Pit Bull Myths and Facts – Inform Your Decision Before Declaring Your Position

We thought this was a really interesting infographic from PetMeds! What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with the statistics? Do you have anything that you’d add?

Pit Bull Myths and Facts Infographic
Courtesy of: 1800PetMeds.com

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3 thoughts on “Pit Bull Myths and Facts – Inform Your Decision Before Declaring Your Position

  1. Carol Soaper says:

    As the owner of a purebred pit and a boxer pit mix, I will say that I trust my purebred around any person, no matter what the age. She is the sweetest dog I’ve ever had and at 7 years old, her personality continues to be friendly and loving. When I was a child (many years ago!) the breed that had bad publicity was German Shepherd. They were considered guard and attack dogs and probably held the record for attacking and biting more than any other breed at that time. More recently, it was Dobermans. Personally, I’ve seen and heard of more dog bites from Jack Russells and Chihauhaus than any other breeds.

  2. I AM a Pitbull and I would say that one thing that is extremely important, should you have a Pitbull-labeled dog, is to exercise him or her every day. Pit-type dogs are highly, highly intelligent and get bored easily. Train, train, train your dog, this will exercise their brain, too! Woof!

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