Ban the killing of Pit bulls in all USA states
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Ban the killing of Pit bulls in all USA states

    1. De ward
    2. Petition by

      De ward

      San Diego, CA

They get a bad rap. Its not the dog, its the People who did this to them. Why should they pay the price of extinction and not even allowed into the Westminster dog show. They should not be put down because of there Breed. Its not fair.

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    1. Reached 500 signatures
    2. because of Vick the Dick and what happened to Lennox, I WILL not stand by

      De ward
      by De ward
      Petition Organizer

      its a nope, natta, not gonna let them die because of there Breed. now way , not fair.

    3. Reached 100 signatures

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    • Katrina Gomes TAUNTON, MA
      • about 2 years ago

      All dogs can turn mean. nuture of nature

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    • Stacy Wood NORTH EAST, MD
      • about 2 years ago

      I am a pit bull owner all my life. I am 31yrs old and have had many pits. I have 3 kids age 3, 11, and 13 never have had a problem with my pit. I have always had problems with people not letting me live some where because I had a pit so I had to get them another home and that hurts my heart. Its just getting way out of hand people are losing there family members because of humans like to abuse and fight them and make them the way they are and they have to suffer and the ones that are parts of your family suffer. People need to open there eyes really people really. Who is the ones that need to be punished sure is not the dogs and the people that have them in there family. Mypitbullisfamily.com

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    • Alpa Patel JERSEY CITY, NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      Did you know there is a vintage poster of a white Pitbull with the American flag tied around it's neck and in the poster it has a line of the Star Spangled Banner. The United States used the Pitbull in the military and as a bomb/narcotics dog and still do. Did you know the United States Customs and Border Protection trained a full Pitbull named Popsicle in Front Royal, VA about 60 miles from Washington DC? Popsicle done a lot of great work as a working dog and one particular he was on the news. He sniffed out a truck in Texas that had over $125 Million worth of drugs. He was famous nationally from being on the NBC Nightly News and more. People can Google search him and find his story and how the government given him a second chance to fight the type of people that neglected him and left him to die which were drug dealers. Lizard was another Pitbull dog that worked for the Customs and a local police department who died recently. Shaka a female Pitbull came from the Manhattan, NY shelter and works for the Oregon Police department. How come the government is so proud of these Pitbulls and trains Pitbulls to fight crime, while allowing bans on them as well? It doesn't make sense. Pitbulls are discriminated and it's the biases that prevent them from getting adopted and into good homes along with becoming working or service dogs. Remove the bans because it's wrong. If Martin Luther King was alive he would remove it because it's discriminates the dogs. No dog should be treated badly due to gender, breed, mixes, and all instead respect and love all dogs as special and good. United States Government support your working dogs and remove the bans of Pitbulls nationwide. The Pitbull breed represents proudly as a working dog for the US it's about time you show them respect by removing the bans.

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    • Margaret R HAZEL GREEN, AL
      • about 2 years ago

      I know a lot of yippy little dogs who are a lot meaner.

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    • Val Hurd WINNIPEG, CANADA
      • about 2 years ago

      Pitties are the most gentle, loyal dog out there. They get a bad rap because they are used in fighting. BAN THE KILLING OF PIT BULLS! LONG MAY THEY LIVE!

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