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Pit Bulls A Dog That Is Unfairly Stereotyped. ALSO- BREAKING SHOW NEWS! 347-857-1975

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BREAKING NEWS and Pit Bulls If you are thinking of adopting a dog, consider a pit bull. Despite the stereotype that many people have, pit bulls make very gentle and loyal family dogs. In fact, the pit bull is considered one of the friendliest dogs. Talking about Pit Bulls. Also, JP will discuss with his fans that he has made a decision to no longer have a Co-Host at this point, and that he will be adding a regular Psychic Tanya Gates, as well as commentators. Great things are coming! Musicians, Authors, Politicians, The list goes on. BUT THE BIG TOPIC TONIGHT IS ALL ABOUT DOGS. SPECIFICALLY THE PIT BULL AND ALL BREEDS THAT GET A BAD RAP. PIT BULLS Tonights Show Is A Spotlight On Pit's.!! If you are thinking of adopting a dog or a puppy, consider a pit bull. Despite the stereotype that many prospective adopters have, pit bulls make very gentle and loyal family dogs. In fact, the pit bull is considered one of the friendliest dogs. There is no such thing as a bad breed. Pit bulls get a bad response from many people, but more often than not, they are the victims of irresponsible and abusive ownership. Bull breeds score better on temperament tests than the general dog population. Socialization is the key to a happy and confident pit bull. Do your research. Are your neighbors the kind who might get concerned about a pit bull in the community? Bringing home a pit bull may be tough, because many people wrongly associate them with being aggressive. Be prepared with breed facts and history to let people know that it’s bad ownership that causes pit bulls to be aggressive. Adoption is the best option. By rescuing a pit bull, you are saving a dog. Consider adopting an older pit bull. What you see is what you get- The personality is already developed.

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