Fri, Aug 10 2012 at 4:59 PM
Here are the problems: Certain breeds including pit bulls have a higher incidence of attacks on people than average based on percentages (it doesn't matter why). And if a pit bull bites your arm or rips the face off your child (and that has now happened more than once), most people don't care "how the dog was raised" . In addition, the way a dog is raised, works its way INTO THE BLOODLINE over time. I've often seen pit bulls and in most cases there is a clear difference of danger compared to many other dogs. In addition, a pit bull (because of its great strength and agility) causes more severe damage more quickly, when it does attack.