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Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/14/2009 4:19 AM  |  Flag  
The Indy Pit Crew approach(denying a breed specific problem) has produced a 30 percent increase in pit bull bites on the citizenry of Indy. They will fight this new proposal to the death!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/14/2009 5:04 AM  |  Flag  
Right -- because they essentially do not love dogs (or even pit bulls). They would rather that pit bulls are euthanized by the hordes -- OR WORSE -- dogs that are adoptable are euthanized by the hordes to make room for the pit bulls in shelter space that have behavioral problems (and get euthanized anyway!)

The Indy Pit Crew bitterly opposes a mandatory pit bull sterilization program designed to help the most "At Risk" dogs (pit bulls!) It is so SAD that they will not stand up for their own "At Risk" breed. Particularly when spay/neuter lies at the heart of ALL ANIMAL WELFARE RESCUE.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/14/2009 5:15 AM  |  Flag  
The Pit bull community continues to self mutilate itself as well as others...They need to clean house and strive for superior owners, with superior containment infrastructures with superior insurance. The current strategy seems to be accept as much collateral damage as possible and deny a breed specific problem.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/25/2009 2:24 AM  |  Flag  
PREVENT THE DEED, REGULATE THE BREED!

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