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4 thoughts on “New Canadian Study Shows Pit Bull Bans in Province of Manitoba Result in Fewer Hospitalizations

  1. In a subsequent article, Dr. Raghavan defends the Manitoba study by saying that it is a combination of three recent studies showing similar results that provides compelling data

    I think it is amazing how quickly results are seen given that pit bulls are grandfathered in and there is never going to be 100% compliance.

  2. The Truth about the Calgarian Pit Bull Utopian Facade comes out now that Bill Bruce has retired…

    Calgary data from 2003 indicate that certain breeds are overrepresented when it comes to aggressive incidents such as bites, chases and injuries. Nearly two per cent of German Shepherds, five per cent of Rottweilers and their crosses, and 15 per cent of pit bulls had been involved in an incident

    http://www.calgaryherald.com/life/Police+probe+whether+vicious+attack+deliberate/7119098/story.html#ixzz24A3ZOZ8s

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