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Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/02/2008 7:14 PM  |  Flag  
I repeatedly hear that it's the Cocker Spaniels that are the leading biters from the Pit Bull dog safety experts.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/03/2008 7:10 AM  |  Flag  
Breed specific problems require breed specific solutions...

Of course the Pit Bull comunity has had decades to police themselves and clean up their own mess... Instead they would rather regulate Aunt Millie's poodle so they feel good about themselves.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/03/2008 12:20 PM  |  Flag  
The solution,according to pit bull advocates, is for people to adopt more pit bulls!

Has anyone noticed the complete and total denial by the pro-pit lobby of the underlying problem with rampant overbreeding of dangerously aggressive pit bulls? Why is all their energy and effort tied to promoting the dogs as pets? Most breed-specific rescue organizations absolutely DREAD the prospect of their breed becoming too popular, as it results in an increase in back-yard breeding and dumped dogs.

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