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Luisa Di Salvo
Luisa Di Salvo

ALL THIS ACTION, TO THIS BREED OF DOGS. (E 'FOR ANY ANIMAL)' IN ACCEPTABLE. WOULD time to stop. EDUCATION TO ANY LIVING BEING DEPENDS ONLY ONLY BY U.S.. DICO BASTAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

Angie Taylor
Angie Taylor

I have fought in the Law Courts of the UK to stop the condemnation of any dog that resembled a Pit Bull.

Simone Corrado
Simone Corrado

put the owner down and rehabilitate the dog. SAVE OUR DOGS!

Jennifer Reddock
Jennifer Reddock
  • Simone Corrado

I signed

John Bradley
John Bradley

Thank you Margaret Brewerton This is true. I Knew a Pit mix with a great dane that took up a whole couch and she was a sweetheart I loved that big girl. Thank you Margaret.

Margaret Brewerton
Margaret Brewerton
  • John Bradley

Thanks John ... I used to breed Great Danes and they are the most gentlest giants in the doggy kingdom... loved them to bits..

Astrid Bogaertsa
Astrid Bogaertsa

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”. Mahatma Gandhi , animals we must love, respect and protect, they are part of nature, it is discusting what happened whit that beaut ifful animals.

Clare Mann
Clare Mann
  • Astrid Bogaertsa

Thank you astrid very well said.

Sylvia Santos
Sylvia Santos

Awsome! Well said, Richie Himes!

Sylvia Santos
Sylvia Santos
  • Sylvia Santos

A millionth times Awsome!

Merete Carlsen
Merete Carlsen

You cant have his kind of dogs in Denmark,it is not legal..but I cant sign besauce it is the humans,and not the animals who Are bad....I am afraid of this kind of dogs..but I dont sign besauce I dont know what is right of wrong.

Merete Carlsen
Merete Carlsen
  • Merete Carlsen

No no dont kill any animals besauce of crazy peopel

Robin Booth
Robin Booth

please sign this petition and share it.

Jeannie Gray
Jeannie Gray
  • Robin Booth

We need more signatures! Please share.....

Denise Ellis Rogers
Denise Ellis Rogers

I have had Pit Bulls for 20 years or so and can honestly tell you that BSL is not going to stop the Dangerous dogs from inflicting damage. Many areas of the U.S. are currently revisiting their stance on Breed Specific Legislation because it does NOT work and is targeting a breed unfairly, several areas have since overturned their BSL laws and instead instituted a Dangerous Dog act, which does not target a specific breed, but takes action on those dogs who cause damage and the owners that...

I have had Pit Bulls for 20 years or so and can honestly tell you that BSL is not going to stop the Dangerous dogs from inflicting damage. Many areas of the U.S. are currently revisiting their stance on Breed Specific Legislation because it does NOT work and is targeting a breed unfairly, several areas have since overturned their BSL laws and instead instituted a Dangerous Dog act, which does not target a specific breed, but takes action on those dogs who cause damage and the owners that have allowed them to run rampant.
In my family we have had up to 4 Pit Bulls at a time here, they have been around strangers, children and are not dangerous dogs. I take the time to train my animals, do activities with them and contain them safely. The containment is for their protection. We love our Pit Bulls..they are family. Please revisit your ideas about BSL.

Jen Miller
Jen Miller
  • Denise Ellis Rogers

Statements and statistics from the HSUS over the last 20 or so years say that no one breed is more likely to bite than any others. It also says that there is no reliable method of record keeping so it is unknown how many of the smaller dogs have bitten someone. When I worked at The Humane Society, our #1 dog that came in for bites was Chihuahuas. All just about tying for 2nd place were Dalmatians, Beagles, and GOLDEN RETRIEVERS. We had our share of Rotts and Pitts too, but it wasn't the...

Statements and statistics from the HSUS over the last 20 or so years say that no one breed is more likely to bite than any others. It also says that there is no reliable method of record keeping so it is unknown how many of the smaller dogs have bitten someone. When I worked at The Humane Society, our #1 dog that came in for bites was Chihuahuas. All just about tying for 2nd place were Dalmatians, Beagles, and GOLDEN RETRIEVERS. We had our share of Rotts and Pitts too, but it wasn't the majority. And those poor dogs were 90% of the time clearly used for fighting based on their physical condition.

Jen Miller
Jen Miller
  • Denise Ellis Rogers

Opponents within the need to band together and collect every single bite report available through the police department and the animals shelters as well as the veterinary offices. I'm confident that there will not prove to be a huge majority of pitbulls. They have the disadvantage of being more reported, but if you ask a vet tech which one of their clients are they the least happy to see walk through their doors I GUARANTEE it will be "Missy/Sasha/Pookie/Lovie/Belle" an old lady's lap dog...

Opponents within the need to band together and collect every single bite report available through the police department and the animals shelters as well as the veterinary offices. I'm confident that there will not prove to be a huge majority of pitbulls. They have the disadvantage of being more reported, but if you ask a vet tech which one of their clients are they the least happy to see walk through their doors I GUARANTEE it will be "Missy/Sasha/Pookie/Lovie/Belle" an old lady's lap dog Every Time! I speak from experience..... I hope that New Zealand will see the err of this broad sweeping generalization regarding pitbulls.

Denise Ellis Rogers
Denise Ellis Rogers
  • Denise Ellis Rogers

Jen what you say is absolutely the truth. My Golden was a notorious problem..he hated small children and other dogs..this is a Golden Retriever..if you listen to all of the malarky about them, they are supposed to be a WONDERFUL family breed. Why oh why do people not realize that it's an individual not a breed that is the issue. My vet also showed me a collection of muzzles he used in his practice..and asked if I could guess which one got used the most often. Surprisingly enough it was...

Jen what you say is absolutely the truth. My Golden was a notorious problem..he hated small children and other dogs..this is a Golden Retriever..if you listen to all of the malarky about them, they are supposed to be a WONDERFUL family breed. Why oh why do people not realize that it's an individual not a breed that is the issue. My vet also showed me a collection of muzzles he used in his practice..and asked if I could guess which one got used the most often. Surprisingly enough it was the muzzle for the "toy" dogs. He LOVED my Pits. And said that he'd never once been bitten by one. BSL is not the answer. Making owners responsible for letting their untrained, aggressive dogs run free and cause damage is.

Barbi Torres
Barbi Torres

Pit bulls are very smart and very loyal. I have one that when I am sick WILL NOT leave my side unless I go with her...IT'S NOT THE BREED --ITS WHO RAISES THEM.

Chris Hornbuckle
Chris Hornbuckle
  • Barbi Torres

sounds ljust like mine wich to me proves its not the breed its the dick heads that miss treat them

Jan Binder
Jan Binder
  • Barbi Torres

no different than human children.

Frankie Lowe
Frankie Lowe
  • Barbi Torres

this is so true Barbi.

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