Pitbulls and their related breeds are being abandoned at a higher rate than any other breed because people buy Pitbull puppies without learning the breed’s specifications and testing the bloodline.
Pitbulls and related breeds are abandoned at a higher rate than any other breed. (Image credit: India Today)
- Pitbulls and their related breeds are abandoned at a higher rate
- People buy without understanding breed specifications and cross-check bloodline
- People should not consider Pitbull as a status symbol
The case of a Pitbull that allegedly gored his elderly female owner in Lucknow has once again cast the breed in a bad light. However, activists say people are adopting or buying Pitbulls without understanding the breed specifications and blood tests.
Pitbulls and their related breeds are being adopted and abandoned at a higher rate than any other breed, which is why most dogs are abandoned in kennels across the region. the national capital (NCR) is the Pitbull or its related breed.
NEED TO FIND OUT FEEDING TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
American Staffordshire Bull Terriers (Amstaffs), a sub-breed of Pitbull, are used as nanny dogs for young children because they love and care for human children.
“Any breed of dog should not be tagged as dangerous to humans. That is wrong. People don’t understand the breed and still buy Pitbulls from illegal breeders. Then they don’t. understand their needs and when they become aggressive, they throw them in shelters We Sanjay Mohapatra, founder of House of Strays, Noida, said many dogs have been abandoned because of aggression, and most of them are Pitbulls or its Cross.
“People often take dogs as status symbols after watching some music albums without understanding their breed specifications. Working dogs can do well as family pets if they are trained. one should never buy a breed of dog, especially a guard dog, as the state Mohapatra said.
Amstaffs are a sub breed of Pitbull. Since they were raised to protect children, they have a kind nature. They are the most expensive and least neglected of the Pitbull breeds.
“There are buyers of Pitbulls inspired by Punjabi songs, where they are depicted as status symbols or symbols of masculinity. Owners must understand that Pitbulls are the opposite of Labrador. Every breed is different. People buy Pitbull in bulk, says Abhinav Srihan, a well-known animal rights activist and rescuer in Delhi.
“We very often see people tying up their Pitbulls outside shelters,” said Srihan. The government must take action against illegal breeders who are raising Pitbulls to fight, said Srihan. and hunting. These aggressive genes must be stopped.”
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