Monday, 9 February 2015

DogsBite.org advocates on behalf of victims of serious dog attacks

For additional accurate information on the public safety Danger of Pit Bull Type Dogs visit:

http://www.dogsbite.org/

http://www.daxtonsfriends.com/

http://www.animals24-7.org/category/dogs-cats/dogs/
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DogsBite.org is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to reducing serious dog attacks. They are the ONLY nonprofit committed to putting the safety of humans before dogs, as they are the ONLY source of information on this topic that is not OWNED, CONTROLLED, or FUNDED by DOG BREEDERS, OWNERS, VETERINARIAN or ANIMAL WELFARE groups.

DogsBite.org is a non-profit organization to raise dangerous dog awareness, promote safety and archives ALL serious dog attacks. The related blog and Facebook group sometimes include commentary in a post, but the primary focus and bulk of a post in evidentiary, factual and statistical details.

Though pit bull fanatics would have you believe the entirety of the site is
fabricated or invalidated because the founder is a pit bull attack victim, the truth is that; Victim’s status should not be grounds to disqualify the
experiences and professionalism as it pertains to their particular issue.

If anything, are not victims of domestic violence best testimony about what it entails? Are mother against drunk driving (MADD) not well versed in the horrific aftermath of drunk driving? Is their data gathering any less valid just because they lost a loved one?
Even so, issue with the founder itself is not relevant here because the charity organization is composed of data and facts not issued by her individually but by other people and groups (detailed below)

It provided accessible and easily traceable citations for every assertion.

It cites hundreds – if not thousands – of external sources from independent studies, historical archives, news reports, literature,
doctors, surgeons, animal control professionals, dog trainers, breed
enthusiasts, canine organizations and kennel clubs, peer reviewed studies and polls, law enforcement, court records, eyewitness testimonies, images and videos, dog behaviorists, the mouths of pit bull owners and breeder themselves, shelter employees, pit bull lobbyists and their sites, pit bull celebrities and their reality shows.