None of these dogs are being over bred and dumped in
shelters in MA according to new report by Branwyne
"A week before "Pit Bull Awareness Day", Lowell police were called to a home after the family's two pit bulls got into a violent fight and attacked the husband when he tried to break it up. The husband received 11 stitches in his leg. The two dogs were brother and sister, a year and a half old; an age when many pit bulls begin to mature and develop a level of dog aggression they hadn't exhibited as puppies. Both dogs were adopted out by the MSPCA six months prior to this incident. The owners signed the dogs over to animal control to be euthanized, because the injuries they sustained in the fight were so severe, they could not afford the vet bills to treat them. The MSPCA's continuation of the Pit Bull PR campaign guarantees that everyone loses: the pit bulls, who are prisoners of their genetic code; the MSPCA, whose reputation and credibility is irredeemably tarnished; and the animals who could have benefited from the resources spent cleaning up the mess created by pit bull owners and breeders."