How to know you are a pit bull fanatic?
You must watch this.
Barbara Kay, one of the rarest journalists out there that tells the real hard and cold truth about dogs, specially pitbulls, clear up a few misunderstandings for the pit bull apologists.
National Post columnist Barbara Kay always receives plenty of response to her columns on pit bulls. In this video, Barbara shares her insights on the authors on some of the more exuberant feedback.
Here it is:
In the comments section, off course, one pit bull fanatic is getting crazier by the minute, and logically(?) blaming Pakistanis! Check by yourself!
It’s amazing how her words apply to our website, NO Dogs, Please.
“…crimes against reason and decency.“
Fanatics for dangerous dogs always:
- say our statistics are bogus but do not say why;
- say they have veritable statistics but never come back to publish them here;
- love to compare dangerous dogs to guns, saying guns kill more than pit bulls;
- blame the victims for the dog attacks.
That last one is the most extreme characteristic to shed light on what kind of people they really are.
Statistics don’t lie.
Pit bulls, which are now, alarmingly, the second most popular breed (Labrador retrievers remain first), comprising 9% of the breed population, account for:
- 81% of attacks that induce bodily harm
- 76% of attacks to children
- 87% of attack to adults
- 72% of attacks resulting in fatalities
- 81% that result in maiming
According to the annual report on dog maulings, maimings, dismemberments and fatalities by breed, continually updated by American investigative journalist Merritt Clifton, as well as from statistics compiled by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, nearly half of the victims killed by pit bulls are household members.
One single person is killed in the U.S. by a pit bull every 14 days.
One body part is severed and lost in a pit bull attack every 5.4 days.
Statistics don’t lie. But pit bull fanatics do. Even to themselves.
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