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Blogger Bailey  |  1/14/2016 5:10 PM  |  Flag  
This is why I prefer the collective term "bully breeds". The second you try to call someone's "pit-type dog" a pit, they just start playing the name game and saying "My dog isn't a pit bull, he's an American Bulldog" or "She's an American Bully"(Even though we all know the former example is literally another name for pit bull while the latter is just a bigger pit bull).

If you say bully breed, they can't play the name game because it doesn't work. Bully breed encompass the entire group of those monsters. People can say "No one can identify a pit bull" (which is a lie in itself), but no one can say "No one can identity a bully breed" because that's even less true and more ridiculous.

Blogger B Cazz  |  1/16/2016 8:27 AM  |  Flag  
Good point, Bailey. Maybe it's time for a 'name change' on this side. :)

Blogger Valerie Walker  |  1/16/2016 2:50 PM  |  Flag  
Someone closer to the event should file a FOIA request for the information on the dogs that killed Gaege Ramirez in Canyon Lake, Texas

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  1/17/2016 8:41 AM  |  Flag  
The most accurate term is molosser dogs.

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