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Not knowing the breed requirements for the dog that you have can be a huge problem," John said.
It's not the pitbulls that are aggressive, usually it's the people.
Some pit bulls are aggressive because they are not neutered or spayed.
Pit Bulls are sometimes taught to be agressive and to fight.
The Humane Society's study found of the 73 dogs who bit a human, more than half had not been spayed or neutered.
A study by the Sioux Falls Area Humane Society found the highest number of bites at its facility actually came from Labrador Retrievers.
According to a 2012 study by the American Veterinarian Medical Association, small to medium breed dogs, like toy breeds and spaniels, were actually more aggressive toward people than large breed dogs.
Certain dog breeds are often more feared than others, based on what they look like.
Pit bulls are not responsible for the largest number of fatal dog attacks
Pit bulls are not the dogs that inflict the most bites
Pit bulls pass temperament testing at a higher rate than dogs in general
People get them for the wrong reasons.
Animals can be trained out of almost anything with the right hands training them.
My mom :D ( I put this into my own words )
People and owners should be more aware of their dog and other dogs when they have the ability to interact with each other.
Pit Bulls are often taught and trained to be vicious.
We look at pit bulls past, not the future. They where trained in the past to fight, but things have changed and we don't realise that.
People judge the dogs and breeds by the looks of them.
Pit Bulls can be used for a lot more than bad.
Pit Bulls are also great family pets to own whom protect you if you train them to do so.
Pit Bulls are judged by looks and past.
Pit Bulls are good guard dogs.
Pit Bulls are not all mean.
We judge them by what stories and rumors say.
They can be trained to be nice and in control.
They can be very sweet when need be.
The owners have a big part in how the dog's act.
Owners sometimes use these dogs for fighting.
These dogs are used for granted.
People judge them by their looks, not their personality.
Pit Bulls are trained to fight, but like I said, trained. They can be untrained.
Pit Bulls can be friendly.
The owners need to pay attention to their dog more.
Pit Bulls need to have the right family and people to live with.
They need the right trainor.
They can be good companionships.
Taking them away from family by banning them can effect them and their families.
Pit Bulls are judged by their race.
Owners need to learn the proper way if taking care of these dogs.
They need to be separated from other dogs if aggressive.
Pit Bulls can save lives.
Pit Bulls are abused too often to banned.
The owners are the responsible ones most of the time.
Owners need to be trained also.
Pit Bulls can be put in extra training.
Pit Bulls seriously just need the correct person to be with.
Opponents claim that breed alone is not a good indicator of canine behavior.
Health professionals and animal behaviorists point out that breed is only one of “[s]everal interacting factors” that determine a dog's likelihood to attack.
This Comment examines the reasons for breed-specific legislation and looks at some of the human factors behind the “breed” problem. It argues that instead of targeting specific breeds, municipalities should enforce existing animal control laws and punish the human behavior that leads to dog attacks.
Pit Bulls are known to have a "Locked Jaw" which is not true, so people tend to make Pit Bulls sound worse then they actually are.