Pit Bulls can be good pets and should not be banned
The Breed Specific Legislation is a set of laws that are being put into place to restrict and euthanize all dogs that have been determined as lethal, aggressive and viscous. This ban has targeted a specific breed of dog, the Pit Bull. This breed includes the American Staffordshire Terrier (AmStaff), the American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT), the Bull Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Miniature Bull Terrier and the American Bulldog. The concern of this breed, also called fighting dogs, has increased, and many question whether or not they are deemed suitable in public. The law is forcing owners of these breeds to relocate, confine their pets, or even euthanize them in some areas. The ban of Pit Bulls is not the right thing to do, especially when it comes to euthanizing a friendly family dog; yet, there should be certain people who should not be allowed to own a Pit Bull. This breed isn’t the first who attacked humans. In the past Rottweiler, German Shepherd and Doberman Pinchers were considered dangerous. There are many criminals out there using this type of breed for their own goods. The breed gets blamed for everything, and the criminals, otherwise known as the owner get away with it. Who is causing all those problems? It is the owner! They train the dogs to be mean. They give them hot sauce or raw meat to be aggressive. To make it even more horrible some owners give Pit Bulls steroids to make them look more muscular. Ban or no ban, the criminals are still getting Pit Bulls and reproduce them. Who is going to suffer because of that? It’s the dog and the loving owner who is training the breed the correct way. It is because of those people who train these dogs incorrectly that we might end up of having to ban and euthanize this breed in every state. Pit Bulls should not be blamed for the aggressive behavior, but rather the owner for being cruel, irresponsible, and for not training the dogs the correct way. A...
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