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Appellate courts across the United States have recognized the dangerousness of the pit bull breed since the mid 1980s. We’ve listed excerpts from high court decisions that demonstrate this.  Click Here!

The vast majority of these savage attacks happen against children and the elderly! It is as if these pitbull dogs can sense weak prey! Pit bulls are dangerous and lethal. The laws on the books should reflect this, for the safety of the general public!

2015 dog bite fatalities  –  Click Here!  For The Full Report

2016 dog bite fatalities  –  Click Here!  For The Full Report

Friday, January 22, 2016 JOLIET IL – A WOMAN WAS TAKING HER DOG FOR A WALK AT 7:55AM WHEN THEY WERE SET UPON BY DEADLY MAULING MUTANT PITS – HER HUSBAND, AN OFF-DUTY OFFICER, CAME WITH A GUN AND NEIGHBORS CAME WITH BASEBALL BATS AS THEY FOUGHT TO SURVIVE THE BATTLE

Joliet officials not satisfied yet with proposed vicious dog law – Published: Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016

 Consult a Lawyer – Present Your Case Now! 

In 2009, the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps banned dangerous dog breeds from privatized housing domestically and abroad. In 2012, the U.S. Air Force enacted a similar uniform policy.  READ MORE  or  Click Here

Illinois cities and counties with Dangerous Dog Bans (pit bulls and rottweilers) – click here!

Pit bull terriers were selectively bred for a violent activity that is now a felony in all 50 U.S. states: dogfighting.

Tracey v. Solesky (2012) Court of Appeals Case when an owner or a landlord is proven to have knowledge or not, of the presence of a pit bull or cross-bred pit bull does not matter – Because the pit bull’s aggressive and vicious nature and its capability to inflict serious and sometimes fatal injuries are inherently dangerous and established. – Click Here!  And  Click Here!

Toledo police officer pit bulls are frequently shot during drug raids because pit bulls are encountered more frequently in drug raids than any other dog breed. Supreme Court of Ohio – Toledo v. Tellings (2007)  Read More!

Pit bull owners – Not normal dog owners! Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy did a case study on pit bull owners that was published in 2000. Researchers found that with “outlaw” breeds, such as pit bulls, the human-dog relationship is sociologically more complex than previously known.  Read More!

A new TV show – Pitbulls and parolees!???

Pit Bulls (fighting dogs) began leaking into the general population in the mid 1980s. And are now in the hands of reckless individuals and individuals with evil intentions! This should not be! These dogs are violent, dangerous and deadly! And should be illegal…PERIOD!

Dog Bite Statistics – According to the CDC, more than 4.7 million dog-bite incidents occur in the United States every year. Of those 4.7 million attacks, 800,000 of these Americans will seek medical attention — half of these are children — and 386,000 of these Americans will need emergency medical treatment.  

*Pit bulls are responsible for the most human deaths each year, followed by rottweilers and huskies. However, many dog bite cases don’t get reported. Half of all dog attacks involve children younger than 12 years of age. 70% of all dog attack fatalities involve children who are less than 10 years old. – See more at: http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/animal-bite-accident-statistics.html#sthash.9YhmKDYS.dpuf

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), more than 4.7 million dog-bite incidents occur in the United States every year.Of those 4.7 million attacks, 800,000 of these Americans will seek medical attention — half of these are children — and 386,000 of these Americans will need emergency medical treatment.

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00047723.htm

http://www.caninejournal.com/dog-bite-statistics/

In the 10-year period from 2005 to 2014, two dog breeds accounted for 74% of the attacks that resulted in death: pit bulls and rottweilers. In the first eight months of 2011, nearly half of the persons killed by a pit bull was the dog’s owner and primary caretaker.

70% of all dog attack fatalities involve children! Pitbull is the number 1 aggresser!

Dog Bite Injuries and Fatalities
in the United States

http://enhs.umn.edu/current/6120/bites/dogbiteinjuries.html

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Quick statistics ::

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This is a collection of dog bite statistics that are located on DogsBite.org or can reached by a web link. Notably, each year, an American has a one in 50 chance of being bitten by a dog.1

In the 10-year period from 2005 to 2014, two dog breeds accounted for 74% of the attacks that resulted in death: pit bulls and rottweilers.

2014 Dog Bite Fatalities by DogsBite.org, 2015

71% of the pit bull fatalities have occurred in the past 10 years; 42% in the past four years; 24% in the past two years.

