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5 thoughts on “2nd Edition: Misunderstood Nanny Dogs? A Critical and Objective Analysis of the Facts & Myths Concerning Pit Bulls

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  1. Thank you so much for highlighting this book and others like it. They are a welcome counter-balance to the the tidal wave of “cute, misunderstood pittie” books.

    While I was on Amazon I also discovered a book titled “My Dog Doesn’t Bite: The Parents’ Guide to Dangerous Dogs” by Mark S. Mathusa DVM, which I also purchased and plan to read. This seems to be another one of those rare authors who is willing to look at the grim realities of bully breed proliferation.

  2. Another book recommendation:

    Red Zone: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of the San Francisco Dog Mauling by Aphrodite Jones

    It’s about the Diane Whipple case.

  3. I can only imagine how much hate and vitriol Mr. Beasley has been subjected to. All for speaking the truth about a breed of dog that has no place in civil society.
    I’m glad he covered the “no kill” madness that has permeated the rescue industry. I personally will never trust a rescue organization that pushes the “save them all” mantra. It’s has allowed unacceptable and dangerous dogs into neighborhoods with innocent people completely unaware these creatures are next door. I shouldn’t have to be armed to let my kids play outside safely.
    Pit pushing organizations are the same as drug cartels. They push dangerous product into neighborhoods all over this country and the result is the horrific mailings and deaths of unsuspecting folks.
    Kudos to Mr. Beasley for doing what is no doubt a thankless and dangerous job.

  4. My pappion-bishone mix was attacked by a 120 pound Pitbull named Beast. It happened in Stockton ca. We were taking are same morning walk that we have been doing for 7 years. I fought him off and was actually unhurt . I actually fought for her life but she died after surgery 2 hours later. The dog is alive and lives two doors down.

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