Muzzles the solution to pit bull troubles

There is a simple solution to stop the constant reporting of pit bull dog incidents in the news

There is a simple solution to stop the constant reporting of pit bull dog incidents in the news, once and for all. The solution is to put a muzzle on all pit bulls when they are out in public like unleashed dog parks.

My dog has passed on, but when I used to take her to the dog park, there was a pit bull at the park that had a muzzle on it. This pit bull had a great time playing with all of the dogs as the pit bull was now playing instead of fighting.

Pit bull dogs are taking a lot of blame these days, but a lot of the blame is due to the pit bull owners themselves in the way that they are raising their pets.

The muzzle can also be used on other dog breeds that seem to have a problem with other dogs around them. A muzzle does not constitute cruelty to an animal. The emphasis to put this solution into action is the full responsibility of the animals owners.

 

Joe Sawchuk

Duncan

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