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Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/21/2008 7:25 PM  |  Flag  
More pit news coming out of Ohio, this time, Sharon Township. Dash cam video of a police officer bit by a pit while on a traffic stop.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/21/2008 7:35 PM  |  Flag  
Pit bulls currently make up about 3 percent of Sioux City's canine population, but are responsible for about 50 percent of violent animal incidents.

What is the pit bull advocate's response to this? What can they possibly say?

Also I bet Newport has become the pit bull capital of OH as people moved there to escape Ohio law. No wonder there is a rise in numbers of pits, and of attacks.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/22/2008 5:26 AM  |  Flag  
What get's me is the sense of entitlement...The fighting breed fancy consumes the lion's share of animal control and law enforcement resources in most places.

It's really time for them to self-regulate and stop whining about a non-existant civil rights slighting.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/22/2008 10:33 AM  |  Flag  
Mesquite Texas asking legislature for right to ban specific dog breeds

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