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5 ‘Bully’ Dog Myths Debunked

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Myth #4: Bully breeds attack more humans than any other dog.

The CDC estimates that nearly 4.5 million people in the United States are bitten by dogs each year, but bully breeds are less often to blame than many other breeds, including chow chows and German shepherds. Another CDC study conducted in 2000 attempted to assess which breeds had been involved in the most fatal attacks from 1979 to 1998; however, researchers found numerous challenges and flaws in trying to make accurate calculations. To date, there is no scientific proof that bullies are more commonly involved in fatal attacks than all other dogs.

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8:57AM PST on Jan 21, 2013

Dogs raised right with love and trained proper, no matter WHAT BREED, IS A GOOD DOG, Dogs raised with abuse and neglect are the the problem and the OWNER is the REAL......................PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!. Diana.

2:08AM PDT on Sep 11, 2012

Good info

8:16PM PDT on Jul 10, 2012

Myths are just that myths !!!

3:25PM PDT on Jul 10, 2012


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2:57PM PDT on Jul 8, 2012

By the way Pitties were called Nanny dogs in the beginning of last century

2:51PM PDT on Jul 8, 2012

Every single thing said in the article is TRUE. Thank-You, so much for the beginning of educating the public on the truth of these awesome dogs

11:46AM PDT on Jul 8, 2012

Thanks! I needed to read that! More people need to become aware! They may change their minds!

9:37AM PDT on Jul 6, 2012

Thank you

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