I am trying to write a paper on pitbulls and the laws banning them I was wondering if you could...
give me an idea of some resources i could look at to to find out the exact bite force of dogs?
I just googled 'pit bulls bite force' and a wealth of info popped up.. including psi pressure and comparisions with other breeds bite force.. Hope that helps.. have some fun searching with your keywords..
I would do a search on the internet. I can't remember any resources off the top of my head, but there are several books about it and websites. If you could find the books, definitely buy them, as they're always better sources of information.
You could also go to your local animal control and get statistics from your local area. Just remember those statistics aren't going to be 100% accurate bc of obvious reasons.
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The NRA leadership (not most of NRA members) currently sees Gun Control as a stark Black and White issue. The NRA et al think that ANY step to keep guns out of the hands of those who shouldn't have them is ipso facto an attempt to keep guns out of the hands of ALL citizens; this is the...
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