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Im not in this world to live up to your expectations and you’re not in this world to live up to mine. © Bruce Lee
I have a favor to ask. I live in Tampa Bay, FL and there is a radio personality who doesn’t care for pitty’s. Would you all show him some pitty Love.
“Breed-specific legislation” (BSL) is a term used to refer to laws that either regulate or prohibit certain dog breeds. Such laws have been put into place not only in the United States but also around the world, in hopes of reducing dog bites/attacks. Unfortunately, there is no evidence that such laws have any positive effect on the safety of people and companion animals in communities, and legislation is not only ineffective but can be costly. Breed identification also becomes a problem when there isn’t a single standard for all dog breeds, especially mixed breeds or “Pit Bull type” dogs. Our hope is that some day breed-specific legislation will be replaced with legislation that regulates “bad” or irresponsible dog ownership, regardless of what dog breed they choose to own.