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  1. It most certainly should dissuade them! That is if they have half a brain. People who still get these dogs are either so far out of the loop they have no idea how to take care of them or they want a dog with that type of reputation. Either way, both owners are the exact opposite of what a good pit bull owner is. It’s time shelters face the facts: too much supply, not enough good homes to care for them properly. Placing a pit bull in every home will not solve the problem, ignoring the problem will not solve the problem. This means healthy dogs will be put down – that’s not the shelter’s fault and it is not the public’s fault. It is the fault of pit bull breeders, owners and advocates who do nothing to stop the supply.

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