Nearly one million Pit Bulls a year are killed in shelters across the U.S. every year -- 2,400 dead Pit Bulls a day; 200 a day in Los Angeles alone.
Why are all these deaths occuring?
The short story is that the Pit Bull Community has failed to change its breeding culture.
The Pit Bull Community continues to fail the dogs by placing one million Pit Bull puppies a year in the hands of people unwilling and unable to deal with these dogs over their lifetime.
This not a failure of society to accept the Pit Bull.
This is a failure of the Pit Bull Community to do whatever it takes to change its culture.
The Pit Bull Community would rather see one million dead dogs a year than accept that they have a breed specific problem.
Read that sentence again: a breed-specific problem.
There are not one million dogs of any other breed being ushered into the death chambers every year.
This is a Pit Bull problem. This is a failure of the Pit Bull community.
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