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All dog lovers must see!!
on October 5, 2012
I have always LOVED dogs but I must admit, I have not always loved pit bulls or really knew anything about them. It wasn't until a couple years ago when we rescued our petite pitty Cassie that my world changed. I would recommend this documentary to ANY dog lover, not just those that love the breed. Here's why. Breed specific legislation can happen to any breed. Once it happens to one breed it then spirals out of control to now there are states that ban 10 breeds of dogs and the list is going. It comes down to the fact that the individual dogs on a case by case basis. BSL is like the witch hunting in the early ages.The checklist that some cities use is a complete crock. If a dog has certain characteristics then it's a "pit". If we labeled people like that we'd be getting sued left and right. The breed does not matter, it goes down to how the dog is raised, trained, and socialized. Let's look at statistics people, Golden Retrievers have the most bites. Bottom line is owners should be held responsible and we all must stand against this or your breed could be next. Don't think it can't or won't happen. That's what the people of Denver, CO thought and then the next thing they knew they had people knocking on their dogs and seizing their dogs. BSL also violates a person's fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. As long as my dog is being taken care of and is not bothering anyone it should not matter what breed I own. The government needs to step back and the citizens need to demand change and not allow them to continue. This WILL be stopped. It's only a matter of time.
This DVD does a great explanation to those that are unfamiliar with BSL and to those that are. I highly recommend because we can't sit idly by and do nothing. We must do something.