Why Pit Bulls Should Not Be Portrayed Negatively

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This paper contains evidence and arguments regarding why pit bulls should not be portrayed negatively in society. It does so with a literature review on the topic containing three major topics, stereotypes of pit bulls, laws and bans on pit bulls, and the abuse of/on the Pit Bull breed. All of those topics have evidence, such as statistics, real life stories, and genetics/biological findings. This paper also contains three person arguments on why pitbBulls should not be portrayed negatively in society, they are argued by the same three major topics in the literature review: stereotypes, laws and bans, and abuse. The sole purpose of this paper is to inform society and to persuade society of the three things we do to the pit bull
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It is finally time to change that, pit bulls deserve the same love and care as all other breeds do. Throughout this paper there will be evidence proving why pit bulls have been portrayed negatively in the past and why they should no longer be. This will be accomplished by three main topics: stereotypes of pit bulls, breed-specific legislation, and the abuse of pit bulls.
Although, not all people have to advocate for the breed because people like specific types of dogs. For example, I personally hate small dogs for no apparent reason. It is understandable for not every person to stop the negative way pit bulls are portrayed. In many cases, pit bulls are not always friendly and their aggressive behavior is not due to stereotypes or abuse. Not all dogs can be loved by all people and not every dog from a specific breed can be friendly to others. In no way are all pit bulls one-hundred percent perfectly behaved, just like any other breed of dog. All you can do is read and understand that they do not deserve the extremely hatred portrayal as they have been for so long.

Literature Review Contrary to population beliefs in society, Pit Bulls not as aggressive than they are thought to be. According to testing by The National Canine Temperament Testing Association, Golden Retrievers, Poodles, Border Collies, English Setters, and a number of many other breeds are considered more likely to become aggressive than the breeds known as Pit Bulls. While the
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