Pit bulls in new zealand – 18% of the attacks , less then 2% of the dog population

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Pit bulls in new zealand – 18% of the attacks , less then 2% of the dog population
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3 thoughts on “Pit bulls in new zealand – 18% of the attacks , less then 2% of the dog population”

  1. I think this is absolutely stupid and i wish i could use stronger words and u should shut this blog down immediately! DOWN TO THE GROUND

  2. What a load of bull. Anybody who has ever been to New Zealand and is familiar with the treatment the pit bull dogs gets there understands that virtually every dog attack that makes the media gets referred to as a pit bull attack, regardless of what the real breed involved was, this creates a distorted perception of dogs which are involved in dog attacks.

    There are a lot more pit bull dogs in New Zealand than Labradors and there is a distorted opinion that there are more Labradors. This opinion is based on the fact that more Labradors are registered with local councils than pit bulls are. But most pit bull owners in New Zealand simply register their dogs with the council as another type of dog, or ignore registering them completely, to avoid anti pit bull laws which were enacted after pit bull hysteria, which in turn was created by media and then later on websites like this.

    At the end of the day what you people rely on to make your point is skewed dog bite statistics, because you know that you have no support from people that actually do understand dog behavior, such as national veterinarian groups and dog trainer groups.

    Typical anti-pit bull site, and that’s no complement.

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