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8 reason why pit bulls are the worst dog

Posted by angel.us 
8 reason why pit bulls are the worst dog
September 26, 2017 01:08AM
8 reason why pit bulls are the worst dog (a parody apparently):

They sure do live up to their stereotype.
Anna Bowman

It's common knowledge that pit bulls are horrible dogs. They can be violent and aggressive, and they'll injure everyone they go around. They totally should be illegal to own in every state. They totally should be put down in shelters and pounds. They're horrible dogs, and they aren't going to be good for the family. Here's why:


1. They're incredibly loving and loyal dogs.

No one wants that. Who wants a dog that's great with children and other animals? Who wants a dog that acts like an adorable 5-year-old? Nobody, that's who.


2. They have the cutest nickname: Pitties.

That's childish. Why would anyone call a dog breed that? Ridiculous.


3. "Pit bull" isn't a specific breed.

In fact, there are many breeds that fall under the category of "pit bull": the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Cane Corso, the American Pit Bull Terrier and more. Who wants to remember all of that? Why isn't it specific? Time to ban and fear multiple other dog breeds for a broad generalization!

4. Pit bulls are classified as a "bully breed."



It has "bull" in the name! That means that they're aggressive and bad. It totally doesn't mean that they have bulldog origins or anything.

5. They're also known as the "nanny breed" for their gentle and affectionate nature towards children.



That's just despicable. A dog that gets along well with children and even treats them gently? No way, that's just impossible. They're too vicious.


6. Their breed isn't a relevant factor to fatal dog bites.

A study showed that, out of 256 dog bite fatalities between 2000-2009, 84 percent of bites were from unneutered males, 76 percent were from dogs kept and trained as guard dogs rather than pets, and 28 percent were from dogs whose owner(s) had a history of animal abuse. In fact, in 80 percent of dog bite cases, the breed of the dog can't even be identified. Breed isn't a relevant factor... but that's impossible. science is never right.

(Fun Fact: The chance of receiving a fatal dog bite is 1 in 18 million!)


7. Pit bulls do not have a stronger bite pressure than any other dog.

In fact, their strength is lower than many other dogs (even lower than the German Shepherd). But there's been so many incidents with aggressive pit bulls and their bites, there's no way they don't have the strongest bite!


8. Breed-specific legislation against pit bulls is ineffective.

Public safety does not improve, money is wasted, and irresponsible dog owners (of other breeds) go unpunished while the responsible are punished with higher insurance policies and discrimination. The only thing that improves is the illusion that the community is safer due to the "relief" of unknowledgeable civilians by not having Pit Bulls around.

Overall, pit bulls are terrible and shouldn't be allowed in society.


Because, you know, it's totally not a generalized stereotype. Pit bulls make fantastic dogs; a few of my friends have owned them, and they were some of the most loving and adorable dogs you could imagine. Unfortunately, they're the target for most dog fighting rings and criminals, and that's given them the wrong reputation; but can you really blame the dogs? An estimated 2,000 to 3,000 pit bulls are euthanized every day, which is far above any other breed. People have been denied housing due to owning a pit bull and families have watched their beloved dogs be taken away from them due to ownership bans in their city.

There is no evidence that a pit bull is more dangerous than any other dog. A dog is like a child; it adapts to the environment around it. If it's forced to become aggressive and act like a generally "bad" dog (if there is such a thing), it will become one. But most pit bulls are raised in loving homes with fantastic families and become just as great as any other dog, if not better. While each breed has its own basic personality, each dog has its own individual personality.

Pit bulls aren't inherently vicious, they weren't bred to be fighters, and they aren't even the strongest around. They're incredible dogs, and they make fantastic family pets. Don't let generalized stereotypes influence your opinion—after all, you wouldn't want to be labeled as something you're not, right?

Don't blame the dog; blame the owner.

Please stop the discrimination against pit bulls. Here are a few amazing pit bull rescues and organizations you should support: the Pit Bull Rescue Central, the American Pit Bull Foundation and BAD RAP.


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Re: 8 reason why pit bulls are the worst dog
November 08, 2017 07:21PM
I prefer dogs that could never kill you even if they wanted to.
Re: 8 reason why pit bulls are the worst dog
November 08, 2017 11:19PM
Quote
Hornswoggle
I prefer dogs that could never kill you even if they wanted to.

I prefer dogs that don't want to kill you . . . except with kisses.

~Angel


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