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Re: “Rude: WRAL Would Not Feature Dallas the Pit Bull on "Pet of the Day"

Pit bulls have been selectively bred for extreme aggression for hundreds of years for violent blood sports with a deadly bite. They are not safe or appropriate pets and should never be considered as such. Not all pit bulls will maim or kill but predicting which ones will is impossible.

Pit bull type dogs make-up 6% of the U.S. dog population but they kill more than 95% of the 50,000 people, pets and livestock killed every year in the U.S. If you take the time to read these tragedies most of the pit bulls that killed came from loving homes. No other dog breeds even comes close to the carnage pit bulls cause.

From 2005-2016, 235 people killed by pit bull type dogs. http://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-statistics-fatalities.php

50,000 + animals killed by pit bulls every year: http://www.animals24-7.org/2015/01/27/how-many-other-animals-did-pit-bulls-kill-in-
and http://www.animals24-7.org/2016/01/31/pit-bulls-killed-24000-other-dogs-13000-cats-in-2015/

459 disfigurements in 2015 by pit bulls.

I hope you will read the entire breed bio for the American Pit Bull Terrier on our website to have a better understanding of why pit bulls disproportionately kill more humans and animals than all breeds combined.: http://www.daxtonsfriends.com/american-pit-bull-terrier/

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Posted by Julie Wall on 03/04/2016 at 9:17 AM

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