A Serious Discussion In South Africa After Multiple Children Killed by Pit Bulls

Discussion on the pros and cons of pit bull banning after multiple children are killed by pit bulls in South Africa in under two weeks. A third child is killed by a pit bull just after this episode aired. Discussion in South Africa Here in North America, we need to be having this discussion openly, given the amount of attacks by pit bulls. Clearly, these discussions have been had in countries where pit bulls have been banned and excluded from entering the country. Numerous voices… [Read full blog post]

UK Should Define a Status Dog Phenotype; Too Many Pit Bull-Type Dogs Evade 'Banned Breeds' in Dangerous Dogs Act

How UK Officials Currently Identify Pit Bull Terrier Types Brandon Hayden seen with "Beast" in the days leading up to the fatal dog attack. Watch CCTV Video Caerphilly, South Wales - On November 8, 2021, a recently acquired hulking "designer" pit bull breed -- known interchangeably as an XL pit bull or XL bully -- horrifically attacked and killed 10-year old Jack Li, who had been playing at the dog owner's home. The dog was destroyed by firearm officers -- it's unknown how many b… [Read full blog post]

Opinion: Humane Groups are Misusing Race Issues to Force Pit Bull Agenda on Insurance Commissioners by Lucy Muir

Misleading White Paper Crafted to Ban Breed Restrictions in Housing Depicted is a sampling of people in leadership roles, disproportionately white and female, at the humane groups that endorsed the white paper, along with authors of works cited in the paper. A misleading white paper was crafted to bully state legislatures into banning insurance companies from using actuarial data to deny housing coverage or charge more for dangerous dog breeds. The white paper is based o… [Read full blog post]

Whose "Freedom" Exactly?

By Boni A guest writer for the DogsBite.org Blog. When it comes to pit bulls and other dangerous dogs, much heated debate revolves around opposing concepts of “freedom”. The freedom of a citizen to buy whatever dog they choose vs. the freedom of every other citizen to walk around free of violence inflicted by someone else’s choice of breed--notorious for a history of dangerous outbursts. The freedom of a dog to roam free vs. terrorising the neighbours imprisoned in their hous… [Read full blog post]