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Pit Bull Owner’s Manifesto

Updated on October 26, 2012

We stand before you ridiculed for loving these so called monsters.

We a stereotyped as criminals, drug deals, or just plain crazy.

The breed we love is marked as an outcast, as something to be feared and destroyed.

Our dogs are discriminated against, the same as many humans face racism.

We’ve been driven from our towns, forced to leave are homes to protect our dogs.

Others have been required to turn over their family pet into the hands of death.

Our companions are taken from us on the premises they are demons not fit to live.

They are believed to be guilty; guilty of nothing more than being born the wrong breed.

Those who understand the breed knows their true nature.

Those who are responsible and have done true research fight for the dogs they love.

However, those who choose to remain ignorant know nothing but to fear and hate.

They bring damnation upon an innocent creature for the crimes of man.

Responsible owners engage in what seems to be a losing battle.

Yet, we will not stand idly by doing nothing as these loving creatures face persecution.

No, we will stand and fight for those who have no voice.

We will not let the Pit Bulls fall into extinction; we will continue to fight even when all seems lost.


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      BODYLEVIVE 5 years ago from Alabama, USA

      Pit Bulls become what they are trained to be and if that is to fight and kill, that is what he knows how to do. When they attack someone, the dog has been provoked in some manner. They do not like their tails pulled, they watch motion and can become aggressive if provoked. It's all in the training. I have a pit that is 5 years old and weighs 80 pounds. He is loving toward his family and very protective of us. He protects what is his and we have had no problem with him attacking anyone. People should keep their pets in the house, in a pen or tied out. They should not be allowed to run around the neighborhood loose. I have two dogs, one pit and one lab. Yes, they are in a pen together when they are not in the house with us.

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      Eternal Evolution 5 years ago from kentucky

      @Pit Bull Dangers If you had stated you comment in an intelligent manner instead of just spouting you opinion and not backing it up with sound research I might have actually taken the time to properly reply ...

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      Pit Bull Dangers 6 years ago

      If stop letting your dogs kill more people than all other type dogs combined then you would not have so many fighting to save peoples lives. Take responsibility and help solve the problems instead of making them worse. Every time you try to make the issue go away or try to hide the truth then you make yourself just as responsible for the deaths and terrible injuries as the dogs or their irresponsible owners.

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      flagostomos 6 years ago from Washington, United States

      My neighbors have a little chihuahua that is, for all intents and purposes, a littler incarnation of evil. It barks and snarls at you for no other purpose than you walked by it. It has bitten me countless times. But who cares about that? It's a cute little chihuahua.

      While I don't disagree that certain types of dogs do have tendancies to agression, it really all depends on how the dogs were raised and trained. Most of the pitbulls I've met were really nice.

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      Memories1932 6 years ago

      I think they need to give pit bulls a break. I have met some pit bulls and they are very sweet. There may be bad pit bull owners but that is not the fault of the pit bulls. They cannot choose their owners or how they will be trained.All pit bulls deserve love and respect and I will always stand up for them.

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      Maria Cecilia 6 years ago from Philippines

      it'a hard to make a stand in this topic, I love dogs but news or maybe exaggerated write ups led to this impression of pitbull. so for someone like me who haven't had pitbull, I have no choice but to fear them for my dogs... I witnessed in one free anti rabbies vaccination drive when the Pitbull just bit a puppy, what could be the reason why some Pitbulls behave that way?bad owners? I hope and believe that it is not their nature... I love dogs too...

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      Jordan 6 years ago from California

      I couldn't agree with you more! One of my best friends has a pit bull who is the absolute sweetest dog and far less likely to bite then her chihuahua.