Lift The Ban
Pit bulls are the most lovable and loyal type of dogs until they are placed into the hands of the wrong trainers who mistreat, neglect and use them for fighting. Pit bulls used to be one of the most well-liked pets and they used to represent the American Military. Over the years the pit bull became used for fighting dogs and that’s how they received such a bad rep. They are illustrated by many as these fierce, aggressive dogs who are trained to kill. But are they really as bad as people portray them to be. Because of the portrayal many place on pit bulls they have become banned in numerous places including just about every military installation. The Breed Specific Legislation (BSL) what the ban on pit bulls is currently known as, bans or limits specific breeds based on the fact they are known to be dangerous. Not every pit bull is dangerous. It’s time for owner’s to take responsibility for these vicious attacks, not the pit bulls and its time to lift the ban.
Why should the pit bull be banned? Pit bulls are not humans so why would you ban the one who doesn‘t understand and is only doing what they are taught. No matter what the myths or what the media portrays about pit bulls they are not at all what some describe. Yes, there are pit bulls that kill and are trained to kill but that’s not the case for all pit bulls. I am one who can testify to that. I owned a pit bull for a couple of years, he was a lovable and loyal dog and never bit anyone. He was very good around children, even around my god daughter who he constantly protected. He was a good dog and was very playful with other dogs as well. He was trained to be that way. I received orders to a new military base and found out my dog wasn’t allowed to come with me because of the ban on the installation of pit bull breeds. To this day it still devastates me. My pit bull was like my son, I loved him dearly and miss him more than ever. If you take a minute to understand...
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