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Pit Bull Attacks – Look at the Evidence

By on September 27, 2013

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This one is going to be quick. I have talked and talked and wrote and wrote about Pit Bull attacks before. No need to get into a deep conversation about it. What I did want to talk about though is the evidence against the argument that Pit Bulls are “born dangerous.”

If you take all the dogs that are registered, which is roughly 250,000 in the United States. Then you add all the dogs that are not registered (unknown number). Then all the dogs people call “pit bulls” which inflates the numbers beyond imagination (well my imagination) then compare that to the actual reported attacks. You cannot argue that Pit Bull Terriers, that is, The American Pit Bull Terrier, is a dangerous animal.

Even if we stretched our imagination and included the unreported attacks/bites, again, the argument falls flat on its head.

With that, I will step down off my soap box and allow you to debate the issue, here if you like, your blog, or somewhere else on the Interweb.

Until Next Time,
Jason Mann – Owner
Author – The Pit Bull Training Handbook –

About Jason Mann

Jason Mann is the founder of and retired professional dog trainer. He retired from Dog training in 2013 so he could devote more attention to and helping Pit Bull owners around the world learn how to live a more peaceful life with their dogs as well as educate the general public about the true nature of these incredible canines.