If pit bulls (not a breed) were naturally vicious, and given that there are millions and millions of pit bull type dogs (pit bull is a generic
term for several breeds of dogs and mixed breed dogs with a block head) all over the place, we should have millions of dead people all over the place if "pit bulls" were vicious.
That is why a woman was killed by her own German shepherd a few months ago, five Lab/husky mixes attacked a girl in Orlando a couple of months ago, a retriever/Lab mix and a husky each killed an infant last year, and German shepherd mixes were part of a pack of dogs that killed a woman last year.
A dog is a carnivore, aka predator, aka killer. So the question you asked next to the I hate dogs editorial doesn't make sense.
In other words, there are millions of these type of dogs all over the place and, surprise, we all aren't injured or dead.
How did that happen? Could it be that these dogs have responsible dog owners?
We should really ban German shepherds and Lab/husky mixes since one killed someone, right?
Thank goodness most bans are being repealed, because they don't make people safer and they are horribly unfair, guessing at breeds of dogs and blaming innocent dogs and responsible dog owners for the actions of a minority of reckless dog owners.
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