Should pitbulls be prevented research tabloid?
ok i have to write a 6-8 pg research paper on whether pitbulls should be banned or not...i entail atleast 8 reliable sources..the more the better...i have found only 3 so far and hold gathered info here and there...i need info on newly about anything related to this argument.any website or article suggestions would be greatly appreciated!! this is really stressing me out...the more info i have the easier it is to right the 8 pages...gratitude
Pitbulls receive some tremendously bad press, but they are not a bad breed. The circumstances and conditions related to an attack should be reviewed. Too often the owner is at breakdown, because they left the dog chained to a tree and did not properly socialize it.
Here are some very well brought-up websites with more information than I can tell you.
Take the time to watch a few of the video.
Specifically read about the therapy work the pitbulls are doing.
I say again, pitbulls should not be expelled. Bad owners should be prosecuted not the breed
Okay, try this. Go onto Google or Yahoo and explore BSL, or Breed specific legislation.
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Nope, humans need to quit blaming everything they can and start taking responsibility. As a dog owner you are responsible for how your dog turns out, much like a child. You are responsible in rule right from wrong and being a good pack leader.
Blame the Deed not the Breed.
Also, the medium hypes every "dog bite" into a Pit bull attack...weather the dog really is a Pit bull or not.
check this one out. hope it helps.
i think you should also do a survey, u could a moment ago ask the question on here and that way u can have recent notes, and i think you should do research on the animal itself so you can add your own lil 2 cents in at hand too lol, i hope i was of some help
OK so I get some attention with that headline. My answer is NO. Dogs act like dogs first up to that time breed behavior. My point is that as dogs they must be properly socialized trained and be taught to be submissive to their owners and other humans. If so trained and socialized they will smell butts, play, and do what dogs do just fine without aggression. Many people I have met who have dogs, any generous of dog, do not take the time or have the knowledge to do these things regardless of breed. Often owners simply confer on their dog at home only walking it for a short time respectively day if the dog is lucky. You can't do this with a large energy dog intelligent dog (well maybe a lab), not really the way to treat any dog though. If you give attention to it's the breed problem, then think of the spoiled overprotected Chihuahua, Daschund, Toy Poodle, terrier, etc. that becomes overprotective itself. No one say anything because it's not likely that one could kill you or even severely injure you, but the behavior is the same. Dogs involve to know what is a threat and what isn't, and how to react properly to different situations, they can't get that by staying home. Dogs call for to learn these things early by proper exposure and training. The problems are worse if a dog is allowed to have a feeling dominant to their owners.
In regards to trends, there is a clear change within "dangerous breeds" as one tough dog fad changes to the subsequent. In the '70s, '72 to be exact "the Doberman gang" was released, and instantly the Doberman became the tough dog, this lasted into the 80's as movies and TV such as Magnum PI and others close to the media continued to portray the Doberman as a vicious dog. In the '90s the tough dog to have as an ornament within the back of your pickup truck was a Rottweiler, and about that time too, the Pittbull be picking up in popularity as it was portrayed in hip hop culture and even the word report of attacks promoted these dogs as "the" tough dog to own. Also as the numbers of a breed increase because of popularity the number of bites will should increase too due to simple probability. Pittbulls are more common now then within the 70's and Dobermans are less common, so stands to reason simply base on that the bite numbers for the breeds would change. Not to mention that Pittbulls are often misidentified as Pittbulls, see link below.
So why do folks want the "tough dog"? Ego of course, besides believing it makes themselves look tough, or feeling they hold a weapon in their backyard (these owners actually want a dog that would attack people), or it's the idea of anyone able to tame the urban equivalent of a lion. Ego is not always impossible either, and doesn't always make the owner a discouraging owner, nor am I saying that all tough dog owners have their dog for ego inflation, but lots do. People need choose a breed base on compatibility with their lifestyle compromises they are liable to make raise a dog, and not based on which dog make them feel tougher, cooler, more attractive, etc. Tough breeds and working breeds often have need of a lot of exercise and mental stimulation for them to relax properly and be happy, if you can't put together that commitment, then maybe it's either its time to look at other breeds or I don`t know get a plant. Dogs make a horrible fashion paraphernalia.
Just ban ban partially their owners from ever being able to own another dog for as long as they live. There is basically zilch wrong with the breed. It is the people that get them for adjectives the wrong reasons.
http://www.la-spca.org/dedication/talk/t... And http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_attack
YESSSSSSSSSSS Pit bulls should be not permitted from the USA
GOOGLE Pit Bulls and read about the strength of their jaws and look at some pictures of them tearing a small child apart and also adults. They never let stir and can turn on their owners in a second.
GOOGLE you'll have your report.