30-Year Summary: Dog Attack Deaths and Maimings, U.S. & Canada September 1982 to December 26, 2011 by Merritt Clifton, Animal People, 2012

Over 700 U.S. cities have adopted breed-specific laws since the mid 1980s, just after pit bulls (fighting dogs) began leaking into the general population.

Estimated U.S. Cities, Counties and Military Facilities with Breed-Specific Laws by DogsBite.org, 2015

By 2017, pit bulls are projected to maul 305 Americans to death since 1998, the year the CDC stopped tracking fatal dog attacks by breed.

Fatalpitbullattacks.com, 2014, Nonprofits Urge CDC to Resume Tracking Richer Data Set for Children and Adults Disfigured, Maimed and Killed by Dogs, DogsBite.org, 2014

In the 10-year period from 2005 to 2014, pit bulls killed 203 Americans, about one citizen every 18 days.

2014 Dog Bite Fatalities by DogsBite.org, 2015

In 2014, loose dogs off their owner’s property inflicted 40% of all fatal attacks, a sharp rise from the last 10-year rate of 24% (2005 to 2014).

2014 Dog Bite Fatalities by DogsBite.org, 2015

In 2013, over one-third, 38%, of all dog bite fatality victims were either visiting or living temporarily with the dog’s owner when the fatal attack occurred.

2013 Dog Bite Fatalities by DogsBite.org, 2014

In 2012, more than 27,000 people underwent reconstructive surgery as a result of being bitten by dogs.

2012 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 2013

In the 3-year period of 2006 to 2008, 18% of all fatal dog attacks occurred off owner property. Pit bulls were responsible for 81% of these attacks.

Report: U.S. Dog Bite Fatalities January 2006 to December 2008 by DogsBite.org, 2010

In the first eight months of 2011, nearly half of the persons killed by a pit bull was the dog’s owner and primary caretaker.

2011 Dog Bite Fatalities by DogsBite.org, 2011

Over 40 countries across the world regulate dangerous dog breeds with breed-specific laws including: France, Norway, Spain, Portugal and Great Britain.

Estimated U.S. Cities, Counties and Military Facilities with Breed-Specific Laws by DogsBite.org, 2015

In 2011, adult victims of fatal pit bull attacks more than doubled the number of child victims.

2011 Dog Bite Fatalities by DogsBite.org, 2012

A study published in 2010 showed there were 4 times as many dog bite-related ED visits and 3 times as many hospital stays in rural areas than in urban areas.

Emergency Department Visits and Inpatient Stays Involving Dog Bites, 2008 by AHRQ, 2010

Pit bull terriers were selectively bred for a violent activity that is now a felony in all 50 U.S. states: dogfighting.

Dogfighting Fact Sheet by the Human Society of the United States

Over 290 U.S. military bases governed by the U.S. Air Force, Air Force Space Command, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps and Navy regulate dangerous dog breeds.

Estimated U.S. Cities, Counties and Military Facilities with Breed-Specific Laws by DogsBite.org, 2015

Dog attack victims suffer over $1 billion in monetary losses annually. JAMA reports this estimate to be as high as $2 billion.

Dog Bites Recognized as Public Health Problem by R. VoelkerJAMA, 1997

A 2010 study showed that the average cost of a dog bite-related hospital stay was $18,200, about 50% higher than the average injury-related hospital stay.

Emergency Department Visits and Inpatient Stays Involving Dog Bites, 2008 by AHRQ, 2010

Dog bites occur every 75 seconds in the United States. Each day, over 1,000 citizens need emergency medical care to treat these injuries.

Nonfatal Dog Bite-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments – United States, 2001 by the CDC, 2003

Dog bites are the fifth highest reason why children seek emergency room treatment due to activities they voluntarily engage in, such as playing sports.

Incidence of Dog Bite Injuries Treated in Emergency Departments (1992-1994) by H. Weiss, D. Friedman and J. CobenJAMA, 1998

  1. Nonfatal Dog Bite-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments – United States, 2001, by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), 2003; 52(26): 605-610.

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Illinois cities and counties with breed-specific laws – Banning, Restricting or declearing dangerous – pit bulls and rottweilers! – click here!  Learn more about breed-specific legislation in our BSL FAQ. Please report updates to this page here: ordinance@dogsbite.org.

2015 dog bite fatalities – Click Here!

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