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9 thoughts on “1,500 Blog Posts by DogsBite.org

  1. Gosh, I had forgotten some of these stories. I wonder how the Sanchez family is doing (bottom right) and if they ever managed to pass a law in Bingen, Washington?

  2. I cannot tell you how important this blog is.

    The dog fighters and pit bull vampire breeders rely on ignorance to maintain control. They hope people can’t find out what deadly problems these dogs are.

    They hire professional marketing people and lawyers to lie for them and spread deception about pit bull problems to cover them up and hide them.

    For the pit bull lobby, these dogs mean MONEY and the pit bull people don’t care about the truth, the public, or even the dogs.

    Your blog and your website carry the TRUTH that these criminals cannot shout down.

    The blog is a current ticker of the TRUTH that allow people in different states and even countries to know is going on, real time.

    It is valuable beyond words.

  3. Good job DBO!

    The dogmen and thier nutter minions wants these attacks to be look at singularly by the public then fade away.

    Not anymore!

  4. I have spent hours on this site, it is incredible. Although it focuses on pits/bully breeds, I don’t get the feeling that it is one sided. It presents the case as it is, these breeds need regulation. I would like to see them placed in a catagory that solicits child endangerment charges and children are removed from their homes if necessary. We fight to save people from these breeds while the “No Kill” movement fights to save them. I do hope we win and with the continuing support of this site, I think we just might win.

  5. “Victims are not on course to remain quiet, we are on course to grow more vocal.”

    Boy do I second that! GOOD JOB DBO!

  6. This is bittersweet! How sad that there are so many attacks and fatalities, but congrats on such a great job of getting the info out there. Ignorance still abounds around the dangerous pitbull breed. I am so sick of the pit bull advocates — they continually chant,”Punish the owner, not the breed!” and yet stand by and do nothing when an owner is not punished, or they fight like crazy to make sure there are no laws and regulations that the owners must follow. It is shameful.

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