Top 3 Facts About the Pitbull Police Dog

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You may have heard that pitbulls are vicious and dangerous. You may also know that pitbulls are used as police dogs in some countries. The pitbull is a breed of dog, not just one type of dog. This article will discuss the top 3 facts about pitbull police dogs.

1. Pitbulls have been used as police dogs in several countries including Brazil, Israel, and Ireland

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pitbulls have been used as police dogs in several countries including Brazil, Israel, and Ireland. pitbulls are one of the most popular breeds for police use due to their high intelligence and strong sense of smell. pitbulls were initially bred for bull-baiting which is a blood sport where two animals fight each other. pitbulls were also used by armies in both world wars because they were able to carry heavy loads while still being agile enough to climb trenches and attack enemies at close range. pit bulls today can be found guarding prisons, patrolling borders with Mexico locating, detecting bombs and drugs, lost people or pets, saving lives during natural disasters such as earthquakes or fires, assisting the blind or deaf populations who need help crossing streets, and as therapy dogs. pitbulls have been known to be the best weapon against crime as they are strong enough to take down a man, highly intelligent and trained to attack only when necessary and not out of fear or anger.

2. There has not been a single human death caused by an attack from a pitbull-type dog

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A pitbull is a pit bull terrier and pit bull mastiff mix. These dogs are often used as police K-9s and military and rescue dogs due to their strength, intelligence, and steady temperament. The pitbull has been reported as being responsible for the most dog bites in America per year from 1982 to 2008, but there have been no human deaths caused by an attack from a pitbull-type dog so far. In fact, many of these reports come from media exaggeration or cases where another animal was misidentified as a pitbull type dog. When you think about it they’re just big cuddly puppies with huge smiles! It’s all just a misunderstanding that needs some good PR work!

3. Owning pitbull type dogs is illegal in many countries

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A pitbull dog has been made illegal in many countries due to the pit bull terrier’s history of being bred for fighting purposes. The pit bull was originally known as the Staffordshire Terrier when it was first developed in England. However, when it came time to enter dogs into events like ratting and baiting they were no longer considered a terrier but instead called a pit bull terrier because of their use in these types of events. This led to them becoming increasingly popular not only among people who wanted guard dogs but also with owners who wanted aggressive animals for blood sports like bear-baiting and dogfighting. It wasn’t until 1835 that pit bulls were finally banned in England. Today pitbulls are illegal in countries like the Philippines, New Zealand, Peru and many more.

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