Now Pit Bulls have a pretty bad rep.
They're seen as a breed that are violent, hard to control, and a physical threat - especially to young children. The reputation of Pit Bulls is so poor that, as of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991, the ownership and breeding of Pit Bulls were banned in the U.K.
This negative rep has spread across to our very country and, currently, owning a Pit Bull is illegal in ten states. So, if you live in Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio, or any of the other seven states wherein dogs are not welcome, you are actually committing a criminal offense.
The question today is "would a criminal do this?" - and by "this," I mean "save a baby from a burning building."
Continue scrolling to read what happened...
These guys look pretty harmless...
Maybe it's more of the stereotypical Pit Bull owner that's the problem.
Law enforcement reports that #pitbull dogs are used for guarding illegal narcotics operations, use against police, and as attack dogs.— Dumbbell Workouts (@Dumbbell Workouts)1565289853.0