Marines tighten leash on pit bull policy
Each year, dogs bite 4.7 million Americans, according to Gail Hayes, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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#1 Oct 12, 2009
I have two labs and I bought them because they are a lovable friendly dog by reputation. When you buy a pit bull, you know they are aggressive dogs bred for fighting. The average person does not have the skill to train and maintain a fighting dog to keep them in a docile state of mind. Just because you know one that is sweet does not mean the majority are also.
#2 Aug 3, 2010
first of all any dogs can bite, secount of all don't judge a dog by the breed, but it doesn't give anyone the right to judge just because of the breed they use to use this dog for advertising the military these dogs are aggressive sometimes because people make them that way but yet people blame the dogs
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