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  • Pit bulls- Argument paper

     The World’s Most Misunderstood Breed of Dogs When many people see a pit bull or the breed is mentioned they instantly stereotype them as being aggressive and monstrous beasts, this however is not the case as all! Pit bulls have been breed over the years as fighting dogs. The owners have raised them...

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  • Persasive Essay About Pit Bulls

    There are no Bad Pit Bulls, just Bad Owners Misty Heier COM215 January 12, 2012 Rachel Grant There are no Bad Pit Bulls, just Bad Owners Thesis: Because of bad press, myths, and distorted facts, this breed has...

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  • an essays about the controversal breed of dog "The Pit Bull"

    Their Rep is the 'PITS': But controversial breed makes great family pet The American Staffordshire Terrier (also known as Pit Bull) is believed to be a man-eating beast. But is this breed all it's made out to be? The Pit Bull started in the Unites States; it has been developed since the early 1800's...

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  • Persuasive Paper on Pit Bull College Essay - Jessicawilliams

    DO YOU LIKE PIT BULLS Over the last 20 years or so, the pit bull has fallen victim to the careless deeds of unethical breeders, irresponsible and even shady owners. This bad combination, along with the handiwork of a sensationalistic media. Has done a terrible thing to our beloved breed. As a result...

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  • Pit Bulls

    the private ownership of pit bulls. Cambridge Assignment 7th Grade Language Arts Mrs. Cox Coral Springs Charter School 1/30/13 Banning Pit Bulls is Wrong! Within all of the controversy about the pit bull breed and whether or not they...

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  • Pit Bulls

    Title Although pit bulls used to be the most popular breed for American families and considered the “true American dog”, lately their breed is being discriminated against just for the behavior of some, compared to the behavior of all. The media covers more attacks by pit bulls than any other breed...

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  • Pit Bulls

    Pit bulls and terrier breeds were created in early 19th century, for the popular spectator sports of bull- and bear-baiting. In 1898 the UKC, Britain's equivalent of the AKC, named these bull dogs the American Pit Bull Terrier. The AKC decided to recognize the breed in the early 1930s--but under a new...

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  • Pit Bulls

    Thesis Statement: American Pit bull Terriers are not a dangerous breed, the myths about this dog created a false images for the animal which made people afraid of them. Pit bulls are one of the least aggressive dog breeds, they do not have a locking jaw, and they are a reflection of how their owners...

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  • Pit Bulls

    Professor Kaefer English 1B 3 March 2013 Pit Bulls: Misconceptions and the Truth Pit Bulls, one of the American societies famous bully breeds is too often stereotyped as malicious animals, but that stereotype is false due to evidence that pit bulls can be just as loving as the iconic golden retriever...

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  • Pit Bulls

    Pit bulls tend to have a publically bad reputation, they have been misjudge because of what people have seen on TV, in movies and on the Internet. I feel that pit bulls do not get the credit they deserve. The only time a pit is recognize is when it attacks and causes damage to a human or another animal...

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  • Pit bulls

    black pit bull from one of his dog litters. From that moment on I was in love. So I trained that dog just for fight trying to do what my uncle done with his dog. Thats all I knew, they say you learn things from people that you grew up around and your surrounding. Well my surrounding was Pit bull and dog...

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  • Pit Bulls

    the way she looks, the way she is built, or the way her bark sounds? B. Credibility As an owner of an American pit bull terrier, I witness first hand how the pit bull is discriminated against on a daily basis. C. Audience Relation How many of you enjoy being categorized by the...

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  • Pit Bull

    Republican, says he grew up in Miami-Dade never understanding why the county outlaws pit bulls. Now Trujillo has filed a bill that would amend state law to allow the breed in Miami-Dade, the only county that prohibits pit bulls. According to the America Vet Medication Association, “controlled studies have...

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  • Pit Bull

    a dog a vicious dog? Who defines these characteristics for dogs, and why is it that only certain breeds are considered good or bad? The American Pit Bull Terrier is a controversial breed of dog. Many people will fight to the end of time that this breed, is the best ever. Others are frightened by...

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  • Pit Bulls Are Not Aggressive

    You finally decide to take a leap of chance and help the puppy, you go outside and the puppy gently lifts his head toward you and you notice it’s a pit bull. He is so skinny, starved, and parched, with the only thing to drink being muddy rain water. You slowly move closer and pet him, he lays his head...

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  • Pit Bull Abuse

    Pit bulls may seem like aggressive dogs. Even the word “pit bull” may make people scared. Everything negative you hear about pit bulls is a big lie. Pit bulls are intelligent, super-loyal, very loving, and have high amounts of energy. But you’d be hard-pressed to find another breed with more raw athletic...

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  • Pit Bulls Ban

    Pit Bulls There is a lot of controversy between legislation and pit bull supporters over the banning of pit bulls. Pit bulls have been characterized as aggressive, dangerous, and vicious animals because of their genetic predisposition. For that matter legislation is trying to stop the breeding of pits...

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  • Misconceptions of Pit Bulls

    Misconceptions of Pit Bulls Tori Renfro Few dogs are as renowned and as feared in America as the Pit Bull. The American Pit Bull Terrier is the product of interbreeding between Old English Terrier and English Bulldogs to produce a dog that combined the gameness of the terrier with the strength and...

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  • pit bull legality

    James Alexander 3rd Hour American Literature Persuasive Essay Pit Bull Legality In today’s society many of people own or have owned some sort of pet. Either they have a dog, cat, hamster, bird, fish etcetera, but the most common animal is the dog. They are also known as man’s best friend. They...

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  • Banning Pit Bulls

    Evelyn Watson English 101 Mr. Blake November 8, 2009 Banning Pit Bulls All dogs bite. Every single one of them has the potential to turn on their very owner and as studies and news tell it they turn on children, strangers and other pets more often than we care to know about. What make makes a...

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