily wags its tail. Then, there are those times when an owner has to discipline his dog, the dog, then creeps away with that sad puppy dog look on its

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    Pit Bulls Essay

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    Pit Bulls have been looked upon as a very aggressive breed of dog since the 1980’s, but what many people don’t see is the other side of Pit Bulls. Unfortunately, Pit Bulls are judged by the actions that are seen all over on news channels, but the news channels don’t do the breed justice usually as many stories they are involved in dog attacks. The idea that Pit Bulls can be loyal and family dogs does not resonate with many people as some people can’t look past the fact that there seems to be more

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    Unethical Pitbull Owners

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    Never Mind the Dog Beware of the Owner The American Pit Bull Terrier is a good breed of dogs that has earned its popularity throughout the world. The Pit bull is well known to be a loyal, brave and a very good companion to its owner. However, caution should be taken to avoid these terriers from getting into the hands of unethical owners. According to the United Kennel Club (UKC), the standard for the American Pit Bull Terrier is a dog that is square and powerful with a blocky head, prominent

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    My Pit Bull

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    My Pit Bull I.     Pit bulls are outlawed in Miami-Dade County because of their vicious nature. A.     In 1990, the American Pit Bull Terrier was outlawed in Miami Dade County. B.     There are many reasons why we fear this particular breed and one reason is because we fear what we do not understand. C.     The pit bull dogs are outlawed in Miami Dade County because of the inbred susceptibility to attack other animals, and because of the danger posed to humans. II.     One stereo type of pit

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    The Truth About Pit Bulls

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    what has happened to the entire breed of American Pit Bull Terriers, otherwise known as pit bulls. Pit bulls are known for being the most common fighting dog, because they have a powerful jaw and bite, and do not give up until they physically cannot move anymore. Unfortunately, all pit bulls have received a bad name from these fighting dogs. Pit bulls face discrimination daily, because of the actions of other pit bulls, even though not every pit bull is a bad dog. Breed specific legislation, which is

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    Pit bull Agression

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    in a lot of stress at school, which caused them to mentally shut down and shun the world. This caused Jennyfer to give up her life and help her sons. A year later, she volunteered to take a pit bull under her foster care. Under any other circumstances, she would have been fearful to interact with a pit bull, but with this one, she just saw an animal that wanted to love. At first her sons completely ignored the dog. After a couple of weeks, they were hugging, loving, and playing with the pitbull. She

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    The misrepresentation of Pit Bull breeds in the media has been reflected in American culture. As these dogs were incorporated into World War I propaganda, they were perceived as symbols of courage and strength, the archetype of American dog breeds5. When, in the 1920s and 1930s, American Staffordshire Terrier “Pete the Pup” starred in the comedy Our Gang, later known as The Little Rascals, Pit Bulls were considered “nanny dogs” and family-friendly pets7. When the media focused heavily on illegal

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    Essay On Pit Bulls

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    “Arms of an Angel,” playing in the background. The most prominent dog in these heart wrenching videos are pit bulls. Pit bulls have a ferocious stigma in the United States and are being put down is mass numbers every day. Studies estimate that up to 1 million Pits are euthanized per year, or 2,800 per day. (D’Addio, 2011) The fact that pit bulls are being put down for solely being pit bulls is astonishing. I will be discussing the ethical dilemma for euthanizing this dog breed for the stigma we have

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