National Pit Bull Victim Awareness advocates for more than 70 organizations and social media groups in the United States and Canada, including memorial and support pages for victims of pit bull attacks, breed-specific legislation, and non-profit organizations. View Partners and Friends.
Peer-reviewed medical journals have published more than 35 articles on the disproportionate damage of pit bull attacks. Doctors are now actively calling pit bulls a “public health crisis.”
What’s wrong with pit bulls?
But aren’t I helping if I adopt a pit bull?
Why are pit bulls so popular if they are dangerous?
What about adopting from shelters and rescue groups?
What makes pit bulls more dangerous than other dogs?
What does National Pit Bull Victim Awareness want?